Florida Criminal Caselaw Roundup with Attorney Jack Palmeri – May 31, 2019

Hernando County Courthouse

In this Florida Criminal Caselaw Roundup we’ll be discussing the latest developments in Florida criminal law, criminal appeals, and post-conviction relief.

Cases we’ll cover include writ of mandamus, preliminary hearing, adverse preliminary hearing, bail, pretrial release, Lewd and Lascivious Exhibition, resentencing, uncharged subsequent conduct, Florida Statutes § 934.215, Florida Statutes § 847.0138(2), Unlawfully Using a Two-Way Communications Device, Transmitting Material Harmful to Minors Via Electronic Mail, Double Jeopardy, motion to correct sentencing error, prior convictions, Sentencing Scoresheet, Rule 3.800, Burglary, Battery, First Degree Felony, Williams Rule Evidence, Third Party Culpability, identification defense, robbery, armed robbery, surveillance video, Certificate of Appealability, 28 U.S.C. § 2254, untimely, statute of limitations, judgment of conviction, First degree murder, prior act of violence, harmless error, self defense, domestic battery by strangulation, community control, driving with permanently revoked license, criminal jury instructions, temporary lawful possession, and more.

The Florida Criminal Caselaw Roundup is a blog and video podcast by criminal defense, criminal appeal and post-conviction attorney Jack Palmeri, summarizing the latest developments in criminal law, criminal appeals, and post-conviction relief in the State of Florida. Our sponsoring attorney will digest the latest reversed convictions throughout the Florida Supreme Court and the Florida District Courts of Appeal,

This is a FREE service designed to give you the cutting edge of developments in Florida criminal law, appeals, and post-conviction relief.

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