Stetson students respond to President Obama’s new clemency initiative

The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced a new clemency initiative, designed to prioritize clemency applications for certain non-violent offenders who would likely receive lesser sentences if they were sentenced today. To date, more than 35 Stetson Law students have signed on to assist the Office of the Federal Defender for the Middle District of Florida in identifying former clients who may qualify for the… » Read more


Fox 13 May 2011 Professor Robert Batey

Professor Robert Batey talked with Doug Smith at Fox 13 about the amount of time cop killers spend on death row.


St. Petersburg Times May 2011 Professor Robert Batey

Professor Robert Batey is quoted in the St. Petersburg Times regarding federal sentencing guidelines.


Tampa Tribune May 2011 Professor Cynthia H. DeBose

Professor Cynthia H. DeBose is quoted in the May 10 Tampa Tribune regarding the Julie Schenecker murder trial and divorce.


St. Petersburg Times May 2011 Professor Charles Rose

Professor Charles Rose is quoted regarding the jury selection process in the Casey Anthony trial in the St. Petersburg Times.


Fox 13 News April 2011 Professor Luz Nagle

Professor Luz Nagle is quoted in a Fox 13 news piece about immigration issues and immigrants convicted of crimes.


Bradenton Herald April 2011 Professor Judith Scully

Professor Judith Scully is quoted in the Bradenton Herald article, "Palmetto ex-con freed after DNA test can’t apply for compensation."


Daytona Beach News-Journal April 2011 Professor Robert Batey

Professor Robert Batey is quoted in the April 17 Daytona Beach News-Journal story, "Death sentence starts whirlwind of legal action."


Orlando Sentinel April 2011 Professor Robert Batey

Professor Robert Batey spoke with the Orlando Sentinel about justice for juveniles.


St. Petersburg Times April 2011 Professor Robert Batey

Professor Robert Batey spoke with the St. Petersburg Times for the story, "Pinellas-Pasco judge has defendant's mouth is taped shut."