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Tag Archives: Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Lawyer

Lawyer Disbarred Over Theft From Clients

By Tony Moss |

The client-lawyer relationship should be one built on trust, respect, and mutual understanding. When we get into any kind of legal trouble that could result in jail, fines, or a lawsuit, we call our lawyer to help us resolve those problems. Of course lawyers get paid for their work, but as a society we… Read More »

Supreme Court Declines Review of Gun Laws

By Tony Moss |

In what some are calling a shocking result, the U.S. Supreme Court recently declined to take on a weapons ban case originating out of Illinois. The refusal to hear the case is attracting even more attention, given the recent high-profile mass shootings in recent days and months that have caused the country to ask… Read More »

Dog Owner Faces Murder Charge

By Tony Moss |

What can only be described as a tragic and horrendous event made headlines across the country in November. The tragic story began with a mother walking to a local elementary school in Detroit, Michigan, with her four-year-old son; she was on her way to volunteer at the school. En route to the school, she… Read More »

Major South Florida Hospital Group Reaches Fraud Settlement

By Tony Moss |

The public hospital group Broward Health recently voted to reach a settlement with the Department of Justice reaching almost $70 million. The payout stems from a four-year federal investigation into alleged widespread Medicare and Medicaid fraud throughout the hospital system. The investigation started after federal authorities received an anonymous tip. In 2011 Department of… Read More »

Term Limits Proposed for Florida Judges

By Tony Moss |

In a move meant to limit the influence of a single judge in the appellate process, the Florida legislature has introduced a bill to limit the terms of appellate judges. Senator Travis Hutson and Representative John Wood have filed companion legislation that would limit appellate judges and state Supreme Court justices to two-six year… Read More »

Latest Report Reveals Increasing Problem of Medicare Prescription Fraud

By Tony Moss |

As the federal government continues to focus on sweeping fraud out of the Medicare system, the latest report from the Department of Health and Human Services’s Office of Inspector General highlights how big a problem fraud has become in the popular Medicare prescription program. What does this mean for the average health care professional?… Read More »

Check Fraud Ring Busted in Central Florida

By Tony Moss |

Local authorities in Central Florida recently shut down a seven-county check fraud ring. Over two dozen perpetrators were arrested for an operation that affected at least 80 victims. Check fraud is a type of bank fraud that takes many forms. Fake check scams, trafficking in stolen checks, embezzlement, and “check kiting” are a few… Read More »

Ex-Dolphins Player Accused of $31 Million Ponzi Scheme

By Tony Moss |

Former Miami Dolphins defensive back Will Allen and his business partner, Susan Daub, are accused of operating a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme. Allen and Daub are now facing civil charges by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission. Criminal charges may be on the horizon for the pair as well. Using his NFL connections, Allen… Read More »

“He Who Represents Himself In Court” . . . Well, You Know The Rest.

By Tony Moss |

In a bizarre example of the folly of a defendant acting as his own pro se counsel, a Clearwater, Florida, man has asked for the death penalty in his own criminal case, while simultaneously trying to defend against it. Craig Wall, 39, is facing the death penalty in a Pinellas County court for the… Read More »

Federal Prisoners May Now Be Eligible to Have their Sentences Reduced

By Tony Moss |

When the clock struck midnight on November 1st, thousands of federal prisoners sentenced for drug-related offenses saw a chance to have their prison terms reduced. This was because federal drug sentencing reforms that were adopted earlier this year went into effect on that date. As many as 46,000 prisoners currently incarcerated for narcotics offenses… Read More »

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