All posts in 'Criminal Defense'

10May, 13

A former client called me late last Wednesday night, seeking advice. Her son’s former wife had disappeared with their child, and four private investigators had tried to find her without success. Could you please help me, she asked. Of course, I told her. I only work with the best. Within minutes, I was on the ... more

20Oct, 11

Patient medical records are protected against Governmental Snooping under Florida’s constitutional right to privacy. Article I, section 23, declares, Every natural person has the right to be let alone and free from governmental intrusion into the person’s private life except as otherwise provided herein. This section shall not be construed to limit the public’s right ... more

10Jul, 11

When I was young, cheaters in baseball were rare. Sure, there was a Gaylord Perry and his greaseball.  Perry, a truly exceptional pitcher, won over 300 games in the 60’s, 70’s and early 80’s, with the help of a little Vaseline. “Gaylord is a very honorable man,” Cleveland Indians president Gabe Paul once said.  “He ... more

8Jul, 11

I was pushed for time today, so I swung into a burger joint for a quick lunch. Seated in the lobby were two men, at different tables, loudly complaining about the Casey Anthony verdict. One was absolutely irate. “That’s what’s wrong with the Court System in this County,” he ranted. “You’re innocent until proven guilty! ... more

30Jun, 11

For the most part, people call me for help after they have already been arrested. One of my first tasks is learning what the police know about my client and his or her case. A good starting point is often to ask, “Well, what did you tell them?” The answer to this question is often ... more

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