Thanks to FACDL Members Mitch Stone, Lee Lockett, and Michael Ufferman the Jacksonville attorney who was sentenced to six years in prison on 101 charges stemming from an investigation into dozens of Internet cafes around the state, maintains his innocence.
In October, Bennett J. Baur, New Mexico’s chief public defender, ordered his lawyers here, who on average were representing 200 defendants each, to stop taking any new cases.
As FACDL finalizes the plans for Death is Different in March, this article provides an example of the struggle defense attorneys endure
The Florida Constitution Revision Commission is currently seeking applicants for appointment.
Effective January 1, 2017, the Florida Bar will require each member to receive CLE credit hours in approved technology programs.