The world has been reshaped by the 2019 coronavirus, and numerous industries will undergo a transformation. Once the dust settles down, the legal landscape is going to look extremely different. How Has COVID-19 Affected the Legal System At Large Coronavirus’s influence on the practice of law is felt the most inside the courtroom. There are […]
Finding an appeals attorney can be a complicated task and would require you to consider a plethora of factors before making a decision. An attorney is someone who represents you in the court of law, which is why it is imperative to make an informed decision, especially when it comes down to an appeal attorney. […]
The judicial system is tricky and complicated. Each category of judicial system has differing laws and practices according to the misdemeanor, claim, the state, and various other factors. Since there are several rules and regulations that need to be considered when presenting a case, it can often become difficult to determine the course of the […]
Eleventh Circuit Appeal of Plea Agreement Rule 11 In 2011, a grand jury sitting in the Middle District of Florida returned a thirty-eight-count indictment, charging Copeland with eleven counts of mail fraud violating 18 U.S.C. § 1341, (Counts One through Eleven), sixteen counts of wire fraud in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1343 (Counts Twelve […]
Boulder Young Petitions US Supreme Court to Overturn Criminal Federal Case Petitioner Boulder Young, also known as Boulder Daniel McManigal [“Petitioner”], was indicted on May 24, 2017 for four counts relating to the distribution of methamphetamine. The indictment claimed that on three separate occasions, Petitioner sold methamphetamine to ATF agents or informants. The prosecution additionally […]
Speak with an appellate lawyer.