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As seen in the Palm Beach Post; POINT OF VIEW: Santino disqualified self from county court judgeship

As seen in the Palm Beach Post; POINT OF VIEW: Santino disqualified self from county court judgeship

  • October 24, 2016
  • Lindsay Doyle
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In her run for Palm Beach County court judge, Dana Santino has attempted to disparage her opponent, Attorney Gregg Lerman, by stating that she is concerned that he “chooses to represent individuals who commit heinous crimes.” As attorneys, we are…

Tama Beth Kudman to Present at NACDL’s 59th Annual Meeting & Seminar

  • August 10, 2016
  • Lindsay Doyle
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Tama Beth Kudman is heading to the NACDL’s 59th Annual Meeting & Seminar in West Palm Beach Florida, where she will be addressing critical legal issues surrounding criminal defense at a special seminar taking place on August 12th. Tama will be…

Tama Beth Kudman Quoted in The New York Times

  • May 16, 2016
  • Lindsay Doyle
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The following post originally appeared in The New York Times: Battery Charge Against Corey Lewandowski, Trump Campaign Manager, Is Dropped   “Battery is usually a situation where you have someone hitting or harassing another person physically,” Ms. Kudman said. “In…

U.S. Magistrate Judge William Matthewman Praises Tama Beth Kudman

  • May 9, 2016
  • Lindsay Doyle
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The following post originally appeared in the Sun Sentinel “I don’t know what happened, what you did or didn’t do,” Matthewman told Ohrn before his case adjourned. “But I know you hired a good attorney.”   Special Assistant U.S. Attorney…

Confusion over Stand Your Ground law

Confusion over Stand Your Ground law

  • August 14, 2013
  • Paul Nalewajk
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  The Zimmerman case has become the lightning rod for arguments against the Florida “Stand Your Ground Statute” and the sweeping breadth of its protection for individuals who claim to have used deadly force in the face of reasonably perceived…

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