Florida Criminal Defense and DUI Defense Blog

13Aug, 14

Stephen Jones is the current dean of the National College DUI Defense. He also serves as chairperson of the curriculum committee. About a year ago, Jones invited me to lecture at the 2015 winter session in Orlando, and I accepted his invitation. We agreed that my presentation would be on ethics. Frankly, I was surprised ... more

21Feb, 14

Getting to Not Guilty Despite Two Detectives’ Claims Convicted sex offenders living in Florida are required to register and provide their residence address with their local sheriff’s office. Florida law requires the probation department to confirm periodically that the address for those offenders who are on probation are both current and accurate. Conversely, sheriff’s departments ... more

18Feb, 14

A few weeks ago, a friend and colleague who lives and works in rural Oklahoma reached out to me for help. It seems a friend of his had been arrested at the Jacksonville airport by employees of TSA. Not for smuggling contraband. Not for terrorism. For battery. On a TSA employee. It seems my colleague’s ... more

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

25Feb, 13

I was delighted to be a Featured Instructor at the Criminal Defense seminar in Miami presented by International Legal and Forensic Science Services (ILFSS) on February 18. I led off the seminar with a session on Pre-Trial Strategies and Tactics, and joined in on the Trial Panels teaching Cross-Examination and Closing Arguments. A special thanks ... more

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