As crime and criminal are growing faster, so there is no need to check this speed. Whenever a person gets affected by these criminals, he looks for a lawyer to protect him. These people trust lawyers to a large extent. In Florida, in fact, many criminal lawyers. They are best known for their case work policies and effective background. Some names are Bruce James Bryant Bowles, Chasterfield Smith, Juan Ramirez, Michael Mcdnnell, Roy Black, Tim Howard. All of these are very successful and well known. They practiced a lot and won a number of issues.
Bruce R. Jacob was Assistant Attorney General for the state of Florida in 1960. He worked on various issues, the biggest issue was Gideon v. Wainwright, arguing against Gideon. After leaving work, Jacob worked as a private lawyer firm in Holland, Bevis & Smith, now Holland & Knight in Bartow and Lakeland in Florida. He at that time completed his LL. M. degree in Northwestern University, and joined the faculty of Emory University School of Law, where he founded the legal aid for inmates Program at the Atlanta prison.
In 1969, James was appointed by the Supreme Court, counsel for the petitioner in Kaufman v. United States case. He worked as a Research Associate at the center of the criminal investigation, assisted in the creation of Harvard Prison Legal Assistance Project. He then worked as a professor and director of Clinical Program at Ohio State University College of Law, Dean and professor at Mercer University School of Law.
Bryant William Bowles Jr. white bitterly opposed racial integration of public schools in the United States. He joined the Marine camps in 1939, was trained as a bugler, and served in World War II and the Korean War as Corpal.
Michael McDonnell is a Florida civil and criminal trial lawyer that clients have included film legend Hedy Lamarr, baseball hall of Famer Gaylord Perry and members of the band Rush. Recurrences have been featured on Court TV, where he is also a guest commentator.