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W.F. Casey Ebsary, Jr.
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Fighting for You, a Friend, or a Loved One
Fighting for You, a Friend, or a Loved One

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+Richard Georges has a beautiful example of this vehicle. Same color. Great car.
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Driver was stopped by an officer because the words "MyFlorida.com" were obscured by a tag frame. The officer later found drugs in the car and the driver was charged with a narcotics offense. #Oops #IFeelSafer.
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In law school and on the street everyone knows that lie detectors are not admissible in court. Wrong!

Polygraphs & Lie Detectors in Court are expanding use in Florida again. Some courts are allowing use in testing registered sex offenders & predators as a requirement of sex offender probation and monitoring.

http://www.centrallaw.com/deception-detection-polygraph-testing-and-lie-detectors-in-federal-courts-at-sentencing/ .

Previously we discussed another federal case here http://www.centrallaw.com/lie-detector-polygraph-admissible-court/
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Glad our Indian Shores Police Officer is safe tonite after last night's shooting. First I can ever remember in our small town.

https://dui2go.com/safe-and-sound-on-floriduh-beach/
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Court denied issuance of a subpoena and ruled In a blood test “burden arises from the Constitutional right to privacy in one’s medical records, which requires the State to demonstrate a compelling interest in the disclosure.” A burden that in a rare case was NOT met. These subpoenas are routinely rubber-stamped and almost always issued.

http://www.centrallaw.com/dui-subpoena-medical-records-blood-test-denied/
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UPDATE April 26, 2018: Appeals Court Reverses Voting Rights Restoration - St Pete Times reports, “A three-judge panel of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta issued a stay of a March 27 order by U.S. District Judge Mark Walker, who declared the system “fatally flawed” and unconstitutionally arbitrary.”

“The governor has broad discretion to grant and deny clemency, even when the applicable regime lacks any standards,” said the order written by Judge Stanley Marcus, a former federal judge in Miami, striking at the heart of Walker’s earlier decision.”

http://www.centrallaw.com/florida-restoration-civil-rights/
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Two in car cameras, 5 police cars, a police dog, and a helicopter. Amazing video https://youtu.be/Kn-XJF53tlg from https://dui2go.com/ of a chase in Florida. No one was killed.

https://youtu.be/Kn-XJF53tlg
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Can the #police arrest a citizen reporter recording police actions on a city street? What do you think? #CopsGoneWild

https://www.drug2go.com/2011/02/drug-bust-on-video-photographer.html
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The portable cameras are high-resolution cameras and record 24 hours a day. Images are stored for 30 days and are monitored from the sheriff's office's district station.
http://www.centrallaw.com/surveillance-cameras-in-tampa-florida/
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