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Mexican Bank sues in Miami court for frozen U.S. assets
A major Mexican financial institution is suing the U.S. attorney's office in alleging the government seized $11 million in accounts in Miami and London without cause or going through the proper procedure... » Read more
Panama's Noriega set to be released
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega, imprisoned in South Miami-Dade on drug-trafficking and racketeering convictions since 1990, will be released on Sept. 9 -- due in part to good behavior and other credits... » Read more
"Judge orders acquittal in Exodus trial"
A federal judge has ruled that agents of the U.S. Customs' Operation Exodus entrapped, arrested and brought to trial a highly regarded Egyptian Air Force general without evidence a crime had been committed... » Read more
"Well-traveled Miamian joins Libyan agents' defense"
Until now, Gen. Manuel Noriega was Frank A Rubino's most visible and most controversial client. But if the deposed Panamanian leader was a leading symbol of notoriety in the '90s, Rubino's latest foray in the field of international criminal law might soon eclipse the attention accorded Noriega, who is in the Miami-Dade federal prison serving 40 years as a convicted drug racketeer... » Read more
"Cocaine trial draws Noriega attorney"
Miamian with a face-lift faces charges of providing drugs to Mobile distributors. A Miami man, who government prosecutors claim got a face lift to change his appearance, is on trial in Mobile U. S. District Court, accused in a 132-pound cocaine conspiracy... » Read more
CNN: "Judge likely to drop terror case"
Frank A. Rubino, Esq. makes a guest appearance on CNN regarding the case against Zacarias Moussaoui, the only suspect in the U.S. accused of being part of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001... » Read more
Joseph Michel Francois
Attorney Rubino was a member of the team that defended Joseph Michel Francois, once a de facto leader of Haiti, against charges of smuggling heroin and cocaine into the US.
Abdelbasset Al-Megrahi: "Lockerbie bomber's appear date set"
Frank Rubino defended Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi - "the Lockerbie bomber" who was convicted of murder for the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 - in appellate court.