AboutThis blog is maintained by The Law Office of Eric Roper, P.A., and is devoted to current legal issues in the fields of criminal defense, military law, and maritime transportation.
- Drug sniffing dogs and the Fourth Amendment
- Gideon v. Wainwright and the Right to Counsel
- Miranda warnings vs. Article 31(b), UCMJ rights: What’s the difference?
- Florida 1st District Court of Appeals reverses conviction and sentence for felony drug trafficking
- When is a false statement “official” under the Uniform Code of Military Justice?
Monthly Archives: March 2011
If you are in the military and find yourself in state court, either as a party to a civil case such as a divorce or as a defendant in a criminal case, your lawyer should know what effect the state … Continue reading
As a criminal defense lawyer, I often get questions about when the police are required to read a suspect their “Miranda” rights and what it means for their case if they don’t read them those rights. If you have tuned … Continue reading
Search the phrase “military divorce” and the old Google-machine will spit back over 3 million hits. Despite an increased focus by the military on providing marital and family support services, including counseling, child care, and stress management courses, about 3.5% … Continue reading