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Flowers Law LLP Trying criminal and civil cases. Flowers Law is a litigation firm dedicated to high-quality, cost-effective and client-centered trial and appellate advocacy.

We try criminal and civil cases. Our clients typically enjoy a marked advantage over the opposition because our decisions rely on legal reasoning which has been forged in the crucible of high-stakes trials. We represent clients in federal and state criminal and civil courts, grand jury investigations, civil agency investigations, internal corporate investigations, arbitration, administrative proceedings and appeals.

Congrats 2 Judge Gleeson 4 winning  Award.Gleeson=courage 2 stand 4 sentencing reform b/f bi-partisan support http://bit...
10/24/2015
NACDL - News Release ~ 10/22/2015

Congrats 2 Judge Gleeson 4 winning Award.Gleeson=courage 2 stand 4 sentencing reform b/f bi-partisan support http://bit.ly/1Ru2Aal

New York, NY (October 22, 2015) – Today, U.S. District Judge John Gleeson of the Eastern District of New York received the prestigious Judicial Recognition Award from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) at the Association's 11th Annual White Collar Seminar & Fall Board Meeti…

D.C. Circuit Judge Gives Advice on How to Talk to Police
04/22/2015
D.C. Circuit Judge Gives Advice on How to Talk to Police

D.C. Circuit Judge Gives Advice on How to Talk to Police

D.C. Circuit Judge Janice Rogers Brown on Tuesday urged citizens to exercise their right to end what are supposed to voluntary encounters with D.C. police. B...

Judge Rakoff on sentencing statutes gone amok and the responsibility of lawyers and judges. . .
04/14/2015
Judge Rakoff Speaks Out at Harvard Conference: Full Speech | Big Law Business

Judge Rakoff on sentencing statutes gone amok and the responsibility of lawyers and judges. . .

Judge Rakoff Speaks Out at Harvard Conference: Full Speech Managing Partner The Legal Market17 mins ago Editor’s Note: This post contains a speech delivered by New York federal judge Jed Rakoff at a law conference on Friday at Harvard Law School. The speech, titled, “Mass Incarceration and the ‘Four…

NACDL - News Release ~ 04/08/2015
04/10/2015
NACDL - News Release ~ 04/08/2015

NACDL - News Release ~ 04/08/2015

Washington, DC (April 8, 2015) – Today, USA Today reported that for more than 20 years, from 1992 to 2013, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was harvesting and secretly storing records of billions of Americans' international phone calls "in a program that provided a blueprint for the fa…

Will Congress listen to Justice Kennedy's plea on criminal justice reform?
04/06/2015
Justice Kennedy’s Plea to Congress

Will Congress listen to Justice Kennedy's plea on criminal justice reform?

In a recent hearing, he was right to remind lawmakers of America’s “broken” criminal justice system.

Let's hope there are more to come.
03/31/2015
NACDL - News Release ~ 03/31/2015

Let's hope there are more to come.

Washington, DC (March 31, 2015) – Today's 22 clemency grants, including in cases in which clemency was supported by volunteer lawyers through Clemency Project 2014, indicates that the Obama Administration is beginning to deliver on its promise of a significantly increased exercise of its executive c…

Good points here on constitutional boundaries of congressional power.
03/29/2015
A battle of wills on D.C.’s pot law

Good points here on constitutional boundaries of congressional power.

A congressman’s letter to Mayor Muriel Bowser reads like a subpoena.

Do gov't. run cell phone trackers (aka Stingrays) violate the 4th Am.?  Who knows.  The public isn't allowed to ask. htt...
03/16/2015
A Police Gadget Tracks Phones? Shhh! It’s Secret

Do gov't. run cell phone trackers (aka Stingrays) violate the 4th Am.? Who knows. The public isn't allowed to ask. http://nyti.ms/1AtkPUl

A growing number of law enforcement agencies have acquired sophisticated surveillance technology to track cellphones but have done so with an unusual restriction: They must not talk about it.

Argument preview: The Confrontation Clause, once more
02/28/2015
Argument preview: The Confrontation Clause, once more

Argument preview: The Confrontation Clause, once more

At 11 a.m. Monday, the Supreme Court will hold one hour of oral argument to continue to explore the constitutional right of an accused person to confront at trial the witnesses for the prosecution. Arguing for the state in Ohio v. Clark will be Matthew E. Meyer of Cleveland, an assistant prosecu

Opinion analysis: A fisherman slips through federal prosecutors' net
02/26/2015
Opinion analysis: A fisherman slips through federal prosecutors' net

Opinion analysis: A fisherman slips through federal prosecutors' net

Analysis In opinions using a boatload of fishing metaphors, a divided Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that a federal criminal law against destroying corporate records cannot be used against a commercial fisherman for throwing undersized fish overboard to avoid prosecution. The ruling split

Gitmo Conviction Vacated.
02/21/2015
NACDL - News Release ~ 02/19/2015

Gitmo Conviction Vacated.

Washington, DC (February 19, 2015) – On Wednesday, a military appeals court overruled the conviction of David Hicks, the first person to be convicted of a war crime by a military commission at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. In 2007, Mr. Hicks, an Australian, pleaded guilty to a single charge of providing mat…

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For freedom, gov't. made Nader Modanlo forgo his appeal re: gov't. use of basically secret evidence to convict him. http://nyti.ms/1QRQCu0
Judge Gleeson was one of the best federal judges in the country. Thank you Your Honor for your service.

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A Good Day 4 wrongly accused former mayor Vincent Gray, def. attny. Bob Bennett, & new US Attny. Channing Phillips. http://wapo.st/21PxJMr
If wanted GTMO closed & praised his return to Canada, why did US prosecute this child soldier? http://bit.ly/1YEGExP
Where are the deferred prosecution agreements for individuals? Well done Judge Sullivan. http://nyti.ms/1kAIMrL
Congrats 2 Judge Gleeson 4 winning Award.Gleeson=courage 2 stand 4 sentencing reform b/f bi-partisan support http://bit.ly/1Ru2Aal
U.S. Prosecutor to Drop Insider Trading Cases Against Seven http://nyti.ms/1QYvEaa. Congrats to former AFPD Barry Berke !
The trial of three former leaders of the law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf was declared a mistrial http://nyti.ms/1W1lTsX
I’m a public defender. It’s impossible for me to do a good job representing my clients. http://wpo.st/ok_Z0
DOJ requires warrants 4 Stingrays. Shout out 2 friend of firm Judge Barry Williams 4 leading on issue back in 2014. http://wpo.st/e4QZ0
Julian Bond dead at 75. Courage. Inspiration. Greatness. http://wapo.st/1KpFrBa