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Going to trial: Jury instruction and deliberation


When your Miami criminal defense attorney begins to prepare for your trial, he or she will have an ultimate goal - convincing a judge and jury that the charges filed against you don't hold weight. Every witness called to the stand, each question they are asked - all of these actions are taken to demonstrate that the prosecution does not have a solid case against you. If your case is being tried before a jury, the... Continue Reading...

Going to trial: Rebuttal cases at trial


If you've been following this blog, then you've probably gotten a sense of just how complex the Florida criminal process is - even after you have been charged and are standing before a judge. Because so much is at stake in a criminal trial, the judicial system provides the prosecution and the defense with ample opportunity to state their claims and challenge those made by the opposition. As a result, the trial is rife with back... Continue Reading...

Going to trial: The defense case-in-chief


The first half of a criminal trial can be harrowing, as you are forced to sit and listen as the prosecution interviews a string of witnesses and presents material evidence typically intended to cast doubt on your character and convince a judge and jury to condemn you. However, remember that you have an ally in your Miami criminal defense lawyer, one who is analyzing every aspect of the state's case to establish its weaknesses and... Continue Reading...
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