Kendrick Morris, a man who was convicted in a violent assault years ago, is eligible for re-sentencing following a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. Learn Attorney Rickman's thoughts in our latest blog:
Attorney Anthony Rickman Comments on Florida Death Penalty Limbo Can prosecutors still pursue the death penalty in Florida? Attorney Rickman recently spoke to +FOX 13 News - Tampa Bay about the current legal dilemma:
Following a Supreme Court Ruling that declared Florida's death penalty unconstitutional, a Pinellas Country Judge decided to reject a prosecutor's attempt to pursue the penalty. FOX 13 News turned to Attorney Anthony Rickman for insight into the status of the penalty in Florida.
White House Commutes Sentences for 11 Florida Drug Cases The Obama Administration has shortened the sentences of 61 drug offenders all over the country. Learn more about this story and what it could mean for the national perspective on drug crimes at our blog:
Attorney Rickman Featured in FOX 13 Segment In a recent FOX 13 video, Attorney Rickman discussed the true cost of a criminal case - far more than most people typically think. Read more, and watch the video at our blog:
Understanding Florida's Pure Comparative Fault In personal injury claims, Florida uses a comparative fault law to distribute blame to multiple parties. Learn more about this law and how it can affect your compensation:
What do Florida courts do when it is found that multiple parties-even the injured plaintiff-are partially at fault for an accident? In these cases, the law of comparative fault is applied and significantly changes the way injury victims can recover compensation.
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