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Who is Eligible for Expungement in Florida?

If your criminal history is looming over you like a dark cloud, it is important to understand that your past does not have to dictate your future. With the help of a Miami criminal defense lawyer from ...
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Open Air Dog Searches

Recently, the constitutionality of drug dog sniffs has been questioned and addressed in various cases. In light of the Fourth Amendment and a person's right to privacy, this can be a very ...
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Man in Child Pornography Case in Canada Gets Reprieve from Empathetic Judge

58-year-old Roy Troughton had been accused of serious child pornography charges. A former landlord allegedly found four pictures of young boys that Troughton left in his apartment four years ago. The ...
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Google Plays Big Role in Arrest of Man Accused of Spreading Child Abuse Imagery

41-year-old John Henry Skillern was arrested and charged with child pornography cybercrimes, after Google tipped off the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Google used powerful new ...
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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Employee Accused of Child Pornography Offenses

Recently, we've been reporting on a blockbuster child pornography possession/distribution/production case that's roped in 71 defendants throughout the New York City area. These defendants ...
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Massive Child Pornography Bust Ropes in 71 People in New York City - Part 2

Operation Caireen in New York City led to the arrest of 71 people on charges of possessing, distributing and manufacturing child pornography. It’s one of the biggest busts of its kind in recent ...
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Two More Massive Sentences Handed Out in Separate Child Pornography Cases

In early April, courts handed down two major sentences in two big child pornography cases. Let’s take a look at both of them. Jesse Evans: 21 Years for an "Unspeakable Crime" In ...
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United States v. Ramirez-Flores: Convicted Burglar Appeals 40 Month Sentence for Illegal Reentry After Deportation

Florida criminal cases are complex enough when they involve native born American citizens. They can become exponentially more complicated, legally speaking, when they involve foreign nationals. To ...
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11th Circuit Vacates Sentence for Defendant in the United States v. Jones -- Rules Defendant Should Not Have Been Subjected to Enhanced Sentencing

Here's an interesting case, from a Florida criminal defense perspective. Defendant Larry Jones was convicted of a felony charge of possessing ammunition and a firearm in Georgia. So what kind of ...
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Is Florida Mom "Worst Mother of the Year"? [Allegedly Pimped Her 15-Year-Old Daughter for Sex]

This is not the kind of Florida crime that makes the Sunshine State proud. A Florida mom, 39 year-old Yolanda Ostoloza, was arrested in New York City in January for endangering the welfare of a child ...
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Attorney David Seltzer Receives "Superb" Rating from Avvo

The legal team at Seltzer Mayberg, LLC is proud to announce that Lead Attorney David Seltzer was recently honored with a "Superb" rating from Avvo. This rating is based on a completely ...
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United States v. Reeves, et al: 3 Defendants Convicted of Drug Charges Appeal, But Their Plea Falls Flat

Thornton Moss, Michael Reeves, and Shawanna Reeves recently appealed a jury trial conviction that they engaged in conspiracy to distribute cocaine. But their appeal fell flat. Let's take a look at ...
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Ninth Circuit Appeals Court Rules Gay Men Cannot Be Excluded from Jury Based on Sexual Orientation: Case Likely to Go to the Supreme Court

Here's an interesting case with salient lessons for Florida criminal defendants. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco ruled last Tuesday that lesbians and gay ...
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Lowe v. State Court of Appeals Judgment Reversed by Supreme Court in Computer Pornography Case

On December 12, 2013, the Supreme Court of Mississippi reversed a conviction in the case of Lowe v. State. The criminal defendant allegedly had downloaded pornographic pictures of children under the ...
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Could I Go to Jail for Possessing Marijuana in Florida?

Although attitudes about the use of marijuana are rapidly changing throughout the country, most states still uphold strict laws against the possession, sale, cultivation and distribution of this drug ...
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Florida Supreme Court Reverses Dog Sniff Decision at U.S. Supreme Court's Direction - Harris v. State

Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court heard two cases involving dog sniffs as evidence—both of interest to Florida criminal defense attorneys like me. One was Florida v. Jardines, in which the U.S. ...
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Florida Supreme Court Agrees That Terry Traffic Stop Was Valid - Mackey v. State

In crimes involving possession of anything, one fruitful area for criminal defense lawyers is to examine whether the search that led to the discovery of the prohibited item was legal. If the search ...
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What Happens If I Refuse to Take a Breathalyzer Test in Florida?

In the state of Florida, it is illegal to refuse a breath, blood or urine test if a law enforcement officer has probable cause to believe that you were driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or ...
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Welcome to Our Miami Criminal Defense Blog

Our attorneys are pleased to announce the launch of our Criminal Defense blog with an RSS feed available at http://www.davidseltzerlaw.com/Blog/Entire-Blog-Feed/RSS.xml
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