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Criminal Defense Blog

Thoughts and Commentary on Important Issues in the Practice of Criminal Defense Law

Should I Go to Trial or Not?: How to Decide

Should I Go to Trial or Not?: How to Decide

Under the Sixth Amendment to the US Constitution, all criminal defendants have the right to a speedy public trial by an impartial jury of their peers. But just because you have the right to a trial doesn’t necessarily mean that you should use that right or that you...

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Dealing with the Ways COVID-19 is Impacting Cases

Dealing with the Ways COVID-19 is Impacting Cases

Dealing with a criminal case is stressful under any circumstances, but the uncertainty that coronavirus brings to the table has certainly amped up the anxiety for many. In today’s blog post, we’re taking a look at the way COVID-19 is impacting cases. We’ll talk about...

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Understanding Immunity

Understanding Immunity

The legal term “immunity” refers to situations in which an individual will not be punished for certain instances of breaking the law because this will in some way help achieve a greater good for society. The most common example of immunity occurs when, in a federal or...

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Grand Jury FAQ

Grand Jury FAQ

Over the years, in representing individuals involved in grand jury proceedings, we’ve found that most people don’t have the clearest understanding of what a grand jury is or how it works. That’s why we decided to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about...

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A Guide to Federal Arraignment

A Guide to Federal Arraignment

After being placed in custody for a crime, everything seems to move fairly quickly. You appear before a magistrate judge, where you are advised of the charges being made against you; your attorney argues for bail (see August blog), and then you need to be arraigned on...

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A Guide to Federal Arraignment

A Guide to Federal Arraignment

After being placed in custody for a crime, everything seems to move fairly quickly. You appear before a magistrate judge, where you are advised of the charges being brought against you; your attorney argues for bail (see August blog), and then you need to be arraigned...

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From offices in Miami, Attorneys Sabrina Puglisi and Dianne Caramés represent clients in federal courts throughout the United States, and in Florida state courts including Dade County, Broward County, and Monroe County. The law firm's focus is on federal and state criminal defense. Attorneys Puglisi and Caramés routinely represent clients in legal matters in county courthouses in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Key West, Florida.

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Miami Criminal Defense Lawyers

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