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  • Criminal Attorney Gets Bond For Falsely Accused Father The Law Offices of Robert Malove has announced that it has secured bond for one of its clients in an emotionally charged case in which a father was accused of murdering his infant son. Defendant Yosi Mahlab, who has been in custody since he was arrested and charged with murdering his four-month-old son in January...
  • Anchor Arrested For Facebook Posts Lessons Learned from Ebony Dickens If you think you can write whatever you want on Facebook because you are protected by the First Amendment, think again. Ebony Dickens of Georgia suggested black people should “rise up and shoot at every white cop in the nation starting NOW” on her Facebook account. She continued her rant...
  • Healthcare Fraud Attorney Challenges Government's Tactics Florida expert criminal trial law attorney Malove contends that some of the health care fraud issues assume there was intentional deception where none may.
  • Pain Clinics or Pill Mills? Criminal Lawyer Explains A multi-law enforcement agency raid of the Pompano Beach Medical Corp landed seven doctors in jail for drug trafficking.
  • Is Arresting a Pastor for Helping the Homeless the Right Answer? As the plight of homelessness increases, tolerance for the down-and-out is decreasing, or so it seems at least in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  Recently, Broward County Judge John Hurley made more noise with his rulings and opinions than any courtroom gavel ever could. When Michael Cocherns appeared before Judge Hurley for yet another panhandling offense, it...
  • Broward Cops Must Pay $7M To Man They Framed & Convicted Two former Broward Sheriff deputies should pay a man $7 million for framing him in a brutal rape and murder! Read more about his case...
  • FDLE DUI Breath Alcohol Testing Director Resigns FORT LAUDERDALE, Fl. (April 6)  —  A scathing report that Florida Department of Law Enforcement manager Laura Barfield used her state-issued car to carry on an affair and charged thousands in personal expenses to her state credit card has led to her resignation.Barfield was the head of Florida’s alcohol-testing program and an expert witness in...
  • Hit and Run Law Changes Results in Charges Dismissed In 2013, Yellow Cab driver, Michael Brandt was charged with leaving the scene of an accident with a fatality regarding the death of Bernard Williams, 62, who, according to reports, was laying intoxicated in a southbound lane of South Federal Highway in Dania Beach.  On April 15, the case was dismissed and Brandt’s lawyer, criminal...
  • Driving Wile Texting 6 Times More Dangerous than DUI According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), texting while driving is six times more dangerous than driving under the influence of alcohol.  NHTSA reports that sending or receiving a text takes a driver’s eyes off the road for an average of 4.6 seconds, which is the same as — when traveling at 55...
  • NTSB Plan to Lower BAC Legal Limit On May 14, the National Transportation Safety Board  recommended that the states reduce the legal limit for blood-alcohol concentration in DUI cases by more than a third, from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent. The NTSB voted for a number of other recommendations, including a requirement that anyone convicted of driving drunk be required to install an...
  • Stay Ahead of Changing Laws in Healthcare Fraud The nationwide Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Program (HCFAC) was established in 1996 by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The program is the result of a joint effort between several major law enforcement bodies–the Health and Human Services (HHS), along with the Department of Justice (DOJ). Together these two agencies jointly...
  • Traffic Fatalities Up in 2012. Alcohol Not to Blame After six consecutive years of declining fatalities on our nation’s highways, the National Highway Traffic & Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that motor vehicle crashes and fatalities increased in 2012. The nation lost 33,561 people in crashes on roadways during 2012, compared to 32,479 in 2011.Over the last two years most fatal motor vehicle accidents have...