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  • Utah v. Strieff: The Supreme Court's Recent Decision May Incentivize Illegal Traffic Stops
    Utah v. Strieff: The Supreme Court's Recent Decision May Incentivize Illegal Traffic Stops

    In a recent post we discussed when a police officer may stop you on the street and how long he may question you during that stop. According the 4th Amendment, enacted as part of the Bill of Rights, a ...

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  • Why Aren't More Cops Charged for Murder in South Florida?
    Why Aren't More Cops Charged for Murder in South Florida?

    Introduction A Palm Beach County law enforcement officer finds himself charged with manslaughter and attempted murder – the first time a Palm Beach County officer has faced any such criminal charges ...

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  • When Can Officers Stop You on the Street?
    When Can Officers Stop You on the Street?

    In what appears to be a case involving a questionable stop by law enforcement officers, a man in Fort Myers, Florida was recently stopped and issued a ticket for allegedly “walking in the street when ...

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  • What are My Rights if the Police Use Excessive Force?
    What are My Rights if the Police Use Excessive Force?

    In today’s society police tactics and behavior are coming under scrutiny more than ever. Law enforcement officers who use excessive force against a suspect are finding their names and actions exposed ...

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  • When Your Judge Behaves Badly
    When Your Judge Behaves Badly

    Miami-Dade-area judge Jacqueline Schwartz was recently admonished by the Florida Supreme Court after having found to have used “profane language” with a store owner during Judge Schwartz’s primary ...

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  • Juror Misconduct at Your Trial
    Juror Misconduct at Your Trial

    Jurors are ordinary people called upon by their communities to render an important and valuable service. When a person is seated as a juror, he or she has an obligation to set aside the affairs of his ...

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