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The Legal Food Chain Of Evidence

When Can A Confidential Informant’s Identity Be Revealed? Much has been made of the admissibility of testimony from confidential informants, primarily because the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right every defendant to confront the witnesses against him. The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution reads, in part, “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right… more »

Florida Law Video Series Reaches Thousands Of Viewers

Glenn R. Roderman’s recently-completed video series, The Spoken Law, reached more than 20,000 visitors on Facebook after being posted on Glenn’s Facebook page during August and September. The 14-part series was recorded in Glenn’s Fort Lauderdale law offices in late July and edited into the 14 shorts.┬áThe first videos, which discussed criminal defense strategy, case… more »