Kendall Coffey Talks Next Steps for Trump After Manafort, Cohen Convictions

President Donald Trump was not implicated when the verdict was given in Northern Virginia, but a guilty plea in Manhattan did implicate him. However, legal experts say it may be very hard to prove that he actually did anything wrong. They still believe that these two events in court could possibly be bad news for …

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Kendall Coffey on Trump and Mueller

President Donald Trump and his legal team have continuously claimed that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation on the possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia is wasting taxpayer dollars. According to legal experts who have followed the former Trump campaign chairman’s three-week trial, it could lose its impact if Paul Manafort is convicted on …

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Craig Robins Exposed to Punitive Damages in Beef with Ugo Colombo Over Jet

Craig Robins, a Miami Design District developer lost another case, this time against a big name in Miami real estate, Ugo Colombo. Robins was seeking punitive damages in a lengthy case over a private jet that they used to jointly own. The Third Court of Appeal denied Robins’ petition after a lower court allowed Colombo …

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Kendall Coffey Shares Secrets to Being a Successful Businessman

Interview With Miami Me Magazine

In an interview with Miami Me Magazine, former Federal Prosecutor of the Southern District of Florida, Kendall Coffey shared his secrets to being a successful businessman and investor in the United States. Coffey says that there are always people looking for legal assistance to solve complex issues. He added that you need to possess some …

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Spinning Wheels: The Television Interview

Attorney at law, legal analyst, high stakes litigator, and former U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey discusses the importance of the television interview for law spinners. Television interviews can be a great forum for getting a message to the public. But they sometimes offer pain as well as gain because, in many ways, the broadcast venue is …

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Entrapment: Stuck in the Trap or Beating the Rap?

The term entrapment is a favorite of the television law shows. It is frequently understood to mean that when a defendant takes the bait dangled by police, the entrapped defendant can count on an acquittal. The scenarios for setting up defendants are known as “stings” and are a common tool of law enforcement in cases ranging from public corruption to drug deals. Thus, the Department of Justice has long recognized that undercover operations have been “especially effective in public corruption investigations.”

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A Media Primer for Spinners: Silence is Golden, Especially When Required

Kendall Coffey is a former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida and founding member of Coffey Burlington, PL. Learn more about his expertise in law on his personal website: http://kendallcoffey.com/ With legal news, as with diets, some of the most delicious tidbits are off-limits. In fact, some laws make it a federal crime …

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Selective Prosecution: Illegal or Just Unfair?

This is an excerpt from Spinning the Law by Kendall Coffey. The full book is available for purchase on Amazon here. So-called selective prosecution is only illegal if a defendant is singled out for a purpose that is itself wrongful, such as discrimination based on race, gender, or political or religious affiliation. Like claims of a …

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The Lars Larson Show: Director James Comey Fired: An Interview With U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey – May 10th, 2017

Kendall Coffey, one of the top rated business litigation attorneys in Miami, FL, made an appearance on the Lars Larson Show to offer his insight in the recent firing of FBI Director James Comey. Learn more about Mr. Coffey’s law background here: http://www.law.miami.edu/faculty/kendall-coffey Lars Larson: Welcome back to the Lars Larson show. It is Tuesday …

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Kendall Coffey on Fox News: What happens next after Comey ousting? – May 10th, 2017

Kendall Coffey, one of the country’s top litigators presently working as a partner at Coffey Burlington in Miami, Florida, appeared on Fox News’ Fox & Friend to discuss the recent firing of FBI Director James Comey. For more from Mr. Coffey, follow him on Twitter. Abby Huntsman: Welcome back. FBI Director James Comey fired, and …

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