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Ayuban Antonio Tomas Achieves Board Certification as a Criminal Trial Advocate with the NBTA
Ayuban Antonio Tomas Achieves Board Certification as a Criminal Trial Advocate with the NBTA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: February 1, 2018 ATTORNEY A. ANTONIO TOMAS ACHIEVES BOARD CERTIFICATION IN CRIMINAL TRIAL LAW BY THE NATIONAL BOARD OF TRIAL ADVOCACY MIAMI/FLORIDA -- The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) is pleased to announce that Ayuban Antonio Tomas of ...

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  • A. Antonio Tomas, Esq. is Board Certified in Tax Law & Criminal Trial Law

    Attorney A. Antonio Tomas of the Law Office of Antonio Tomas, P.A. has earned Florida Board Certification in both tax law and criminal trial law . It ...

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  • Antonio Tomas Secures Acquittal for Client Accused of First Degree Capital Murder

    A. Antonio Tomas has successfully secured the acquittal of Nathaniel Payne-Collins, a 22-year-old Miami-Dade man accused of murder. Payne-Collins, who ...

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  • Client Finally Released after Nearly 10 Years in Prison

    The Law Office of A. Antonio Tomas, P.A. is proud and relieved to announce that our client has finally been released from prison after nearly 10 years ...

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  • Attorney Tomas Appeals First Degree Murder Conviction for Client

    The story of Dwaine Merchant's murder trial, or trials it should be said, is a complicated one. It begins with an arrest after he was accused of ...

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  • Florida's Youngest Inmate on Death Row

    In August, Michael Bargo was convicted of first-degree murder in the brutal killing of Seath Jackson in 2011. Today, he was sentenced to death. At ...

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  • The Facts About Florida's "Stand Your Ground" Law

    Many people have heard of Florida's controversial self-defense law called the "Stand Your Ground" law, especially in light of the recent Trayvon ...

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  • The End of Mandatory Minimum Sentences

    Attorney General Eric Holder recently announced that federal policies are changing, signaling the end of mandatory minimum sentences for low-level and ...

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