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State of Emergency and Concealed Carry

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 6, 2016

Hurricane Party SignI’m sitting here in my office waiting for Hurricane Matthew to make a decision as to where in Florida it is going to hit or I suppose if it will head east and never make landfall here. As I’m sure…Read More

Scholarship Winner Essay by Emily Kenney

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 28, 2016

The War on Drugs

My name is Emily Kenney and I am a future paralegal. I am applying for this scholarship for the relief that it will provide for the cost of higher education, but because the topic of drugs and the criminal justice system is fascinatingly frustrating. I graduated high…Read More

Scholarship Winner Essay by Tristin Brown

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 28, 2016


I’m Tristin Brown and it has always been my dream to attend Georgetown University Law Center. On many occasions, I doubted that I would see that dream come into fruition. And, now that I’m at the very moment that I’ve dreamt of for so long, I’m burdened with the thought of taking…Read More

2015 Moses & Rooth Writing Contest

Written by Moses & Rooth on February 4, 2016

Writing contest winner announced!

The attorneys at Moses & Rooth, Attorneys at Law congratulate Bridget Sullivan as the winner of our 2015 writing contest. Bridget is a Senior at East River High School in Orlando and plans to attend college in August. Her essay is titled, “The Magic of Disney”.

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Florida Man Accused of Fleeing Police

Written by Moses & Rooth on February 1, 2016

Police report a man was arrested after attempting to hit an officer during a traffic stop and leading police on a high speed chase before crashing into a parked car. Police report that the accused was stopped on January 12th. Police also allege that when a police officer approached…Read More

A Florida High Speed Boat Chase Ends on Christmas Eve

Written by Moses & Rooth on January 12, 2016

Three suspects were in custody on Christmas Eve after a high-speed boat chase that ended 70 miles from northwest Cuba. The chase lasted nearly 24 hours before authorities apprehended the suspects. The suspects stole a 33-foot boat, with 300-horsepower engines from Fort Myers Beach. Those large engines allowed the…Read More

The Consequences of Fees for Pleas

Written by Moses & Rooth on December 7, 2015

A public defender in Florida has criticized the plea deal system used by the prosecutor’s office alleging that plea deals have been utilized to advance the office’s monetary goals. The major issue with this is that such costly plea deals lead to unequal treatment…Read More