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      DUI “Counterattack School” Class Information

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      DUI “COUNTERATTACK SCHOOL” CLASS INFORMATION All those convicted of a DUI must enroll and complete a DUI Counterattack course (also known as DUI School or DUI Counter attack school).  Many of my clients are curious about what the DUI class entails.  The following information is typed almost verbatim from a 3 page DUI Counterattack School…

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      Why Civil Rights Are Important

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      The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Foster v. Chatman, a death penalty case where prosecutors excluded every African-American from the jury pool based upon bogus pretexts. The prosecutors even circled the race of the African-American jurors and highlighted the African-Americans as “definite NOs.”  The prosecution excluded one African-American woman because her age was…

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      New Cybersecurity Bill Passed by Senate Creates Privacy Concerns

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      A new bill called the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) was passed by the Senate on Tuesday. Its main goal is to stop hackers by getting companies to share information with the federal government about any cyber attacks they face. Basically, CISA works by works by letting companies share “cyber threat indicators” with the Department…

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      Florida’s Harsh 10-20-Life Law on the Road to Reform

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      Florida’s harsh 10-20-Life mandatory minimum sentencing law is on a long road to reform, but small steps are being taken to give judges more authority in certain cases. The 10-20-Life law strictly punishes anyone who is in possession of or actually uses a firearm while committing a crime by imposing a mandatory minimum sentence of…

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      Supreme Court Case Could Result in Change in Florida’s Death-Penalty Laws

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      Florida, Delaware and Alabama are the only states that do not require a unanimous jury decision when sentencing someone to death.  A U.S. Supreme Court case with a ruling expected in 2016, however, could change Florida’s death penalty procedure. Timothy Hurst, a man currently on Death Row for murder, is appealing his death sentence. Jurors…

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