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Criminal Record Expungements: More Good Stuff

In the realm of law, in between the nether world and the iclouds, there is a place where things sometimes seem pretty darn good. Doesn’t mean it is! Or forever will be – but, for now, good. This This is…

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Double-Jeopardy Issues with Suspended License Cases

Just a quick post on double-jeopardy issues with suspended license cases Early on, prior to the Blockberger case, a person could be found guilty of Driving While License Suspended [DWLS] and No Valid Drivers License [NVDL]. Lanier v. State, 226 So.2d…

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Fellow Officer Rule – Not a Rule of Evidence

I’m way behind, I know.  We just moved our office and just getting settled and, thank God, we have been busy.  I wanted to highlight the case below because it addresses the fellow officer rule and the establishment of probable…

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Evidence from Recorded Communications by 911 Operator

This is an interesting case regarding wireless communication interception by a 911 operator.  The case deals with chapter 934 which should be required reading for all graduating high school students and anyone getting married (not to mention lawyers).  It seems…

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