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Visit our blog to find out more about two murder cases where the defendants appealed their convictions of murder and sentences to death.
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Our very own Attorney Valiente was able to deliver our client a successful acquittal following his armed robbery conviction. Read more here:
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Petition for writ of prohibition to prevent trial court from conducting "stand your ground" immunity hearing using the procedure outlined in Bretherick v. State, 170 So. 3d 766 (Fla. 2015), rather than that specified in a 2017 amendment to section 776.032 of the Florida statutes. Read more here;
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The defendant had pled guilty in 1995 to aggravated assault with a firearm and was sentenced to probation. In 1999 he was convicted of an armed robbery he committed in 1996. The trial court sentenced him to forty years in prison, with a minimum mandatory sentence of fifteen years as a habitual violent felony offender. Read more here;
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The defendant raised numerous issues on appeal, including the inadmissibility of a confession he had made after having been given a Miranda warning, the denial of several motions for mistrial, and the exclusion of testimony of a neuropsychologist suggesting the defendant may have had a traumatic brain injury. Read more here;
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The state charged the former mayor of Homestead, Florida with multiple counts of corruption arising from his having undertaken, while mayor, to represent a health center in seeking to expedite permitting by Miami-Dade County of a sewer pumping station, to facilitate the center's construction of a new facility. A jury convicted the defendant on three counts and acquitted on one. Read more here:
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