Media Coverage

Kessler Law Firm Media Coverage

Attorney Kessler’s DUI cases and expertise have been covered by numerous TV, radio and news media.

Here are just a few examples of the attention he has received:

St. Lucie commissioner Dzadovsky Will Not Have a Record

Dzadovsky will not be sentenced or have a conviction on his record because Judge Phil Yacucci withheld adjudication. Dzadovsky will not seek to have his record sealed, according to his attorney, Mike Kessler.

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News Articles on the Miguel Cabrera Case

Cabrera’s DUI trial is to start Nov. 30 in Fort Pierce

DUI expert: Cabrera shouldn’t do time

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St. Lucie judge throws out evidence in Molly Hatchet guitarist’s DUI case

from TC Palm News, 5/11/11

New trial granted to Port St. Lucie man who as teen accidentally killed friend with stolen gun

Attorney Kessler proves that he will fight for your rights with everything that it takes. After being denied a motion that could have brought a lesser sentence upon a young man, Michael Kessler was able to have the motion overturned by the appeals court.

Magazine names Kessler a top Florida lawyer

For the fourth year in a row, Super Lawyers Magazine has named Michael Kessler one of Florida’s top attorneys.

Michael Kessler: Rethink life without parole for juvenile offenders

A straight-to-the-point, fact-based article that explains why life without parole should not be a sentence for juveniles.

Michael Kessler: Sacred cows make the best burgers: We taxpayers can no longer afford the death penalty

Capital punishment is not only murder by definition; it also costs taxpayers millions of dollars a year. In this article, criminal defense attorney Michael Kessler gives his opinion on the death penalty.

Father in Fort Pierce cleared of causing son’s injuries

In 2007, criminal defense lawyer Michael Kessler was able to prove that his client’s son had “brittle bone syndrome.” This, in turn, provided evidence of how the child sustained the injuries. The client was cleared of the pending abuse charges.

St. Lucie jury to visit hit-and-run crime scene

Michael Kessler defends a client accused of being drunk in the commission of a hit-and-run offense.

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