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Category: Criminal Justice

Civil citations may provide model for criminal justice approach

Written by Moses & Rooth on November 25, 2012

A community in Florida has recently announced a measure which may serve as a model for other Florida jurisdictions. For nearly 20 years, the community has been issuing civil citations for non-violent juveniles who have committed offenses ordinarily addressed by the criminal justice system. In a game-changing move, the community…Read More

Can sex crimes trials be closed to the public and at what cost?

Written by Moses & Rooth on November 20, 2012

The Florida Supreme Court recently held that some criminal trials may be partially closed to the public, but the justices were split on their reasoning for this decision. Press and general public access to criminal proceedings help to ensure that defendants are granted fair trials. However, the court has held…Read More

Story highlights devastation caused by wrongful conviction

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 28, 2012

The criminal justice system is far from perfect. As a result, even when an innocent individual has mounted a convincing criminal defense, he or she still may be convicted. Thankfully, advances in DNA evidentiary analysis has made it possible for roughly 300 innocent individuals to be exonerated of their…Read More

Florida’s wrongful conviction law’s unjust loophole

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 19, 2012

Four years ago, the Florida legislature passed a law designed to help those who had been wrongfully convicted of criminal charges. Though attorneys skilled in criminal defense law can often prevent wrongful convictions, the system is not perfect. The wrongful conviction compensation law was designed to right these wrongs…Read More

Zimmerman Was Unaware of Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 3, 2012

Neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman made headlines after being involved in an altercation that left 17-year-old Trayvon Martin dead. The incident brought many issues to the forefront of our nation’s collective conscience, race relations, racial profiling and self defense – specifically Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law.

Since the incident, Zimmerman has…Read More

Eyewitness Stories Change in Trayvon Martin Case

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 15, 2012

In a criminal trial, eyewitnesses can play a major role in whether the prosecution will obtain a conviction. Eyewitnesses, however, can sometimes prove to be unreliable, as shown by the recent Trayvon Martin case in Florida.

When witnesses give inconsistent testimony, criminal defense for the accused can use these inconsistencies…Read More

The Race is on…

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 9, 2012

Interesting day in 9th Circuit.  Today sitting State Attorney Lawson Lamar defended his record as the circuit’s top prosecutor against rivals Ryan Williams and Jeff Ashton. Also in attendance was Joerg Jaeger.

I say “also in attendance” was Joerg Jaeger as it is clear that his sole role in this election is…Read More

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