Proper Use of Character Evidence at Trial

Attorney Adam Pollack recently posted a not-guilty verdict that was obtained on behalf of his client. This demonstrated that Adam is willing to go to trial for his clients and fight for their rights all the way to a jury verdict. However, those victories come from...

Failure to Preserve Appeal in Rape Shield Statute Case

In the case of Cooper v. Florida, the Defendant was convicted of lewd and lascivious battery and molestation. At trial, the court did not allow the Defendant’s attorney to question the accuser regarding her denial of any previous sexual experiences to the police. The...