Correction of Jail Credit After Sentencing

September 4th, 2017 by

By: Adam L. Bantner, II, The Bantner Firm, Candidate for Hillsborough County Court Judge, Group 2 Credit for time served prior to sentencing is usually a straight forward matter; it equals the number of days spent in custody from the date of arrest to the date of sentencing. However, the clerk, the court, and counsel Read More







2017 Legislative Update – Criminal Justice Version

May 16th, 2017 by

By: Adam L. Bantner, II Board Certified Criminal Trial Law Attorney Candidate for Hillsborough County Court Judge, Group 2  This article highlights some of the criminal justice related bills that were signed into law by the governor during the 2017 legislative session. The summaries are taken from legislative analyses and any opinions expressed therein do Read More







Use of Video and Surveillance Video in Trial

January 23rd, 2017 by

By: Adam L. Bantner, II, Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney              In modern society, it is not uncommon for people’s actions to be recorded either with or without their knowledge. License plate readers, red light cameras, public space cameras purchased by local, state and federal agencies, bus and taxi cab videos, police body cameras, and Read More







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