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Glasgow, KY

Mark Ward Kia - Whats your Favorite Kia?

Just saw the website for the dealership at: http://markwardkia .com  (Mar 20, 2013 | post #2)

Hiseville, KY

Mark Ward Kia - Whats your Favorite Kia?

Sorento seems to be winning as of right now.  (Mar 20, 2013 | post #1)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Gary Ostrow attorney Fort Lauderdale - Ricky Faces Big Fine

Miami Herald May 15, 2004 Source: Running back Ricky Williams has appealed a second positive test for marijuana and is awaiting an arbitrator's decision that could bring a $650,000 penalty. By Jason Cole [email protected] Dolphins running back Ricky Williams is appealing a second violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy -- for alleged marijuana use -- and could be fined $650,000, according to a soruce with knowledge of the situation. Williams tested positive for marijuana use for the second time since joining the Dolphins in March 2002, the source said. The second positive test came late last season. "I don't want to comment on this -- I'll deal with this on tuesday, " Williams said when reached on his cellphone. Williams will attend the Dolphins' second quarterback school of the offeseason Tuesday through Thursday at the team's practice facility in Davie. He is allowed to participate in team activities even if he is fined. Fort Lauderdale attorney Gary Ostrow, who is representing Williams, could not be reached for comment. Like Willimas, Anderson appealed based on the fact he barely was above the NFL limit. Anderson attorney even argued that the NFL's threshold was lower than the one in Colorado, meaning Anderson wouldn't have been subject to penatly from that state. Even so, Andersn's appeal was denied and he served the four- game suspension. The Dolphins had no comment on the report. "We can't comment on any player because of the confidential nature of the prgram, unless league announces a suspension," team spokesman Harvey Greene said. According to the source close to the situation, Williams told Dolphins executive vice president Wiedmeier about the possible violation of the league policy. Wiedmeier could not be reached for comment.  (Dec 26, 2012 | post #1)

Miami, FL

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Suspect Accused of Supplying girlk, 13, with heroin, which prosecutors say helped kill her. By Paula McMahon Staff Writer In an uncommon decision Wednesday, a Broward Cicrcuit judge agreed to set bail for a Davie man charged with first degree murder in the death of a 13 year old girl whom he is accused of supplying with heroin. Saying the prosectuon had not met the legal burden of proof to justify holding Jose Enrique Melendez without bail, Judge Ilone M. Holmes set bond at $15,000. Melendez, 25, is charged with causing the Feb. 19 death of Sherr Maresco of Miramar under a legal theory taht he sold her the durgs that killed her., He also is being held on a seperate $7,500 bond on a charge of aggravated child abuse for allegedly selling heroin to her. The judge announced her decision after an Oct. 12 hearing in which she heard testimony that she said showied the weakness of the case against Melendez. Prosecutors have to show there is "proof evident" of the crime charged or a "great presumption:of guilt to hold without bond a person who has strong ties to the community...  (Dec 24, 2012 | post #1)

Columbus, OH

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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL–(Marketwire – Dec 21, 2012) – Criminal Defense Attorney Gary Ostrow has recently announced his intention to take on all celebrity criminal cases in the state of Florida, effective immediately. Recognizing that star-studded actors and athletes often face an unfair bias in the courtroom, Ostrow a Fort Lauderdale, Florida lawyer seeks to acquit any and all celebrities wrongfully charged of serious crimes. Ostrow already has an impressive track record of defending well-known celebrity figures. In 2004, he defended the Miami Dolphins star running back Ricky Williams against substance-abuse. That same year he cleared top tennis player Greg Rusedski of unjustified doping charges.  (Dec 21, 2012 | post #1)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Israeli troops begin Gaza pullout as Hamas declares cease...

This is an old article and news story.  (Dec 19, 2012 | post #66681)

Miramar, FL

IIT buys large Miramar business park facility

Very interesting purchase right before the end of 2012 for Industrial Income Trust out on Miramar parkway. Best of luck to you with your new property. -Gary Stephen Ostrow  (Dec 19, 2012 | post #1)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Arbitrator to rule on Williams' case ...reported that documents have been filed by Ostrow on Williams' behalf. The post reported that Williams barely broke the threshold for what is considered a positive result by the NFL. Williams scored a 15 on the league's testing scale - the NFL's lowest posiitve score, the source said. Another sample from Williams the same day came back at 14, which is permissible -- unless the previous test was positive. Verdit Due Soon Because of that, the source told the Herald, Williams and Ostrow are confident Williams could escape the fine and a second vilation of the league's policy. Ostrow filed the final paperwork on the appeal Thursday, and Williams is expected to hear a verdict within a week. The appeal is decided by an independent arbitrator, the source said. In addition to escaping the fine, Williams would also be out of the NFL drug testing program completely because he would be considered clean for two years. Williams was in New York on April 16 with Gary Ostrow to discuss the fine with the NFL. He was given the option of paying the fine at the time and getting out of the program., but he decided to continue to appeal. Williams was asked in April by the Herald about a possible violation of the NFL substrance abuse policy but denied there was any problem with the league. "There's nothing to it. The rumor is not true," Williams said at the time. http://www.topix.c om/member/profile/ garyostrow  (Dec 19, 2012 | post #1)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

South Florida tourism officials divided over 2016 Super B...

Why get away from tradition? hold it on the usual super bowl sunday.  (Dec 19, 2012 | post #1)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Gary Ostrow Attorney Fort Lauderdale - Charges are droppe...

Prosecutors on Monday dropped murder and child abuse charges against a Davie man who was accused of supplying heroin to 13 year old Sherry Maresco shortly before her death in February 2001. Faced with a weak case and the unrelated murder of a key witness, prosecutor Howard Scheinberg said he had todrop the charges against Jose Enrique Melendez, 26. Melendez who had been freed on bail in October, when the first cracks in the case began to appear, threw his head back in relief when he heard the news in court. "Go in peace. Have a good life." Broward Circuit judge Ilona M. Holmes told Melendez after approving the prosecutors decision. "I'm sorry for what happened to Maresco. but I never had anything to do with it." Melendez said outside court as he hugged his mother, Sonia and his attorneys Gary Ostrow and A.J. Amoroso. The case against Melendez began to unravel when the assistant medical examiner who did the autoposy..... Read more about Gary Ostrows defense cases http://www.topix.c om/member/profile/ garyostrow  (Dec 19, 2012 | post #1)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Gary Ostrow - Model Testifies at Club owner's Trial

Nikkie Taylor, the lanky, blond supermodel from Broward County, took the witness stand Monday to testify in a negligence lawsuit filed by a former Mr. Universe bodybuilder against her ex-boyfriend, Liquid club owner Chris Paciello. Taylor said Paciello tol dher that he hit the bodybuilder, Michael Quinn, when Quinn visited his South Beach nighclub on June 25, 1996. "He hit [Quinn] over the head with a bottle because he was being rude to his girlfriend". Taylor testified. Taylor was not present at the club during the altercation. She said Paciello later showed her a picture taken of Quinn after the club owner hit him with the bottle and tld her, "This guy might sue me". Taylor also testified that Quinn never struck back at Paciello. Attorneys for Quinn -- who says he suffers headaches as a result of the blow that are hampering his comeback as a professional bodybuilder - said Taylor's testimony gave an unexpected boost to the case against Paciello. "She was our best witness" said Gary Ostrow, one of Quinn's attorneys. Ostrow said Paciello called Taylor into his office, flashed her a police photograph of Quinn, his face baqttered and boasted about taking out the 280 pound bodybuilder. Find the latest legal news stories at: m/AttorneyGOstrow  (Dec 19, 2012 | post #1)

Fort Lauderdale, FL

One teen killed, one hurt in Lauderdale Lakes shooting

A tragedy indeed. Condolonces to the Mitchell family and their loved ones.  (Dec 19, 2012 | post #1)