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The 5 Areas of Law We Can Help You With

If you or a loved one is in need of legal representation then Gilbert and Smallman is here to help. While other firms may work with just one type of legal issue, we have a broad range of experience. We can be your go-to attorney for several areas of law. Read on to learn what…

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What’s the Most Important Thing to Consider When Hiring a Criminal Defense Attorney?

If you’ve been accused of a crime, or are under investigation for a crime, then you’re likely trying to figure who the best Florida criminal defense attorney is. At Gilbert & Smallman, we know how serious this decision is. That’s why we’re here to let you know what the absolute most important thing is to…

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What is the DUI 10-Day Rule in Florida?

If you’ve been arrested for a DUI in Florida then you need an experienced DUI attorney right away. We need to begin working for you right away and we must work to fight for a hardship license within ten days of the arrest. Why? Because if there isn’t any action take within ten days, then…

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What to Look for When Hiring a Florida Criminal Defense Attorney

Are you in need of the services of a Florida criminal defense attorney? Whether you’ve been formally charged with a crime or are just under investigation, hiring the right attorney is essential. Some attorneys are just trying to make a name for themselves, while others are in it solely for the money. At Gilbert &…

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High Profile Commissioner Found Not Guilty of DUI

In a high profile case, a Miami commissioner was recently found not guilty in a DUI case. Consider a recent article for NBC Miami titled “Miami-Dade Commissioner Jose ‘Pepe’ Diaz Found Not Guilty in Key West DUI Case.” The author of the article writes, “Miami-Dade Commissioner Jose ‘Pepe’ Diaz has been found not guilty in…

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Miami Football Player Pleads Not Guilty to DUI

DUI cases are challenging enough for people who spend the vast majority of their lives out of the public eye and/or are not public personalities. When you are a football player in the state of Florida, it takes on a whole new degree of seriousness and scrutiny. This scrutiny can affect how the accused person…

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Trump Campaign Manager Charged with Battery in Miami

  Criminal defense cases in Miami reached a presidential level of media attention recently. Consider a recent article for Politico titled “Is Trump’s campaign manager guilty?” Marc Caputo of Politico writes, “Despite Donald Trump’s insistence that it’s a flimsy case, the battery charge against his campaign manager is straightforward for Florida prosecutors, according to independent…

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Making Sure You Can Trust Your Criminal Defense Lawyer

Criminal defense lawyers stay busy in Miami. However, that doesn’t mean all are created equal. Making sure you are properly represented is imperative. Consider a recent article for the Sun Sentinel titled “Appeals court knocks judge off defense lawyer’s contempt case.” Marc Freeman of the Sun Sentinel writes, “Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jack Schramm…

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Criminal Defense and the Isleworth Case

Whether in Miami or throughout Florida, there is no shortage of people in need of a quality criminal defense attorney. Criminal defense was most recently in the news in an Orlando Sentinel article titled “Bob Ward wins new trial in wife’s Isleworth murder.” Elyssa Cherney of the Orlando Sentinel writes, “For the first time in…

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Shifting Police Policy on Excessive Force

Police shootings are a problem in Miami, just as much as the rest of the country. The Palm Beach Post explores the possibility of shifting policies for police excessive force in a recent article titled “Commentary: Police shootings show need for policy shift, more training.” Mark A. Schneider and James K. Green of the Palm…

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