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Imprisoned St. Augustine attorney disbarred; accused of stealing more than $100,000 in client funds

By Karen Kidd | Mar 30, 2019

St. Augustine attorney Christopher William Adamec has been disbarred following a March 14 Florida Supreme Court order and his sentencing earlier this year for allegedly stealing client funds, according to a recent announcement by The Florida Bar.

Court refuses to intervene in family disagreement over man's wrongful death settlement

By Charmaine Little | Nov 4, 2018

A court has ruled that it will not intervene in determining who will benefit from a $4.5 million wrong death settlement with the Florida Department of Corrections.

Former prisoner alleges years of poor treatment from health care contractor, employees

By Karen Kidd | May 17, 2018

PENSACOLA (Florida Record) — A former Florida inmate is suing a state corrections health care services provider and three of its employees, alleging years of poor health care he received following a colitis diagnosis, including solitary confinement for using the bathroom, that ultimately left him with a colostomy bag.

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