A man in Japan was sentenced to two years in prison for manufacturing two guns with a 3-D printer. In addition to printing the two guns for himself, the 28-year-old Yoshitomo Imura also released his design data, which is needed to print a … Continue reading
Judge Rouse Throws Out Case Against Volusia County SUMMARY JUDGMENT ORDER DOWNLOAD HERE -> Aiden Patrick Case Dismissed Two Four Year Old Children Killed in 2010 on Volusia Beaches Before Erin Joynt was run over on Volusia beaches by a … Continue reading
Seven Starke Elementary students were taken to the hospital after a semi-truck rear ended a school bus. According to First Coast News, one of the students and the two people inside the semi were in serious condition and taken to … Continue reading
Click here to file a Claim Form online What is a Class Action? A class action is a lawsuit in which a person sues another party on behalf of all other people who are in a similar position. The individuals … Continue reading
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Our Appellate Decisions: Changing Laws, Protecting People John M. Phillips After a trial is over, sometimes important issues warrant an appeal. Appeals to Florida’s courts of appeals and Supreme Court provide us with an opportunity on behalf of our current … Continue reading
At the close of eleven days of trial, there was a point today where it seemed we finally are near verdict. Justice is spelled one way, but defined many different ways. Conviction of Michael Dunn for the murder of Jordan … Continue reading
George Zimmerman Tangles with Copyright Law By John M. Phillips The Painting on top of the Picture… What is this all about? As Tina Chen reported for ABC News, ——- George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain who was acquitted of … Continue reading
LAWYERS SUSPENDED FOR BAD BEHAVIOR: A Lack of Professionalism and Composure during Depositions By Joshua E. Rodgers (“Intern Josh”) and John M. Phillips Lawyers are a different breed of person. Where most individuals avoid confrontation and argumentative situations, lawyers run … Continue reading