Latest News in Florida Criminal Law with Attorney Jack Palmeri – November, 2023

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Cases we’ll cover include motion to dismiss, self-defense, certiorari, untimely motion self-defense immunity, Florida Statutes § 776.032, Field Sobriety Exercises, reasonable suspicion, DUI, Driving Under the Influence, suppression, Patient Brokering Act, Reckless Driving, insufficient evidence, judgment of acquittal, downward departure sentence, juvenile, life without the possibility of parole, First Degree Murder, Felony Murder, carjacking, and more.

New Jersey Criminal Caselaw Roundup – September 29, 2023

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Steven J. Gaitman, Esq. Steven J. Gaitman, a former New York public defender with 25 years of experience in criminal law, is a partner at Gaitman & Russo, LLP.  Mr. Gaitman is licensed in New York, New Jersey and Federal courts.  The firm focuses its practice in Federal and State criminal defense, criminal appeals, and […]

New York Criminal Caselaw Roundup by Criminal Defense and Appellate Attorney Jason Russo – May 10, 2019

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Cases we’ll cover include Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, depraved indifference murder, felony murder, felony assault, attempted robbery, and two counts of weapon possession, illegal stop, illegal seizure, suppression, Fourth Amendment, effective assistance of counsel, ineffective assistance of counsel, Sixth Amendment, conflict of interest, Robbery in the First Degree, right to a fair trial, cooperation agreement, Assault in the Second Degree, jury instructions, written jury instructions, Indictment, dismissal, Reckless Endangerment in the First Degree, Murder in the Second Degree, Manslaughter in the Second Degree, Operating a Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Drugs, Vehicular Manslaughter in the Second Degree, exculpatory evidence, Grand Jury, Burglary in the Second Degree, Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree, Sandoval ruling, Supervised Release, child pornography, ACCA, violent felony, and more

Florida Criminal Caselaw Roundup with Attorney Jack Palmeri – March 22, 2019

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Florida Criminal Caselaw Roundup with Attorney Jack Palmeri – March 22, 2019

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 3.850 motion, criminal habeas petition, 3.800 motion, ineffective assistance of counsel, suppression, probation, Fourth Amendment, violation of probation, notice of appeal, summary denial of Rule 3.850 motion, evidentiary hearing, sexual assault, Grand Theft Auto, Fraudulent Use of Personal Information, Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, Robbery with a Deadly Weapon, Felony Murder, Habitual Offender, life without parole, Batson challenge, Battery on a Law Enforcement Office, Resisting an Officer with Violence, Simple Battery, self-defense, Second Degree Murder, murder in the second degree, Unlawful Use of a False Name, Resisting Without Violence, juvenile delinquency, 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,

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