Seltzer Law, P.A., Announces New Client Websites and Television Appearances

February 14, 2012 by David S. Seltzer

First of all, I’m proud to announce that Seltzer Law, P.A., has launched four new, redesigned websites that we believe will better serve our clients. At cybercrimesdefense.com, clients and potential clients can learn about our work representing people accused of sex crimes and crimes involving technology and the Internet. At miamidrugdefenselawyer.com, we talk all about drug crimes and their defense, with a focus on South Florida. At miamifederaldefenselawyer.com, we offer information and legal services for clients accused of a federal crime, which includes many online crimes as well as serious offenses likely to be federally charged, such as money laundering or white-collar offenses. Finally, at seltzerlaw.com, I discuss all types of criminal defense law, including topics covered on the other websites as well as others unique to that site.

Second, I’d like to share the appearances I made this past Friday, Feb. 10, on TruTV’s InSession, to discuss the retrial of Jason Young. Young, of North Carolina, is accused of beating his pregnant wife to death. In fact, he has been tried for that crime and acquitted; he is being tried a second time. In my appearance, broken here into two videos, I discuss potential motives and the forensic evidence the prosecution has. As a criminal defense lawyer, I expressed concern that there’s essentially nothing new here and the prosecution should not expect a different result.

I was also fortunate enough to appear on InSesson on Friday, Feb. 10 to discuss the trial of Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State coach accused of molesting children. I spoke for a few moments, from my perspective as an experienced criminal defense attorney, on whether it makes sense for Sandusky’s defense to keep the trial in State College, Penn., or move it elsewhere in Pennsylvania.

If you’re looking for experienced legal representation for any kind of criminal defense, Seltzer Law, P.A., can help. We understand that law enforcement doesn’t stop working after business hours, so neither do we — you can reach us 24 hours a day and seven days a week at 1-888-THE-DEFENSE (1-888-843-3333) or send us an email.