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National Trial Lawyers Select Controversial Fort Walton Beach Lawyer

by Stephen Cobb on Jan. 10, 2018

Criminal Criminal  Felony Criminal  Misdemeanor 

Summary: 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.

This article was published shortly after Mr. Cobb was inducted into the National Top 100 Trial Lawyers. The public spat with neuroscience deniers was both dramatic and anti-climatic: none of the neuroscience critics took the stand in opposition after the “come to court and try to say that” challenge was issued:

National Trial Lawyers Select Controversial Fort Walton Beach Criminal Defense Lawyer

Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer Routinely Uses Brain Imaging Based Mental Health Evaluations to Eliminate Future Crimes with Effective Treatment and Accountability.

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Florida criminal defense attorney Stephen G. Cobb uses brain imaging routinely.

Florida criminal defense attorney Stephen G. Cobb uses brain imaging routinely.

FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. - April 22, 2013 - PRLog -- Each year, the National Trial Lawyers, an exclusive, invitation- only organization, selects the nation's Top 100 Lawyers. This year, Fort Walton Beach criminal defense attorney Stephen G. Cobb, is a controversial selection.

Florida-based criminal defense attorney, Cobb is certified by the Florida Bar as an expert in criminal law. However, his claim that crime is a medical problem, rather than a moral failure, has been both criticized and praised. Neuroscience research and brain imaging are the foundation of his claim.  

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