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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed in Tragic Orlando FreeFall Ride Accident April 27, 2022

What was supposed to be a fun night for Missouri teens on spring break in Florida turned into a tragedy when 14-year-old Tyre Sampson fell from his seat on a FreeFall amusement park ride and died. Now, as the parents and the state of Florida try to make sense of the terrible accident, Sampson’s parents …

Why Is Johnny Depp Suing His Ex-Wife, Amber Heard for $50 Million April 20, 2022

Celebrity divorces can be complicated. When two stars begin breaking up their assets and airing their grievances in front of a huge public audience, it can get messy. In the case of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, it can get messy and expensive. Depp is suing Heard for $50 million. What led to this case, …

Will Self Defense Claim Work in Florida Road Rage Murder Trial? April 11, 2022

When two drivers encountered each other on the narrow and quiet streets of St. Petersburg’s Historic Old Northeast neighborhood, no one would have guessed it would have led to road rage, a shooting, and the death of one man. Now, a trial has finally started almost three years later to determine if the shooter will …

Could Will Smith Face Legal Charges for Slapping Chris Rock at Oscars? March 30, 2022

By now, most Americans have heard the biggest story of the 2022 Oscars. Will Smith walked on stage and slapped Chris Rock across the face. Nothing like this has ever happened in the 92-year history of the Oscars, and the incident left people with many questions. But, one of the most consequential questions is: Could …

Bridgetender Arrested for Manslaughter After Woman Falls to Death March 22, 2022

It seemed like a tragic accident. While 79-year-old Carol Wright was crossing a bridge in West Palm Beach, the drawbridge began to rise. Wright tried to cling to the bridge, but she couldn’t hold on and fell to death. Now, new details reveal that the tragic accident could have been prevented, and the person in …

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T.J. Grimaldi Appears on Court TV to Discuss the Oulson Case

More than eight years after a trip to the movie theater led to the death of Chad Oulson, the man who shot and killed Oulson is finally going to see his day in court. T.J. Grimaldi discusses the case during a guest appearance on Court TV.

Ed Morrell Joins The McIntyre Team At Lakeland Location

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TAMPA-FL, (October 3, 2018) – Eduardo Morrell, Senior Partner at Morrell, P.A. firm, has officially joined McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliott Grimaldi Guito & Matthews, P.A. as of September 1, 2018. Morrell always aspired to be a lawyer and has been practicing law for 30 years. Mr. Morrell founded the Morrell, P.A. firm …

Tampa Attorney Elizabeth Munro joins the law firm of McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliott Grimaldi Guito & Matthews, P.A.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TAMPA-FL (February 8, 2018) – Ms. Elizabeth Munro is the newest attorney at the law offices of McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliott Grimaldi Guito & Matthews, P.A., and she will be bringing her knowledge and experience in the fields of personal injury, trial law, and wrongful death to the firm. Ms. Munro has …

Attorney of Curtis Reeves Files Writ for Prohibition

If you’ve been following the Curtis Reeves’ Stand Your Ground movie theatre slaying story, there has been an update in the case. Mr. Reeves’ attorney, Richard Escobar, has filed a writ for prohibition, requesting that Mr. Reeves is not prosecuted for murder charges. Earlier this year, Judge Susan Barthle ruled that Mr. Reeves was not …

Curtis Reeves’ “Stand Your Ground” Motion Denied in Popcorn Movie Theatre Shooting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Curtis Reeves’ “Stand Your Ground” Motion Denied in Popcorn Movie Theatre Shooting Reeves will face a jury trial TAMPA, FL. (March 10th, 2017) – Judge Susan G. Barthle entered an order today denying Curtis Reeves’ “Stand Your Ground” defense regarding the 2014 movie theatre shooting where Reeves shot and killed Chad Oulson. …

Curtis Reeves’ “Stand Your Ground” Defense Motion Dismissed

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PASCO COUNTY Case No. 2014-216CFAES STATE OF FLORIDA vs CURTIS JUDSON REEVES ORDER DENYING DEFENDANT’S MOTION TO DISMISS PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE §776.013(3) (STAND YOUR GROUND MOTION) This matter came before the court during evidentiary hearing upon defendant’s …

Cobb Theatres restricts media, family of deceased from entering movie theatre during controversial “Stand Your Ground” hearing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TAMPA, FL. (February 23rd 2017) – Cobb Theatres has announced to the State and Defense that they are restricting the media and other individuals from attending the viewing of the theatre as part of the controversial “Stand Your Ground” hearing that began this week. The case revolves around the incident in 2014 …

Curtis Reeves’ Movie Theatre Shooting Case Hearing Set for February 20th 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                        Curtis Reeves’ Movie Theatre Shooting Case Hearing Set for February 20th 2017 Prosecution and Stand Your Ground Defense hearing to take place TAMPA, FL. (February 14, 2017) – A hearing is set for the case of Curtis Reeves next week at the Dade City Courthouse, more than three years after Chad Oulson …