Cory C. Strolla, Esq. has been identified as One of the Top DUI Attorneys in Florida by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD)

Cory C. Strolla, attorney-at-law, recently became a member of the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD), LLC, an organization that awards the nation’s best private Driving Under the Influence (DUI) attorneys. NAFDD identifies the top criminal defense attorneys in each state based upon their experience, reputation, and achievements, among other factors. Those who are selected spend a significant portion of their practice representing individuals accused of DUI offenses (sometimes called DWI, DWII, OUI, OVI, OWI or OUII, depending on your State). DUI law is a highly specialized field. Effective DUI attorneys navigate through many complex legal issues, including the lawfulness of stops, detentions, and arrests; the reliability of field sobriety tasks; the accuracy of breath and blood testing methods, including retrograde extrapolations; and driver license ramifications and administrative hearings. The attorneys selected by NAFDD have distinguished themselves by demonstrating particularized knowledge, skill, experience, and expertise in each of these areas, among others. NAFDD’s selection criteria are driven by a number of considerations. To meet eligibility requirements, an attorney (1) must be licensed and in good standing with the state bar organization, (2) must be in private practice, (3) has to have practiced DUI law for at least seven years, and (4) must devote a significant portion of his or her practice to DUI defense. Additional factors include: · Total length of time the attorney has been practicing criminal law · Number of DUI clients the attorney has represented · Jury trial experience · Bench trial experience · DUI case results · Formal DUI training · DUI publications · DUI presentations · Available peer reviews · Available client reviews · DUI-related achievements and/or...

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I am happy with all that you have done for me throughout my case.

I am happy with all that you have done for me throughout my case. I really do appreciate all that you have done for me in this case. You have gone above and beyond without any doubt. I know you are really busy and communication can become difficult with all you deal with on a daily basis. I really hope I never need your services again, but I would not hesitate to contact you for assistance in any matter. I will highly recommend you to any individual in need of your services as you have been outstanding....

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Outstanding results, and a big thank you!

First and foremost, I cannot thank you enough for getting my case thrown out, Mr. Strolla.  The fact that the entire (wrongful) criminal case was not even filed literally days after I hired you and the same day you contacted the prosecutors about my case was amazing.  You delivered everything that we had discussed when I hired you, and for that, I cannot thank you enough for both saving my career and my future! I am forever...

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11 Hurt in Shooting Outside DC Apartments

11 Hurt in Shooting Outside DC Apartments

D.C. police say 11 people have been wounded in a drive-by shooting outside an apartment complex in northwest Washington.Police say 11 people reported injuries and were taken to the hospital after the shooting early Monday on North Capitol Street. One man was shot in the back and seriously wounded, but no one suffered life-threatening injuries. All victims were reported to be conscious, breathing and stable.The shooting happened around 2:10 a.m. in the area of North Capitol Street and New York Avenue. Surveillance video shows shots being fired from two speeding cars in rapid...

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Why I feel the 2nd amendment is still relevant

Why I feel the 2nd amendment is still relevant

This was my response to a fellow defense attorney who questioned why I feel the 2nd Amendment is still relevant, in light of our founding fathers speaking of “a well armed militia, to protect against govt”… First and foremost “automatic weapons” ARE banned and illegal! Secondly, you may need to study up on the history of countries/civilizations that banned weapons that could stop a govt, foreign or domestic, and what happened to those unarmed citizens? Ie. the holocaust. Thirdly, the evil in this world has risen to a level of terrorism that could never have been imagined by our founding fathers to even comprehend that such evil men will do such evil things to citizens. Last, and most importantly, as an attorney, you defend the Bill of Rights (including the 2nd Amendment) and the U. S. Constitution on a daily basis, do you do this out of passion or just to make money to fill your pockets? It amazes me that “defense attorneys” fight, and fight hard, against law enforcement officers (the govt) violating people’s “rights” in a Court of Law, but seem to be the first to try and strip others of the same, because they don’t agree with one that doesn’t either fit into their ideology or political party line! Yes, I am a very strong proponent of the 2nd Amendment, the Right to Bear Arms. But, I fight to protect all of our Rights, not just the ones I “like”. Yes, I believe we would be safer if we were given more rights to arm and protect ourselves and each other. Yes, I firmly believe “open carry” is a better choice than “no carry”. I believe people would be much more respectful and polite to each other, and criminal minds would hesitate more. And yes, I also believe better restrictions could be in place, without banning or criminalizing! I have no problem with higher education, mandatory training, continuing education, and even regulatory fees. But to disarm an entire society for the heinous acts of a few, that is just morally corrupt and disingenuous at the very least. Especially coming from “law makers” and...

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