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What does FACDL stand for?

FACDL stands for Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers


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Bar Association; American Board of Trial Advocates Miami-Dade Chapter; Asian Pacific American Bar Association of South Florida; Puerto Rican Bar Association of Florida; Miami Lakes Bar; Caribbean Bar Association; Palm Beach County Justice Association; Florida Association for Women Lawyers South Palm Beach Chapter; American Board of Trial Advocates Palm Beach Chapter; Christian Legal Society Palm Beach County Chapter; Federal Bar Association Broward County Chapter; South Asian Bar Association of Florida; Federal Bar Association Palm Beach County Chapter; Broward County Christian Lawyers Association; Florida Association for Woman Lawyers Miami-Dade Chapter; Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Miami Chapter; Gwen S.
Todd Doss, a Lake City criminal defense attorney on the board of directors of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, told the commission that while he has accepted court-appointed conflict cases, he refuses for ethical reasons to sign the contract limiting fees.
The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, along with the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the American Civil Liberties Union, are seeking to join a pending appeal at the Supreme Court challenging the way misdemeanor defendants are informed of their rights in the Fourth Judicial Circuit.
King was sworn in as president of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (FACDL) at the association's 24th Annual Meeting in Palm Beach.
Both the Florida Public Defender Association and the Miami Chapter of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers recently passed resolutions against any proposal to transfer public defender funding to private firms to represent indigent criminal defendants in third-degree felonies in Miami-Dade County.