Brownstone, P.A.

201 N. New York Ave Suite 200
Winter Park, FL 32789, United States

Contact: Robert Sirianni

  • (855) 776-2773

Florida’s Governor Rick Scott Agrees to Support Legislation to Legalize Marijuana Extract for Medical Use

Florida governor Rick Scott has indicated he will sign a law legalizing a certain form of marijuana for medical use. As an Florida appeals attorney can explain, this represents a victory for proponents of medical marijuana…more
| Elections & Politics, Health

Colorado’s Marijuana Sales are Skyrocketing

It hasn’t been long since Colorado officially legalized marijuana, and within a short time period, marijuana sales are already flourishing. According to the Colorado Department of Revenue, in March alone, retail taxes on…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Finance & Banking, Taxation

Lawyers for O.J. Simpson File Latest Appeal to Overturn 2007 Robbery Conviction

In perhaps the most famous murder trial in American history, O.J. Simpson was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and Ron Goldman in 1995. Today, his lawyer’s claim the notoriety from that infamous trial impeded his right to a…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Brevard Judge Accused of Punching Public Defender

When Assistant Public Defender Andrew Weinstock entered the courtroom yesterday, he may have been prepared to exchange some verbal blows if needed with Judge John Murphy, but probably not the physical kind. In a showdown not…more
| Criminal Law

Chuck Yeager Tackles Numerous Legal Battles

After spending the better part of his life accomplishing what most men could only dream of, the legendary General Charles “Chuck” Yeager has been locked up with legal issues for the past few years. Once admired for being a WWII…more
| Real Estate - Residential

Still Awaiting Justice for Colorado’s Horrific Movie Theater Shooting

On July 20, 2012 the entire Nation was struck with terror when news stations on almost every channel reported the mass shooting that occurred in a Colorado movie theater during the midnight screening of the movie The Dark Knight…more
| Criminal Law

5 Things You Didnt Know About Habeas Corpus Relief

“Habeas corpus” is a term that originated in English common law. It is meant to protect individuals from being illegally imprisoned. Someone held in custody can file a petition requiring the custodian to provide adequate legal…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

OSHA Wins Victory in Seaworld Case Involving Death of Trainer

Sea World has been at the center of a firestorm of publicity after the death of killer whale trainer, Dawn Brancheau, in 2010. Ms. Brancheau’s death was featured in the documentary film, “Blackfish.” She was apparently dragged…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Big Meech Searches for Clemency

In 2005, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) began indicting members of the Black Mafia Family (BMF) in connection with a multi-state drug distribution ring, targeting over 150 members of the gang. Having strong connections with…more
| Criminal Law

Deathrow Inmate Loses Appeal But State Is Not Yet Equipped to Execute Him

The Facts Leading Up to Ryan’s Conviction - Michael Ryan was convicted of the brutal torture and murder of James Thimm in 1985. Ryan, a cult survivalist leader at the time, was also convicted of killing a five-year-old…more
| Criminal Law

U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Reinstate Arizona Law Criminalizing the Harbor of Illegal Immigrants

The Background of Arizona’s Immigration Reform - Arizona has been a bellwether state in terms of immigration reform. In 2010, the Arizona legislature passed a sweeping immigration package, which was then signed into law…more
| Criminal Law, Immigration Law

Post-Conviction Relief – Why a Guilty Verdict Doesnt Mean the Fight is Over

A guilty verdict at trial seems like the end of what has likely been a long, and difficult process. The period awaiting trial may feel interminable; what happens after is sometimes a longer road with even more unknowns. But…more
| Criminal Law

Defendant Appeals 2013 Conviction of 1950s Murder

An appeal was recently filed in the murder case involving victim Maria Ridulph. John Daniel McCollough was convicted in 2012 of the 1957 slaying, making it one of the oldest cold cases ever prosecuted. An Illinois appeals…more
| Criminal Law

Convicted Penn State Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky Loses Latest Appeal

A Pennsylvania appellate court has denied former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky’s latest appeal. Sandusky was convicted of multiple counts of sexual assault and related charges in 2012 in a case that resulted in the ousting of…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

How a Conflict of State and Local Laws Can Muddy Open Carry Laws

A Texas Federal Appeals Attorney Discusses Texas’s Open Carry Law - Texas is one of a few states that has an “open carry” law, at least as it relates to long guns or rifles. This means that in some circumstances it may be…more
| Conflict of Laws, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
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