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Archives for: October 28th, 2012

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

Orange County Juveniles get a free pass

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 8, 2012

The Orange County State Attorneys office has finally implemented a juvenile program run by the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) allowing first time misdemeanor offenders an opportunity to avoid a criminal record.  Since July of 2011, over 5000 juveniles have entered into the DJJ civil citation program across the state of Florida. …Read More

GPS Trackers are everywhere!

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 4, 2012

Ever since GPS trackers entered the retail market, law enforcement has been searching for ways to maneuver it into their criminal and drug crimes investigation arsenal. Over the years, I have had several clients inform me that they have found…Read More

Think Your Locked IPhone is Safe? Guess Again.

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 4, 2012

Police are obtaining court orders requiring Apple and Google to help bypass security passwords to enable them access to a person’s cell phone.  According to CNET police officers are using fill-in-the-blanks court orders for judge’s to sign to obtain access to a person’s cell phone.

This practice is disturbing on…Read More

Jury Instructions Catch Up to the 21st Century

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 27, 2010

Juries are expected to make their decisions based upon the evidence presented in court.  They are to listen to all sides of an issues, and discuss their thoughts and concerns with other jurors at the end of the trial.  The problem is, courts were finding that juror were too conected…Read More

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