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Florida appeals court sides with Rebekah Jones, placing her back on the primary ballot

By Rodrigo Paredes | August 23, 2022

By Andrea Chu, 10 Tampa Bay WTSP After facing some legal challenges, Rebekah Jones will officially have her name on the ballot for Florida Congressional District 1. On Monday night, a day before the primary, an appeals court sided with the former Florida COVID data worker, reversing a previous lower-court ruling that had removed her from the race. In […]

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‘Every Lawyer Should Take on a Civil Rights Case’: South Florida Attorneys Repping BLM Protester Shot in Head

By Rodrigo Paredes | June 10, 2022

By Raychel Lean, Daily Business Review Though video footage of George Floyd’s neck under the knee of a police officer propelled the issue of police brutality to the forefront of public consciousness, many attorneys are still reluctant to take on cases that could help tackle the problem. That’s according to the South Florida team representing […]

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Two years after being shot in face by rubber bullet, protester sues Fort Lauderdale police

By Rodrigo Paredes | June 2, 2022

By Sarah Blaskey, The Miami Herald Two years ago, almost to the day, Fort Lauderdale police officer Eliezer Ramos raised a weapon, took aim through a cloud of tear gas and shot LaToya Ratlieff with a so-called rubber bullet, fracturing her eye socket. Ratlieff had been peacefully demonstrating in downtown Fort Lauderdale on May 31, […]

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Prosecutors drop charges in Key Biscayne COVID face mask arrests

By Rodrigo Paredes | April 4, 2022

By Tony Winton, Key Biscayne Independent Citing a blanket pardon from Gov. Ron DeSantis, prosecutors said Monday they would drop all charges against two Village residents arrested last year after they refused orders to wear facial coverings at a crowded community meeting. Defense attorney Ben Kuehne, who represented Alex Serrano and Nina Wallin, said the action showed […]

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Election Law Now a Multimillion-Dollar Practice, but still ‘Fraught With Peril’

By Rodrigo Paredes | October 27, 2021

By Dan Roe and Dylan Jackson Daily Business Review After last year’s flurry of pre- and post-election lawsuits, election litigation has not relented as lawyers meet in courtrooms across the country to hammer out voting rights disputes, redistricting disagreements, and a host of other elections-related issues. Even months after the election, lawyers continue to litigate […]

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