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Police Shooting Results in Settlement, But Victim’s Family Wants Charges

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

All over the U.S., Americans watching Daniel Chauvin slowly kill George Floyd have left us as a country wondering about accountability for police officers. Typically, police officers who kill in the line of duty are subject to an internal investigation. These shootings are almost always declared “justified” by the State Attorney. Such was the… Read More »

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Police Find 16 lbs of Marijuana in Jail Deputy’s Home

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A Palm Beach deputy has resigned after she and her husband were caught with 16 lbs. of marijuana in their home. According to an internal affairs memo, Marquita Perez, 35, resigned in February. She had been an employee of the PBSO jail system for six years. In July of 2017, drug police found more… Read More »

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Criminal Cases Move too Slowly for Families of Victims

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

According to a recent news article from Palm Beach Post, about 10% of homicide cases are still making their way through the courts. This has led to a logjam that many find concerning, particularly the families of victims who are still awaiting justice. On the flip side of that argument is the need to… Read More »

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Boca Raton Teacher Charged With Possession of Child Pornography

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

A fourth-grade school teacher at Sandpiper Shores Elementary School has been charged with possession of child pornography according to Palm Beach County police. Thirty-seven-year-old Aleck Ford is facing charges of possessing 10 or more images of child pornography and evidence tampering. Police say they tracked down Ford after he downloaded files from a peer-to-peer… Read More »

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Man Who Pulled Gun in Mask Dispute Will Face No Charges

By The Skier Law Firm, P.A. |

Vincent Scavetta, who pulled a gun on a fellow customer at a Palm Beach County Walmart, will not face charges related to brandishing the weapon. This news comes after the story of Kyle Rittenhouse broke. Rittenhouse is charged with bringing a weapon that was illegal for him to carry at the age of 17… Read More »

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