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Florida Death Sentence Must Now Be Found By Unanimous Jury
Florida Death Sentence Must Now Be Found By Unanimous Jury

In 2016, the Supreme Court of the United States, in Hurst v. Florida , held that Florida’s death penalty sentencing scheme violated one’s Sixth Amendment right because a jury must find the aggravating factors necessary for imposing a death sentence as opposed to solely by a ...

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  • Florida Death Sentence Must Now Be Found By Unanimous Jury

    In 2016, the Supreme Court of the United States, in Hurst v. Florida , held that Florida’s death penalty sentencing scheme violated one’s Sixth Amendment right because a jury must find the aggravating ...

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  • Florida Death Penalty Unconstitutional Again! What Now?

    Earlier this month, the Florida Supreme Court struck down the state’s death penalty law because the law didn’t require jurors to be unanimous (i.e., 12 out of 12 jurors ) when imposing the punishment. ...

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  • Rescheduling of Marijuana

    The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has recently announced that it will consider rescheduling Marijuana from a Schedule I drug to a Schedule II drug. As it is currently scheduled, it has no ...

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  • Former DEA Agent Sentenced in Relation to Silk Road Investigation

    In another startling development on a case involving one of our clients, a former DEA agent who participated in the investigation and prosecution of persons involved with Silk Road, the notorious ...

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  • Sentencing Reform & Corrections Act of 2015

    Congress is finally moving forward with long-awaited federal sentencing reform. While it will probably not be as comprehensive as we want it to be, it will still be very significant. Many mandatory ...

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  • The China Pipeline

    Today’s international drug importation cases are very different from the importation cases of years past. Traditionally, multi-kilogram drug importation cases involved smuggling narcotics in shipping ...

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