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When Judges Become the Helping Hand of the Prosecutor

When Judges Become the Helping Hand of the Prosecutor

Again, bad judges who stray from their role as neutral arbiter and become the helping hand of the prosecutor are exposed in Ronnie Williams v. State, 4D12- 3723. Ronnie Williams was a Broward County resident, where law enforcement officers have a standing order from many store and market owners to issue trespass warnings to people loitering on the property. Williams was outside of a market, when a detective approached Williams to trespass him off of the market property. It stead of just trespassing Williams off of the property, the detective also stopped Williams and pat him down for “weapons.” During the “pat down” the detective testified that a container “fell” from William’s pocket and at that time, William’s took a swing at the detective and ran. During the chase, the… […]

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Why is Broward County the Capital of Oxycodone?

Why is Broward County the Capital of Oxycodone?

The drug industry is shifting from illegal street drugs to prescription pain pills. People are turning to the prevalent pain clinics to obtain their prescriptions for drugs like Oxycodone and Roxicodone. If you have been charged with drug crimes, contact a criminal defense lawyer to help you build your case. Broward County – Capital of Pain Pills According to MSNBC News: Broward County has become the pill capital of the US. Pain clinics see anywhere from 10 to 100 patients a day. Usually the doctors were found on the internet and hired to work in these clinics. The patients pay cash and don’t use insurance so they won’t be tracked. Florida is one of a handful of states that does not have a prescription drug database, so repeat prescriptions cannot… […]

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