Over 100 Not Guilty Verdicts At Trial | Over 2,000 Dismissals

* Statistics Verified by County Clerk of Court Documents

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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Florida Criminal Hazing Accusations

April 25, 2017 College Student Disciplinary Hearing College Hazing

Florida Criminal Hazing Accusations

Hazing under Fla. Stat. § 1006.63 At many colleges, universities, and post-secondary institutions, hazing is a rite of passage that allows one to cross over into membership in the “Greek” community.  “Greek” refers to the various fraternities and sororities designated by Greek letters that promote camaraderie and philanthropic activity among students and alumni.  Although hazing may be a tradition for …

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The Role of Anticipation in the Courtroom

April 6, 2017 Criminal Defense

The Role of Anticipation in the Courtroom

If you could somehow read the mind of opposing counsel and anticipate their every argument, would you? On some level, you may be privy to the opposition’s case through their brief and/or disclosure of evidence, but being able to predict what they will say is impossible, or is it? In sport, an athlete’s ability to predict their opponent’s next move …

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