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National Trial Lawyers Select Controversial Fort Walton Beach Lawyer

Shortly after a heated and public spat with neuroscience deniers within the medical community, Attorney and Author Stephen G. Cobb, BCS, was inducted into the Top 100 trial lawyers in the United States.

Crime is the Answer

After Mr. Cobb’s public fight with neuroscience deniers, the ABA asked him if he could write a chapter about brain imaging in the courtroom. Since most criminal defense lawyers have no experience using imaging based neuroscience, Mr. Cobb chose prose instead of a citation filled article.

Advanced Plea Bargaining, Chapter 1

Advanced Plea Bargaining is what many families need instead of a jury trial. While it is generally advisable to set every criminal case for a jury trial, the reality is that less than 1% of all criminal cases go to trial.

Advanced Plea Bargaining, Chapter 2

Criminal jury trials are so rare, it has become almost impossible for most defense lawyers to become certified as criminal law specialists like Mr. Cobb. During the pre-trial process there are specific things a client must and must not do in order to prepare for an actual trial by jury.

Title: Is Brain Imaging the Future of Criminal Law?

Mr. Cobb began having clients in need of addiction and/or mental health services undergo forensic brain imaging studies using SPECT in 2005. The results revealed an important change in the paradigm underpinning American criminal justice since the invention of the jury: crime is a brain disorder.

How to properly assert Self Defense in an Orange County Criminal Case?

Article discusses how a self defense argument can be properly made to avoid felony or misdemeanor charges in California.

Can My OC Criminal Case Affect my Family Law Case?

Article discusses if and how a pending criminal charge for domestic violence effects a family law case and vice versa.

What is a Pre-Trial Conference in an Orange County DUI Case?

Article discusses what a pre-trial conference is and how it is handled in a California DUI case.

Are there other alternative sentencing options besides Jail for drug offenses?

Article explains that with proper representation jail can be avoided in drug cases and what alternatives are available.

DWI's: What to do if stopped by police

Should I take the tests? What to do when stopped

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