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This website reports news and case law from both reported cases and news media. As of January 1, 2010, The Florida Bar prohibits the reporting of case results obtained by Florida Lawyers in their own cases. The Florida Bar in many instances also prohibits the use of testimonials. The reported position of Florida Supreme Court can be found here. . In short, The Florida Bar and the Florida Supreme Court have ruled: No testimonials; No characterization of services; No past results. The complete opinion of the Florida Supreme Court is located here. The cases reported here are not past results obtained in Mr. W.F. ''Casey'' Ebsary's cases.

Feel free to discuss the facts of your case with Casey to find out how the law may apply to the facts of your case .

Florida Taser Policy Change - Section 1983 Civil Rights

Taser Civil Rights Lawsuit AttorneyFlorida Civil Rights Attorney W.F. ''Casey'' Ebsary has obtained an amazing internal memo from a local law enforcement agency. No longer will cops roll up on bicycles and Taser riders. You can review this 12 page policy memo by clicking here. Sad it takes a 12 page memo to explain the obvious. The cover letter notes that "shooting a Taser at a moving vehicle is not specifically prohibited . . . ." then continues in a dozen pages to explain why it is not a good idea to shock someone while they are driving a vehicle.

Been Tasered? Tell Me Your Story Toll Free 1-877-793-9290 .

Source: Media Reports and Pensacola Florida Police Department

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Sheriff David Gee Lawsuit Report

Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee is quite busy in Federal Court. Feel free to investigate the numerous cases he has been involved in.


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Sheriff David Gee - Lawsuit Website

In 2005, Hillsborough County Sheriff Gee did not like certain comments made about his agency on the web. In 2009, he decided to cut a certain reporter out of the information loop. The reporter was Senior Reporter Mike Deeson. Read about Sheriff David Gee and his 2005 efforts to silence web critics here.

The 2009 incident sparked protest amongst credentialed media, the Sheriff took the reporter off of the blacklist and a few days later the reporter filed a series of blistering investigative reports about allegations of abuse at the Hillsborough County Jail. Here is a quaint message from the Sheriff's Office about the banned reporter incident:

Hello Everyone,

Today Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee met with WTSP 10 Connects General Manager Ken Tonning and News Director Darren Richards. As a result, the Sheriff's Office is confident they will address our concerns that were posted on 30th September's media release.

In light of WTSP's cooperation, HCSO will rescind the suspension of contact and at this point will reserve any future comments pending the out come of WTSP's internal review.

Thanks,

Deputy Larry McKinnon
 
Read about Sheriff David Gee and his efforts to prevent a reporter from getting to the bottom of abuse allegations under the Sheriff's watch. That story is here.

You can watch the investigative report by Mike Deeson Below.





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Tampa Civil Rights Lawyer on School Searches


Tampa Civil Rights Attorney noted that a thirteen-year-old female student's Fourth Amendment rights were violated when she was subjected to search of her bra and underpants by school officials. The just say no, zero tolerance crowd acted on another student's tip that she had brought over-the-counter drugs to school where there were no reasons to suspect the drugs presented a danger or were concealed in student's underwear. So says the Supreme Court.

When civil rights are violated, Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer, W.F. ''Casey'' Ebsary, Jr. can take wayward government officials back to school. Call Toll Free 1-877-793-9290. Get some help today!

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Source: 21 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S1011a