Report on Taser use by the Department of Justice

Criminal defense lawyer Fort Lauderdale

United States Department of Justice has recently reported on the use of Taser equipment by police officers in the United States. Most of the findings in this report were based on the reports of law enforcement agencies, which included both Broward County and Miami-Dade County departments. The report indicated that injuries to citizens as opposed … Read moreReport on Taser use by the Department of Justice

What Ever Happened with Shooting Allegations Against Reality Star Andrea Penoyer Tianga?

What Ever Happened with Shooting Allegations Against Reality Star Andrea Penoyer Tianga?

Question to William Moore Criminal Defense Attorneys: What ever happened with the police officer from Police Women of Broward County following her shooting of the guy who was asleep in his car? Answer by Fort Lauderdale Criminal Lawyer William R. Moore: The Huffington Post reported back in April of 2012 that Brandon Johnson, had accused Broward … Read moreWhat Ever Happened with Shooting Allegations Against Reality Star Andrea Penoyer Tianga?

Vague Laws that Criminalize Lawful Activity

Deterring criminal activity –  William Moore

South Florida Criminal Defense Attorney William Moore explains how bad or vague laws are enacted and how our protection against being prosecuted for otherwise legal activity may not be an attractive option. Effect of Police State is also discussed.

Politically charged or a gateway crime is one that has the effect of either eroding our constitutional rights or alternatively grants unbridled policing power to the government. William Moore an attorney in Broward County Florida cautions against relying on the United States Constitution to protect us from criminal statutes that are clearly vague.

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Why do criminal lawyers advise against talking to police?

As a rule, criminal lawyers insist that their clients refuse discussing anything with detectives investigating a crime.

Criminal Lawyers Never Advise Clients to Speak with Police About a Criminal Investigation

Often it is not made clear to an individual that they are a suspect in a criminal investigation. Furthermore, the likelihood that something may be taken out of context is prevalent during the interviewing of an unrepresented witness or suspect. Criminal defense attorneys can quickly learn the status of their client before any questioning is undertaken by way of demanding immunity for the individual that they represent prior to questioning.

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