With so many options available to customize an M4 or AR 15 from mounts on rail systems, interchangeable uppers and lowers the modern assault rifle is being dubbed by many as the male Barbie doll. Only this Barbie doll looks menacing. And that’s why gun enthusiasts like it. (more challenges to the ar-15 assault rifle … Read more Assault Rifles: Look Menacing or Menace to Society?
The recent Markeis Mcglocklon arrest is the latest long-line of controversial cases involving deadly force which is claimed to have been used in self-defense. Criminal law used to require a person to retreat from a threat The use of deadly force to defend oneself has always existed, however, under common law, the defender first had … Read more Florida’s standard ground law still confusing in light of Markieis Mcglocklon case
Few offenses if any are viewed with more distain by the American people than those involving sex crimes. Problems faced by cruel defense attorneys are compounded when the victim in such a case is a minor. Statistical analysis of cases involving sexual battery on a minor in the state of Florida revealed that jurors are … Read more Juror Bias in Sex Cases
Recently the Broward County Sun-Sentinel reported on a case involving a robbery alleged to have taken place in Fort Lauderdale Florida. According to the victims, the assailant was armed with a handgun, which was pointed directly at her head. See Sun-Sentinel Article: Armed robber fired empty gun at intended victims According to police, the assailant … Read more Committing a Crime with an Unloaded Firearm
In this State of Arrest Podcast: A client comes into your criminal defense firm after having been arrested for low-level offense. You see that they have been roughed up by the marks on their face to which they explain that they were physically assaulted during the course of their arrest. Why is it that you … Read more ADDING CHARGES OF BATTERY ON A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER IN ORDER TO JUSTIFY POLICE BRUTALITY