Monthly Archives: January 2016

Florida Supreme Court Clarifies the Inevitable Discovery Doctrine

By Robin Bresky |

On December 10, 2015, the Florida Supreme Court decided Miguel Rodriguez v. State of Florida, case number SC14-160. Mr. Rodriguez had challenged a decision of the Third District Court of Appeal, arguing that it conflicted with decisions of the Florida Supreme Court and other district courts of appeal on the application of the “inevitable… Read More »

Robin Bresky Featured On Radio Show Aired on iHeartRadio and WBZT

By Robin Bresky |

Robin Bresky was featured on the radio show Legal News & Review that was aired on iHeart Radio and WBZT on January 8 discussing appellate matters. Legal News & Review  is co-hosted by Charles Morehead III, President Elect of the Broward County Bar Association, and Gary Singer, member of the Board of Directors & Chair… Read More »

Why is my motion taking so long to be decided?

By Robin Bresky |

Where can I find the rules that govern appeals?

By Robin Bresky |

When can I learn the identity of the judges that will decide my appeal?

By Robin Bresky |

What relief can be obtained in a civil appeal in Florida?

By Robin Bresky |

What is the difference between a trial attorney and an appellate attorney?

By Robin Bresky |

What is the basis for an appeal in Florida?

By Robin Bresky |

What happens if I win on appeal?

By Robin Bresky |

What factors influence a decision to appeal?

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