Kendall Coffey Talks Brett Kavanaugh during the President Clinton Investigation

In an interview with NBC 6, Kendall Coffey had the opportunity to talk about his relationship with Brett Kavanaugh and some of the cases he’s worked on. One that came up was Kavanaugh’s role in the President Clinton investigation. Jackie Nespral stated that thousands of pages have been given to the senate judiciary committee, then …

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Kendall Coffey on Kavanaugh’s Impact on the George W. Bush Florida Vote Recount

News broke that Brett Kavanaugh was a Supreme Court Justice nominee and Kendall Coffey spoke with 7News to weigh in on some of Kavanaugh’s high profile South Florida cases. After Kavanaugh lost the Elián González case he came back and scored a big win. One of Kavanaugh’s most notable wins was in 2000 when he …

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Will Democratic Legislator’s Sit In Force a Vote on Gun Legislation?

In the wake of the worst mass shooting in the history of the United States, advocates of gun control and those opposed to it wondered if there would be an immediate change in gun laws. Senator Susan Collins, a Maine Republican, proposed compromise legislation that prevented people who were on the federal no-fly list from …

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The Supreme Court’s Decision on Marriage Equality

Just as the legacies of President Obama and Chief Justice Roberts have been further defined by the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision, a place in history has been firmly established for Supreme  Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Appointed by President Reagan to the Court in 1988, this generally conservative jurist has cast many  tie-breaking votes but none …

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Supreme Court Hears Brief About Florida’s Death Penalty

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Earlier this month, the American Bar Association filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court of the United States to overturn Florida’s law that allows juries to recommend the death penalty by a majority vote. According to the American Bar Association Journal, “The U.S. Supreme Court appeal concerns the case of Timothy Lee Hurst, a …

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Kendall Coffey: Is a Presumption of Innocence Possible in the Court of Public Opinion?

Kendall Coffey considers the presumption of innocence in the court of public opinion.

2014 was not a good year for comedian Bill Cosby. Cosby has faced myriad sexual assault allegations in the past, but by December 2014, no less than 33 women had come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct. Of that number, only a few women have formally filed charges, but the highly public nature of …

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US vs. Zarabozo

WFOR CBS4 News with Gary Nelson Miami-Ft. Lauderdale Market 7/22/08 6:17 pm GARY NELSON: In federal court his attorneys have argued Zarabozo passed two lie detector tests and in this motion asked the judge to admit the polygraph evidence. But now federal prosecutors claim the defense has been less than truthful, failed to reveal that …

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