Judge K. Michael Moore, Chief Judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, issued a new Administrative Order on August 11, 2020. Administrative Order 2020-53 further suspends federal jury trials in the district until January 4, 2021.  The Court has also suspended Grand Jury proceedings until the same date.  Civil…

The 2020 Judicial Endorsement Forum is only 2 weeks away! In anticipation of this always educational and lively event, we are posting the Candidate Pamphlet below so you can read and learn about the candidates before the forum. Simply click on the link below to download!   2020 JEF Candidate Pamphlet   Don’t forget to…

On April 21, 2020, the League, along with the Miami Chapter of the FACDL, hosted a virtual Zoom happy hour training on litigating virtually in criminal court with Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Miguel M. De la O. In this training, Judge De la O covered topics ranging from how Zoom works and Zoom courtroom etiquette to…

This Information is Current as of March 24, 2020: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic currently affecting our nation, both the Florida Supreme Court and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida have issued order concerning the status of jury trials and other hearings. Both Courts have temporarily suspended trials and all…

  Continuing its mission to present the perspective of prosecutors in issues affecting the criminal justice system, the LOP recently filed an amicus brief in the Florida Supreme Court arguing against the 2017 amendments to Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law.  Click the following link to view the League’s brief: love SC18-747 league of prosecutors amicus brief…

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