Our Criminal Defense Team in South Florida are proud to announce that selected clips and episodes of the William R. Moore Criminal Law firm’s broadcast show “State of Arrest” are now available at the iTunes store. Shows aired on November 27, 2015 and later will be available. Materials sought before this date may be obtained by contacting the office directly either by phone or email. Please be as specific as possible about the lecture, video or audio subject you’re looking for.
“State of Arrest” covers changes to our criminal justice system that are of major importance and interest.
If you do not have iTunes installed on your computer, you may listen to episodes of State of Arrest at the iTunes preview website.
Interviews with local criminal defense attorneys.
The show includes interviews with local criminal defense attorneys about uncommon issues specific to trial strategy by lawyers who are considered by their peers to be a leading authority with respect to the specific criminal defense practice area being discussed.
Interviews with people charged with crimes and treated unfairly.
The general public is becoming more vocal when it comes to distrust and mistreatment at the hands of law enforcement. Listen to their stories, obstacles that they faced and how they were overcome. Get the criminal defendant’s perspective and draw your own conclusions about the legal and ethical considerations associated with their arrest and prosecution.
Highly publicized criminal justice issues that stir up controversies and debate.
Opposing sides of gun control and the legalization of marijuana are examples of the highly publicized issues faced by both our state and federal courts today. Opposing authorities for each side and the arguments posed on their behalf are discussed and analyzed. Potential long-term effects are discussed and balanced.
What we have learned from the past when it comes to criminalizing activity.
The prohibition as compared to changes in our outlook about illegal drugs is one such example as we attempt to determine whether or not the United States criminal justice system is learning from its mistakes. Violations of constitutional rights and the overall treatment of individuals by the police in general are discussed. Laws enacted by Florida counties that have recently been found to be illegal will also be addressed. Broward County’s recent criminalizing the feeding of homeless individuals is an example of this type of broadcast.
When a star gets arrested for even low-level crimes, the media and public seem to frenzy. What is it about our infatuation with celebrities. More importantly, are they treated with leniency by the attorneys that prosecute them or are they prejudiced by their fame and made an example of. The overzealous policing of and prosecution of Justin Bieber is one example of this type of broadcast.
If you have something that you believe would be of interest to the public and want to make an appearance on “State of Arrest” contact our criminal defense attorneys in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We are located at 110 SE. 6th St., Suite 1700, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301.
You may also reach us by calling 954-523-5333