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Category Archives: Florida Criminal News

In Today’s News: Did Michael Flynn Commit Treason?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Treason is defined in 18 US Code 2381 as “Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than 5 years and… Read More »

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BREAKING NEWS: Chicago’s Unfortunate Event is Unquestionably a Hate Crime

By O'Mara Law Group |

What happened in Chicago is unquestionably a hate crime, and must be treated as such. Within our criminal justice system, we categorize crimes by the nature. There are property crimes, such as vandalism or petty theft, ‘victimless’ crimes, such as drug offenses, and there is a category called ‘victim’ or personal crimes, and these… Read More »

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Will an Immunity Agreement Derail Prosecution of Bill Cosby?

By O'Mara Law Group |

If I was Cosby’s attorney, I would fight hard to enforce the immunity agreement, which could lead to the charges being dismissed. I’m astounded that Cosby’s lawyers never got the deal in writing, and getting the court to force the current prosecutor to honor the prior agreement is not a done deal. Even if… Read More »

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President Obama, close the ‘gun show loophole’

By O'Mara Law Group |

President Obama is poised to take executive action to close the so-called “gun show loophole.” In an op-ed for CNN.com, I say, “If the president can legally use his executive powers to require more stringent screenings, he should do it.” There is no reason that, with today’s technology, we shouldn’t require background checks to… Read More »

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A Mistrial Doesn’t Mean a Miscarriage of Justice

By O'Mara Law Group |

The judge in the Freddie Gray trial seemed hell-bent on getting a verdict out of the jury. It’s no wonder why. Protests erupted in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death. Now, the city stands poised for more unrest pending the jury’s decision in the case of William G. Porter — who stands accused of… Read More »

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