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Shootout suspect released from charges

Joe Caimano during the Amos Busby Trial

Law Journal Article

A Fresh Look at the State of Staleness in Florida:

The Use of Prior Residential Drug Sales to Establish Probable Cause to Search a Citizen’s Home

The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers honored Joe Caimano by publishing an article of his in its official publication, "The Florida Defender."

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News Articles

Jury Acquits Suspect In South Tampa Rape Case

By Tom Brennan

TAMPA - A jury has acquitted Amos Mequel Busby of charges he grabbed a woman off a South Tampa street and beat and raped her for three hours, even though DNA testimony linked him to the woman.

The jury deliberated for about three hours before acquitting Busby on all charges. He had been charged with kidnapping and seven counts of sexual battery from an incident that happened the morning of Aug. 11, 2005.

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How the 'Big Fish' Pretty Much Got Away

By Joel Anderson, Times Staff Writer

In October 2006, at the start of "Operation Raw Deal," narcotics detectives at the Hernando County Sheriff's Office focused on Marcus Fields.

Fields, who had a lengthy criminal record, could have faced as much as 30 years in prison. But he was sentenced to a year, and after time served is tallied, he'll likely spend about nine months behind bars.

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