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Cayman legal students attend biannual Florida law clinic

By Cassandra Stone | Dec 9, 2016

FORT LAUDERDALE -- Law students from Truman Bodden Law School took part in a Caribbean Law Clinic last month at Nova South Eastern Law School in Fort Lauderdale.

Hearing-impaired man sues Florida agency for barring him from taking CDL test

By Cassandra Stone | Dec 8, 2016

MIAMI – A hearing-impaired man is suing the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for not allowing him to take a test in order to receive a commercial driver's license.

Attorney Victoria Cruz-Garcia awardsTampa Hispanic Bar Association scholarship in her name

By Cassandra Stone | Dec 4, 2016

TAMPA --  Victoria Cruz-Garcia, an attorney with Givens Givens Sparks, awarded two scholarships in her name at the 10th annual Tampa Hispanic Bar Association (THBA) ceremony held last month at The Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club.

Florida Bar Association warns those seeking advice on immigration law to avoid 'notarios'

By Cassandra Stone | Dec 4, 2016

MIAMI -- The Florida Bar Association is warning people seeking advice on immigration to avoid using non-lawyers for such advice. Notaries, or notarios, allegedly have been preying on those looking for legal guidance on immigration issues by offering unqualified advice and illegal services.

Punta Gorda attorney still practicing law, despite facing heroin trafficking charges

By Cassandra Stone | Nov 18, 2016

PUNTA GORDA -  Criminal defense attorney Steven Burch continues to practice law despite facing federal charges for trafficking heroin. 

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