What will the Student Disciplinary Hearing determine for Florida State’s Jameis Winston?

FSU’s Winston is facing nothing but bad options. FSU, under federal “title 9” requirements must investigate the sexual assault allegation against Winston. The university’s need to hold a student disciplinary court hearing, puts Winston in danger of being suspended by FSU, and opens the door to a Civil Lawsuit and perhaps criminal charges for assault […]

Sex Trafficking Ring Leader Sentenced to Life in Prison

On behalf of Raymond Giudice P.C. posted in Criminal Defense on Friday, February 21, 2014. The-leader of a sex-trafficking ring that exploited dozens of women was sentenced today in Savannah to life in prison, The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia announced. Joaquin Mendez-Hernandez, also known as “El Flaco,” was sentenced by U.S. […]

Bill Would Let Police Collect DNA Upon Felony Request

On behalf of Raymond Giudice P.C. posted in Criminal Defense on Monday, February 17, 2014. Georgia lawmakers are considering allowing law enforcement officers to collect DNA samples of anyone arrested for a felony, a practice found constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court last year. Senate Bill 135, sponsored by Sen. Josh McKoon, a civil litigator […]

The Golden Hour After an Arrest

In a medical emergency, the treatment you receive during the first hour – often called the “Golden Hour” – can make all the difference between whether you live or die.  In a legal emergency, the “Golden Hour” can mean the difference between being convicted of a crime or having the charges dismissed. Following an arrest, […]

Dekalb cop arrested on child molestation charge

On behalf of Raymond Giudice P.C.  posted in Criminal Defense on Friday, October 25, 2013. A DeKalb County officer was arrested Wednesday and charged with child molestation, police said. Manuel Williams, 49, admitted to the charges and offered his resignation, DeKalb County Police Chief Cedric Alexander said Wednesday. Williams is accused of inappropriately touching a 13-year-old […]

50 Cent pleads ‘no contest’ to vandalism clash with ex-girlfriend

On behalf of Raymond Giudice P.C. posted in Criminal Defense on Tuesday, October 29, 2013. Los Angeles (CNN) — Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson pleaded “no contest” to kicking in his ex-girlfriend’s bedroom door, but a domestic violence charge against the rapper was dropped Monday. A plea agreement with the Los Angeles city attorney allows Jackson […]

Arrest made in abduction, rape outside Gwinnett Walmart

On behalf of Raymond Giudice P.C. posted in Criminal Defense on Wednesday, October 30, 2013. Police have arrested a Lawrenceville teen in connection with an October 20 abduction and rape outside of a Walmart store in Lawrenceville, reports the Gwinnett Daily Post. A woman told police she walked out of Walmart at 1400 Lawrenceville highway […]

CeeLo Green accused of giving woman Ecstacy, but DA declines rape charge

On behalf of Raymond Giudice P.C posted in Criminal Defense on Tuesday, October 22, 2013. Los Angeles (CNN) —  CeeLo Green, a singer who is a coach on the television singing competition “The Voice,” has pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of giving the drug Ecstasy to a woman who also accused him of sexually […]

Guilt plea in ‘Sextortion’ case

On behalf of Raymond Giudice P.C posted in Criminal Defense on Wednesday, October 16, 2013. A Cobb County man has pleaded guilty to charges in what federal prosecutors say is perhaps the most egregious case of “sextortion” in the metro area. Tremain Hutchinson, of Mableton, is to be sentenced Dec. 30 for using social media to gain […]

2 Ex-Navy Football Players to Face Court-Martial in Sex Assault Case

On behalf of Raymond Giudice, P.C. posted in Criminal Defense, Violent Crimes and Sex Crimes on Friday, October 11, 2013. The U.S. Naval Academy superintendent says two of three midshipmen should face a court-martial in a sexual assault case. Vice Adm. Michael Miller on Thursday said he has referred the cases of Midshipmen Eric Graham and Joshua […]