Now that SabreTech has been convicted of federal charges in the 1996 crash of ValuJet Flight 592 into the Everglades, Miami-Dade prosecutors are pressing ahead with 220 murder and manslaughter charges against the company.

SabreTech, which ceased operating after the crash, must go on trial in Miami-Dade Circuit Court to face two homicide charges for each of the 110 people who perished aboard the flight.

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