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Fighting Unwarranted Domestic Violence Charges

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

Although nobody wins in domestic violence cases, defendants who’ve been charged without provocation or actions of their own doing shouldn’t pay for crimes they didn’t commit. As an attorney fights through mounds of hearsay and mudslinging, the narrative is getting their client exonerated, and nothing more. Unwarranted allegations of domestic abuse are approached in… Read More »

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Forensic Science Can Overturn Murder Convictions. But When?

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

Combine technology with objective analytics and critical thinking, and innocent men like Dwight DuBose are freed from years of unwarranted captivity. Although he indeed pled guilty to end his 17-year prison stint, it was forensic science to the rescue once again. Murder cases across America are being taken by nonprofits like the Innocence Project,… Read More »

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Drug Crimes in Florida Worse Now Than Cocaine Era

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

It took U.S. Marshals over two decades to locate the last of the infamous ‘Cocaine Cowboys’. With diligence, they finally apprehended Gustavo Falcon in April 2017, charging him as part of a major crime syndicate said to have moved over 75 tons of cocaine between 1970 and early 1990s. Drug crimes during the cocaine… Read More »

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