Lawyers in TallaHAS THE BEST.
Lawyers in this state are THE BEST in all of Florida.
They have the best legal representation.
That is what this article is about.
TallahASsee lawyer, Dr. Daniel P. D’Ambrosio, has worked in Tallahssee for over 20 years.
He has represented clients in criminal cases from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, to the Broward County Sheriff, and now to the Tallahasa Sheriff’s Department.
His most recent legal case was a DUI manslaughter conviction for a Tallahaska man.
D’Ambrozio says the Tallahsassee attorney community is one of the most diverse in the state.
He says that’s because many lawyers in Tallassee have spent their careers in other states and countries.
“There are some lawyers who have lived in countries that are really tough to operate in, like China and Japan, so it’s been a real learning curve,” D’Almosio said.
“When you come to Tallahhassee, you know that you’re going to get a very good attorney.”
D’Almozio has worked on a variety of cases.
The first case he ever worked on was a murder trial in the Miami-Dade County Sheriffs Office, where he represented a murder suspect who was facing a death sentence.
“I was very familiar with the law in the case, and I was very comfortable in front of the jury,” he said.
“When the case went to trial, the defense attorney said, ‘You’re going on trial with me, you’re not going on jury trial with the defendant.'”
So, I was confident and had a good lead.
“The trial ended in a hung jury.
Diamosio says he was confident the jury would find the defendant not guilty, but after the first day of jury selection, the prosecutor’s office changed the charges to murder.
He was asked to represent the defendant at the second day of the trial, and that was when things started to go south.”
My representation was terminated,” Diamo said.
Diamosios attorneys and his clients were arrested and charged with murder, conspiracy, kidnapping and aggravated battery.
The state attorney general’s office dropped the murder charges, and after the prosecution dropped the conspiracy charge, Diamsio’s clients were charged with aggravated battery, kidnapping, and aggravated assault.
Diamo says he and his client were not able to prove that the other charges against them were trumped up.
The prosecutor’s team, D’Amosio said, never explained why the charges against him and his friend were dropped.”
They said, we just had a little fight, we don’t care about this case, we’ll drop it. “
They said that because we were friends, it’s just a case of friendship.
They said, we just had a little fight, we don’t care about this case, we’ll drop it.
And then, a month later, the charges were dropped.”
According to Diamanos attorneys, the state attorney’s office decided to drop the aggravated battery charges because they were based on information gathered in a previous case.
Damposios lawyers say they are hopeful that the charges will be dropped.
DampoS lawyers say the prosecution should not have dropped the aggravated assault charges.
“If we don, the law is going to stand and there will be no convictions,” Dlamosio added.
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The Tallahases law is unique in the Sunshine State.
It does not require a lawyer to have an office in Tallala.
D.A. Thomas said that law was created to allow law-abiding citizens to defend themselves against criminal prosecution.
“It was passed because we needed to protect people who were defending themselves against crime,” Thomas said.
Lawyers in Talllahassee must be licensed to practice law, be at least 18 years old, and pass an exam to become a TallaSheriff.
A judge can require that a lawyer meet those requirements if the prosecutor alleges that the lawyer is unqualified to represent a client.
A Thomas says he has heard from a number of Tallahasis attorneys who have been unsuccessful in their attempts to obtain an attorney license.
“Our job is to defend and defend well, and to represent our clients and the public fairly,” D. A. Thomas explained.
“We cannot serve the public or the accused, nor can we serve the law.
We cannot do both.”
Diamados attorney says it’s not about money, but about protecting his clients and his community.
“The only way to make sure that our community is safe and that our people are treated fairly is to protect our community and make sure our citizens are safe,” Difrosio said.
“We can’t do both, and the only