Three Attorneys for Denmon & Denmon Trial Lawyers have been selected to The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Criminal Defense in 2013. Only the top 100 trial lawyers from each State for are actively participating in civil plaintiff and/or criminal defense are eligible for selection. The NTLA Top … [Read more...]
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We are always looking for new ways to approach a particular problem. As lawyers, we can do this by discussing legal matters with other family law attorneys. Below is an interview we Rustin Duncan, a family law attorney and partner at King Law Offices and practices family law in both North and South Carolina. … [Read more...]
A shocking new alimony law has been passed by the Florida legislature and appears poised to become new law July 1st 2003. The law favors the “payor” and disfavors the “payee” in alimony cases. Below our divorce lawyers discuss the six parts of the law that you must know. 1. The law prioritizes short term “Bridge the … [Read more...]
The horrifying news out of Clearwater that a Mother drowned her children upon learning her husband wanted a divorce is the most recent example of filicide in the Tampa Bay Area. And while these terrible stories don't directly affect your Florida child custody matter, rest assured the Judges presiding over your child … [Read more...]
The 4th DCA recently addressed the following question: Do grounds for a judges disqualification exist when a criminal defendant alleges the Judge is facebook friends with a prosecutor. The answer is yes. On September 5, 2012, the 4th DCA issued an opinion on Domville v. Florida (No. 4D12-556). At trial the Defendant … [Read more...]
A potential new DUI Law has been introduced in the Senate that would radically increase the number of DUI convictions and even require a jury convict people for a Drug DUI even when not under the influence of the Drug. Senate Bill 1810 was introduced by Senator Wise on January 7, 2012, and was quickly referred to the … [Read more...]
Operation 3D, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office's DUI enforcement program, will continue to be in full force and effect throughout the coming month. Operation 3d is a selective, aggressive traffic enforcement program. The members of the "team" utilize aggressive traffic enforcement to pull over and … [Read more...]
Deb Lafave, originally ordered to serve ten years of probation, had her probation terminated after just seven years in a Hillsborough Court on September 22, 2011. A Tampa Criminal Lawyer brought the motion before Judge Timmerman a Hillsborough County Circuit Judge. The State Attorney objected to the termination of … [Read more...]
“Leverage is having something the other guy wants. Or better yet needs. Or best of all, simply cannot do without.” - Donald Trump We consider ourselves Trial Attorneys first and foremost. However, we realize that the majority of our clients do not ultimately want to go to a trial. Rather, they want to get the … [Read more...]
Tampa Criminal Lawyer Christian Denmon gets the Judge to toss out all the evidence against his client in his drug case, and then gets the Judge to throw the case out, leaving his client exhonerated in Court. The Facts: The client was driving his vehicle on Hillsborough Ave in Tampa, Florida, when an officer observed … [Read more...]