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Month: April 2015

Is Florida’s application of the Circumstantial Evidence Rule at risk?

Posted in Criminal Defense,Firm News,The Courts on April 29, 2015

It would appear that the Florida circumstantial evidence rule is at risk of being, if not outright removed, substantially modified (or, stated another way, clarified). Earlier this month, the Florida Supreme Court heard oral argument in Knight v. State, a constructive possession of cannabis case, to address the issue. The advocate for the State of… read more

The Supreme 9 Revisits K-9s (again)

Posted in Firm News,The Courts on April 17, 2015

On January 21, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument in Rodriguez v. United States, Docket No. 13-9972. This case intentionally raised an interesting Fourth Amendment question pertaining to the scope of a seizure (traffic stop), and unintentionally (at least in my view) left a very interesting question open for another day;… read more