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3 Things You Need to Know About Domestic Violence Charges

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            As a criminal defense attorney with more than 20 years experience, I have helped many clients with charges of domestic violence, also known as domestic battery. The three most important ...

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Florida Death Row Inmate Has Sentence Overturned After 28 Years in Prison

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        Sentence Overturned for Florida Death Row Inmate On June 27, the Florida Supreme Court vacated a conviction and death sentence of Mr. Paul Hildwin due to newly discovered evidence.  New DNA ...

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Can You Hear Me From Here? Landmark Supreme Court Decisions on Privacy

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          The United States Supreme Court has now ruled in U.S. v. Wurie, and a companion case, Riley v. California (both which were decided last week) that there is an expectation of privacy in the ...

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Cell phone privacy

Three Things You Need to Know About Cell Phone Privacy

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Recently, I wrote about why it is often wise to invoke your right to remain silent. That is because any information you provide – even as a witness — can later be used against you in court. Similarly, your cell phone ...

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This Week in History: Famous Criminals & Judges

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                    On June 8, 1917, Byron Raymond (“Whizzer”) White was born — the only NFL player to serve as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. On June 9, ...

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How You Can Get Rid of Your Criminal Record

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        How You Can Get Rid of Your Criminal Record With a criminal record, many opportunities that may otherwise be open to someone with your knowledge, skills, and talents may not be possible.  In this ...

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This Week in 2010: Florida v. Graham

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  On May 13, 1963, Brady v. Maryland, was issued by the U.S. Supreme Court. Suppression of exculpatory evidence by the Prosecution violates the Due Process Clause. On May 13, 1985, a police raid in Philadelphia, ...

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3 Reasons Your Child Needs an Attorney Present When Talking to Police

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Children and juveniles can be placed in a vulnerable position when questioned by law enforcement officers.  Before you permit your child to be questioned by law enforcement officers, please consider the following, based on ...

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When to talk to the police.

Should I Talk to the Police?

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In this post, West Palm Beach criminal defense attorney Kelly V. Landers discussed three client examples to help the reader understand the wisest course of action when talking with law enforcement officers. Most attorneys ...

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Silence is golden.

Three Reasons to Use Your Right to Remain Silent

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Whether you are a witness or are suspected of a crime, always exercise caution when speaking to the police.  Following are three reasons to use your right to remain silent. 1.  Words are often misunderstood.  Have you ever ...

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