Attorney Gabriel Martin, who ran unsuccessfully for Miami-Dade public defender promising to clean up the office, has been suspended from practicing law after his firm was caught up in a federal real estate fraud investigation.
Two years ago, Martin was an up-and-coming Miami attorney whose Republican candidacy for public defender was endorsed by Gov. Jeb Bush.
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