Monthly Archives: June 2014

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Wins Rehearing of Order Holding Former Husband in Contempt for Failure to Pay Alimony

By Robin Bresky |

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Wins Rehearing of Order Holding Former Husband in Contempt for Failure to Pay Alimony The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently succeeded on a motion for rehearing of an order that had held our client in contempt for failure to pay alimony. The parties’ marriage was dissolved in 2009…. Read More »

Florida Supreme Court: State Law Prohibits Discrimination on the Basis of Pregnancy

By Robin Bresky |

Florida Supreme Court: State Law Prohibits Discrimination on the Basis of Pregnancy On April 17, 2014, the Florida Supreme Court decided that “discrimination because of sex” under the Florida Civil Rights Act (“FCRA”) includes discrimination based on pregnancy, which is a “natural condition and primary characteristic unique to the female sex.” Delva v. Continental… Read More »

Do all attorneys handle appeals?

By Robin Bresky |

Are there any limitations on what can be raised in a criminal appeal?

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How does a party begin the appellate process?

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What happens if I win an appeal?

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Are there time limitations when filing an appeal or habeas petition?

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Do I need to do anything to appeal my case other than file a notice of appeal?

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How much does it cost to appeal a conviction?

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What makes a strong appellate attorney?

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