Monthly Archives: June 2018
Can a Police Officer Tell the Jury I’m Lying Based on My Body Language?
In many Florida criminal cases, a police officer serves as a key witness for the prosecution. There’s good reason for this. Prosecutors know jurors are often deferential to the testimony of a police officer, which makes a conviction more likely. But it is important to remember that the police are not infallible. Nor are… Read More »
Can an Out-of-State Domestic Violence Order Affect My Florida Parental Rights?
Child custody disputes often turn nasty in Florida. In many cases, one parent will accuse the other of domestic violence in order to try and gain the upper hand in a custody battle. There’s a good reason to employ such tactics: Because they work. Florida law generally presumes that both parents should share custody… Read More »