Entries by CFACDL

Ninth Circuit State Attorney Virtual Candidate Forum, June 11th, 2020, at 6pm

If you couldn’t join us on Thursday, June 11, from 6pm to 8pm, to watch and hear from the Ninth Circuit State Attorney Candidates via a Virtual Candidate Forum, that’s okay! Watch or rewatch the recorded live streamed event on our CFACDL Facebook page.  CFACDL Facebook:https://m.facebook.com/cfacdl/?view_public_for=669782723178457 League of Women Voters Orange County Facebook:https://m.facebook.com/LWVOC/ ACLU Facebook:https://m.facebook.com/groups/814595222005391?group_view_referrer=profile_browser

Defender Summer School, August 8 – 9, 2016

        Defender Summer School will be held at the Church Street Grand Ballroom in downtown Orlando. The conference will offer two days of live presentations by nationally recognized Experts. The costs for Private attorneys is $245, which includes breakfast and buffet lunch both days. Assistant Public Defenders and Regional Counsel attorneys pay $165. […]

2016-2017 CFACDL Election Ballot

OFFICERS   President-Elect *Amanda Sampaio Vice-President *Sean Landers Treasurer *Ben Wurtzel Secretary Alisha Marie Scott *Tom Wieczorek   *Denotes a Candidate recommended by CFACDL’s Board of Directors.   Directors ********UP TO 4 CANDIDATES CAN BE CHOSEN********   *Brice Aikens Andrew Clark *Bob Fisher *Mauricio Hued Conrad Kahn *Ali Kamalzadeh Andrew Moses Bill Ponall Annette Schultz […]

Second Annual Burgers, Beers, Ballots, and Pig Roast

Dear CFACDL Members,  **  Back by Popular Demand  ** CFACDL’s Second Annual Burgers, Beer, and Ballots Will Include a PIG ROAST!  On behalf of the 2015-2016 Executive Board of Directors, we would like to thank you for being such an important part of helping us achieve our core mission and goals.   Please join us as we once […]

CFACDL is hosting a Judicial Forum

CFACDL is hosting a Judicial Forum!   CFACDL members are invited to come out and meet the County and Circuit Court candidates who are in a contested election  to learn more about them as individuals, as well as their thoughts on ethics within the courtroom, utilization of court resources, and community involvement.   Wednesday, May 25, 2016 […]

CFACDL Judicial Poll Survey

As with other local organizations throughout the nation, the Central Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers conducts an annual evaluation of the judicial officers presiding over criminal cases in Central Florida.   This poll is designed to accomplish the following objectives: To provide detailed and constructive feedback to the judiciary to improve the quality of […]

FACDL President Michael Ufferman

April 27, 2016, CFACDL Luncheon CFACDL Members, We have the honor of hosting FACDL President Michael Ufferman. Mr. Ufferman will be our April 27th, 2016, CFACDL Luncheon speaker, where he will be discussing the present and future projects and goals for FACDL and its Regional organizations as well as his work on Graham and Miller […]

1-Day Federal Criminal Practice Seminar

The Federal Defender for the Middle District of Florida, together with CFACDL, will conduct a full-day at the Embassy Suites Hotel – Convention Center Downtown, Tampa, Florida on Friday, April 1, 2016. The cost of the seminar is $125 per person, which includes seminar materials, continental breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks and beverages. As always, the […]

CFACDL’s Annual Durocher and Formet Awards Ceremony

Join us on Wednesday, March 16th, 2016 CFACDL will be hosting our annual Gary L. Formet Sr. and Joe Durocher Awards. CFACDL will also be the recognizing the 53rd Anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright with a brief commemoration. Location: The Ballroom at Dubsdread 549 West Par Street Orlando, FL 32804 Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm Members will enjoy […]

Dozier School for Boys, presented by speaker Ben Montgomery

For more than a century, boys were sent to the Florida School for Boys reformatory in the north Florida town of Marianna. Many were beaten brutally and bear the physical and psychological scars to this day. Many boys, though, never came home. They died, some under mysterious circumstances. They were buried in unmarked graves and […]