Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers - Miami Chapter

THE WINNERS OF THE 60TH ANNUAL AWARDS

SATURDAY – MAY 6 – 5:00 PMJW MARRIOTT MARQUIS MIAMI255 BISCAYNE BLVD WAY, MIAMI, FL 33131 GENERAL ADMISSION: $235 JUDGES & GOVERNMENT LAWYERS: $205 TABLE OF 10: $2000 AFTER APRIL 1GENERAL ADMISSION: $260 JUDGES & GOVERNMENT LAWYERS: $225 TABLE OF 10: $2250 REGISTER HERE: Home 1 SATURDAY – MAY 6 – 5:00 PMJW MARRIOTT MARQUIS […]

The Honorable Marcia Cooke

FACDL Miami shares the sentiments of its counterparts in the legal community in mourning the passing of United Statcs District Court Judgc, Marcia G. Cooke, who passed away last week in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan. Judge Cooke was an exceptional jurist who trailblazed her way to becoming the first Black female federal judge in […]

Nomination are Now Open59th FACDL- Miami Annual Awards Gala

Gregg Wenzel Outstanding Young Lawyer’s Award Given in recognition of a young lawyer who exemplifies hard work in the legal area and in service to the community. This award is named in honor of the late Gregg Wenzel who was a strong advocate for his clients and a devoted mentor to his colleagues. Beyond his work […]

Judge Sherer letter

President: Michael Davis President-Elect: Dianne Carames Vice-President: Lauren Krasnoff Secretary: Zena Duncan Treasurer: Keyla Smith Executive Director:  Arlen Santa Maria Immediate Past-President:  Kevin Hellman Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – Miami Chapter November 22, 2022November 22, 2022 Hon.  Jack Tuter Chief Judge, Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Broward County Courthouse 201 SE 6th Street Fort Lauderdale, […]

Statement by the FACDL-Miami Board of Directors

President: Michael T. DavisPresident-Elect: Dianne E. Carames       Vice President: Lauren Field Krasnoff Secretary: Zena X. Duncan Treasurer: Keyla SmithExecutive Director: Arlen Santamaria The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – Miami Chapter is compelled to condemn any false and misleading statements that attack a fundamental right we serve to protect.  Candidates take their positions and experiences […]