News from Total Criminal Defense for November 17 – 21

Florida Budget Crunch Could Eliminate Amber Alerts and Sex Offender Registry

The state of Florida is feeling an economic crunch and has asked all state agencies to trim their budgets. In response to this request to reduce spending, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) has said that it may put two high-profile programs on the chopping block.

Unlikely Support for the Pardon of Convicted Sailors

The Norfolk Four are four Navy sailors who were convicted of the 1997 rape and murder of Michelle Moore-Bosko. These men are now receiving rare support from an unlikely source.

On November 10, 30 former FBI agents, including Jay Cochran, a former assistant director of the FBI, are calling for pardons of the Norfolk Four.

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