This year’s legislative session in Florida was packed with proposals from lawmakers. In July, more than 200 new bills became law. Brian Coughlin, Bedell Firm director and attorney, discusses a few key changes in his article titled ‘Commentary: New Florida laws in effect as of July’ for the Jacksonville Daily Record.
In his article, Brian discusses how these new Florida laws impact deposing juveniles, drug crimes, possession of firearms and tort reform. Read Brian’s article in the Jacksonville Daily Record here.
About Brian T. Coughlin
Brian Coughlin is a director at Bedell. He is a former chairperson of The Florida Bar Professional Ethics Committee and a current member of the Board of Governors of the Jacksonville Bar Association. His practice focuses on matters of criminal justice. He is ranked by his peers at the highest level of professional excellence for legal knowledge, communication skills, and ethical standards.
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