Occasionally, while an appeal is pending, the law changes in a way that could affect the outcome of the case. Therefore, appellate attorneys should be prepared to discuss whether a party whose case is pending on appeal may take...Read More
Category: Criminal Appeals
April 9, 2018 by Courtney Brewer And then there were twelve . . . or is it twenty-four? After a series of public hearings and meetings over the course of the last month, the CRC has whittled the proposals down to twelve...Read More
February 16, 2018 The CRC wrapped up committee meetings in early February and is now traveling the state holding public hearings. To find out if there is a public hearing coming to a venue near you (they are being held...Read More
February 2, 2018 After a couple of full weeks of committee meetings, the Legislative Committee has some updates to report on the CRC, one of which is of particular note. Proposal 81, which sought to make all meetings of the...Read More
Eleventh Circuit Declines to Limit the Pearlman Doctrine to Interlocutory Appeals in the Grand Jury Context
Summer 2014 By Paul A. Avron In a first impression issue, a panel of the Eleventh Circuit declined to limit the Pearlman doctrine1—under which an intervenor can file an interlocutory appeal from an order denying a motion to...Read More
Suggestions for the Reluctant Traveler to the Appellate Forum by David W. Henry The internal procedures2 of the Florida Supreme Court, the appellate decisionmaking process,3 and jurisdiction4 in the appellate courts are well...Read More
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