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Monthly Archives: September 2020


Former NYPD Officer Sentenced to Seven Years for Providing Armed Security for Sunrise Drug Deal

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

The perks of one’s job are sweeter when shared with family and friends.  What lawyer does not delight in bringing his or her children to the office on teacher planning days and seeing them draw pictures on legal pads, then tear off the pages they used and display their drawings on the fridge?  Many… Read More »

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Jude Faccidomo Quoted in the Miami Herald article “Jury trials to slowly return in Miami, but Zoom court will go on, sparking new controversy”

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

“What we are dealing with is the old ‘Jurassic Park’ argument. The courts seem so consumed with whether they can hold these hearings, they haven’t really stopped to think if they should,” said Jude Faccidomo, of Miami, the group’s president-elect. “These are difficult times, but if history has taught us anything, the most important… Read More »

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Former Police Officer Sentenced to Four Concurrent Prison Sentences for Forcing Suspected Drunk Driver and Passenger to Run Down Alligator Alley Naked

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

South Florida news headlines tell of numerous abuses by people in positions of authority.  While elected officials, law enforcement officers, and wealthy executives usually are not able to avoid legal consequences for their actions, they are much more likely to get lenient sentences and generous plea deals, so that the sentences they serve seem… Read More »

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Miramar Man Gets 70 Months in Prison for Selling Drugs in Small Quantities on the Dark Web

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

The Internet makes life simpler, except when it doesn’t.  You can buy and sell almost anything online, even illegal and marginally legal drugs.  Perhaps more importantly, you can pretend to be anyone.  Sooner or later, though, your real-life activities will expose the real person behind the online persona.  This was what happened to a… Read More »

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Former Employee of Coral Springs Middle School Sentenced to 75 Years for Sexually Abusing Student

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

Fewer than ten percent of criminal cases go to trial.  Unless the attorneys for the defendant are able to get the charges dropped, the next best option is usually a plea bargain.  Most defendants get a much lighter sentence if they plead guilty to some of their charges than if they fight all of… Read More »

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