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Todd Bass

Chief, Juvenile Division

Katherine Fernandez Rundle

Direct Phone: (305) ***-****direct phone

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Katherine Fernandez Rundle

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Since March 12, 1993, Katherine Fernandez Rundle has served Miami-Dade County as State Attorney. Prior to that, she dedicated 15 years as an Assistant State Attorney. When she later served as Chief Assistant, she acted as legal counsel to the Dade County Gra... more.

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Todd Bass, chief of the Juvenile Division for Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney


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The panelists include Carlos J. Martinez, Miami-Dade Public Defender for the 11th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, Todd Bass, chief of the Juvenile Division for Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney; Cathy Burgos, division director of operations for Miami-Dade County Juvenile Services; Ingrid M Delgado, associate for Social Concerns/Respect Life Florida Catholic Conference; Dale Recinella, Catholic chaplain for Florida's Death Row; Susan Recinella, Catholic lay minister to families of the executed; and George F. Kain, police commissioner and professor of Justice and Law Administration at Western CT State University.


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Consider the improved fortune of Todd Bass, an assistant state attorney in Miami.
Through a careful regimen of diet and exercise, Bass has minimized the threat and costs of diabetes. He does not spend money on insulin medication or related bills. He literally runs away from those costs by putting on his running shoes. A few years ago, Bass was diagnosed with high sugar blood levels, with an early warning about the onset of diabetes. His doctor gave him the option of avoiding escalating health problems and costs through exercise and a shift away from a high-carb, high-sugar diet. Bass, then an occasional jogger, made the change and became a serious runner. With increased mileage, he became a marathon runner and now earns thousands of dollars in extra annual income by coaching other runners for various events in Hawaii and other parts of the country. Likewise, Nathan, a family friend, no longer needs expensive medicines for diabetes and high cholesterol thanks to a major weight loss program, a new diet and regular workouts. He now takes vitamins rather than a large battery of pills. His fitness schedule includes regular sessions with a professional trainer.


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