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Monthly Archives: July 2020

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Protester Arrested for Spray-Painting “BLM” on Police Property

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A protester is facing charges after spray-painting “BLM” on a pillar attached to the West Palm Beach police department. Police reported that the protester did at least $200 worth of damage. The incident occurred during the Juneteeth demonstration in downtown West Palm Beach. Around 50 gathered around the gathered near the southeast side of… Read More »

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PBSO Deputy in Prison on Child Pornography Charges

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

A Palm Beach Sheriff’s Deputy was sentenced to six years in prison for possession of child pornography. The same officer resigned two weeks after the conviction amid an internal affairs investigation. Adam Godbey began his career as a PBSO officer in 2013. He was accused in 2017 of uploading images containing the sexual exploitation… Read More »

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Former Wide Receiver Antonio Brown Pleads No Contest in Florida

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

A wide receiver once known for running pristine routs and toasting cornerbacks is now in the headlines again for all the wrong reasons. Last year punctuated Brown’s meteoric fall from grace after he was accused of rape by his former trainer. A second woman accused Brown of acting inappropriately toward her after she painted… Read More »

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Video Shows Florida Cop Punching Man in Hospital

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A Florida police officer has resigned from the force and is facing charges after a video showed him slapping and punching a drunk man at the hospital. The police officer, 31-year-old Albert Eckrode, has been arrested on felony battery charges and official misconduct. He is also being charged with a misdemeanor count of filing… Read More »

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Man Charged with Inciting a Riot in Palm Beach

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

A Jacksonville man has been charged by West Palm Beach police with inciting a riot. The man allegedly challenged the deputy chief to a fight and encouraged protesters. Fifty-one-year-old Anthony Richard Couse III is charged with inciting a riot, which is a first-degree felony in Florida and carries a potential sentence of up to… Read More »

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Unpacking the George Floyd Debacle

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

Daniel Chauvin is the man who is singularly responsible for the riots all over our country. He knelt on a man’s neck for nearly 9 minutes causing heart failure. The State of Minnesota charged Chauvin with third-degree murder (more on this in a second) and second-degree manslaughter (involuntary manslaughter). The medical examiner subsequently released… Read More »

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Police Will Not File Charges Against Parents Whose Son Took Car

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

You’ve probably heard this already in your news feed. A five-year-old boy took his parents’ vehicle so that he could drive to California and buy a Lamborghini. The boy made it about two miles before being stopped by Utah highway patrol. But the district attorney says that there is no evidence of neglect. So… Read More »

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Police Accuse Parents of Starving Disabled Girl

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

Palm Beach County is filing charges against Marcus Carl Brown and Felisha Annette Slater after discovering that their 11-year-old daughter weighed 45 lbs and in a state of extreme starvation chewed off parts of her thumb. The pair dropped the daughter off at St. Mary’s Medical Center where doctors had to amputate her thumb… Read More »

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