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September 6, 2020
Florida Bar News and Notes

From the September 1, 2020 edition of the Florida Bar Association's News and Notes: Reggie Garcia of Reginald R. Garcia, P.A., presented, “Prison Medical Release and Other Early Release Strategies,” for the National Trial Lawyers Criminal Defense Playbook Series CLE Webinar.

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August 9, 2020
Hastings Tribune: Many who have died of COVID-19 in Florida's prisons were eligible for parole

Hastings Tribune reprinted an article from Orlando Sentinel, in which Reggie Garcia was quoted about speeding the process of grating supervised release to those eligible. Reggie Garcia, an attorney who has written a book about Florida's parole system, estimated it typically takes 10 years after someone becomes eligible for parole for the commission to grant […]

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August 8, 2020
Orlando Sentinel: Many who have died of COVID-19 in Florida’s prisons were eligible for parole

Reggie was quoted in the Orlando Sentinel about recent COVID-19 deaths among Florida's inmates: Reggie Garcia, an attorney who has written a book about Florida’s parole system, estimated it typically takes 10 years after someone becomes parole eligible for the commission to grant supervised release. “I wish the process went faster, especially because of the […]

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July 28, 2020
Florida Defender: Prison Conditional Medical Release

The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers ran an updated version of Reggie's article on conditional medical release - "Prison Conditional Medical Release: Good for Public Health and Safety, Taxpayers and Inmates." Download and read a PDF version of the article by clicking "Download" below.

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July 2, 2020
WFSU Public Media: The Fight To Vote Part 2: History Of Florida's Voter Disenfranchisement

Reggie interviewed for WFSU's "The Fight To Vote Part 2: History Of Florida's Voter Disenfranchisement": "They create two categories of restoration of civil rights, essentially violent and non-violent offenses," explained clemency lawyer Reggie Garcia. " If it’s a non-violent offense, you have to wait five years from the conclusion of prison or probation before you […]

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June 1, 2020
Criminal Defense Webinar: Prison Medical Release and Other Early Release Strategies

Reggie will be featured with Eric Romano on The National Trial Lawyers' Webinar on Prison Medical Release and Other Early Release Strategies as part of its Criminal Defense Playbook Series. The webinar will be held on Wednesday, June 3rd from 1 PM to 2 PM. To watch the webinar, you can register online at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8843957369584696332.

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May 27, 2020
Capitol News Service: Federal Judge Rules Indigent Felons Must Be Allowed to Vote

Reggie was interviewed by Capitol News Service on the federal judge ruling felons can register to vote: Clemency lawyer Reggie Garcia noted the ruling also states if you were appointed a public defender or had your financial obligations converted to civil leans you will be automatically allowed to register. Court fees alone can also not […]

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May 14, 2020
The Palm Beach Post: Point of View: Officials should order ‘conditional medical release’ for Florida prison, jail inmates

Reggie Garcia's editorial appeared in The Palm Beach Post. The DOC doctors and medical staff have the power to diagnose the inmate and determine that an inmate is qualified for a conditional medical release. DOC then makes an agency referral to the COR, which has the sole discretion to approve or deny any release. The […]

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May 11, 2020
WCTV: Usual Suspects -

Reggie Garcia appeared on WCTV's Usual Suspects, hosted by Gary Yordon, to discuss COVID-19's impact on prisoners and staff in Florida's correctional institutions. Reggie advocates the use of conditional medical release for inmates susceptible to the effects of the novel Coronavirus. Watch the full show on WCTV's website.

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