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The best criminal defense attorneys not only understand their own cases, but understand the constantly changing legal environment.  For this reason, our criminal defense attorneys not only focus their attention on our cases, but also follow the high-profile criminal cases in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area.

Our criminal defense attorneys analyze key high-profile cases to provide our clients with an in-depth understanding of how key legal rulings and pending legislation may impact their criminal case.

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2nd District Court of Appeals Grants Writ of Habeas Corpus

  Attorney David Little successfully represented a client before the 2nd District Court of Appeals on a Petition for Writ

FLORIDA JURY DELIVERS RECORD SETTING $600,000.00 VERDICT IN REVENGE PORN CASE

On October 6, 2014, a Florida jury, made up of five men and one woman, delivered a record-setting, $600,000.00 verdict

“Operation Cyber Vigilance” Leads to the Arrest of 132 Individuals

Once again, local law enforcement have targeted those individuals alleged to be targeting minors online. The most recent operation was a

Pinellas County Sheriff Arrests 14 in “Operation White Pony”

The Narcotics Division of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, along with other law enforcement agencies, have arrested 14 individuals as part

Jeff Brown to Appear on Fox 13

Jeff Brown will appear on Fox 13 Tampa Bay today at 5:20 pm and again at 6:30 pm. Jeff will

18 Arrested in “Operation Guardian”

Once again the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office has made multiple arrests in a four day internet sting aimed at targeting

Who Actually Won The Fight?

Apparently bringing a gun to a fist fight does not decide the winner.  A fight this morning over whether someone

What’s The Real Cost of Not Recording Confessions?

According to The Innocence Project, in about 25% of DNA exonerated cases, Defendants made incriminating statements, confessed to the crime,

Florida’s New Law Increases Penalties for Those Accused of Sexual Related Crimes

On April 1, 2014, Governor Rick Scott signed multiple bills into law which will in many cases increase the potential