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October 13, 2015
Capitol News Service: Florida Death Penalty Rules Could Change

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday morning in a case that could have a huge impact in Florida.  Timothy Hurst was sentenced to death for a 1998 murder of his manager at a Pensacola Popeye's. Hurst tied the manager up and stabbed her to death in the freezer. A jury came to […]

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September 14, 2015
Florida News Service: Criminal Justice Issues Discussed

Tallahassee clemency and parole lawyer Reggie Garcia will speak to students and faculty at St. Petersburg College about criminal-justice, transition and re-entry issues. (St. Petersburg College, Downtown Campus, 244 Second Ave. North, St. Petersburg.)

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September 11, 2015
Bay News 9/Central Florida 13: Advocates hope to get felon voting rights on 2016 ballot

In a drive that could have sweeping electoral implications, advocates for Florida's roughly two million convicted felons are working to place an amendment on the 2016 ballot that would reverse the state's policy against the automatic restoration of felon voting rights. "To get on the ballot, usually, that can only be done with paid signature […]

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September 1, 2015
Tallahassee Magazine: How To Leave Prison Early

Reggie Garcia's book "How to Leave Prison Early: Florida clemency, parole and work release" is mentioned in Tallahassee Magazine. Read more.

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August 1, 2015
The Walton Sun (Halifax Media Group): How To Leave Prison Early

Florida clemency lawyer and lobbyist, Reggie Garcia, profile and review of his book, "How to Leave Prison Early: Florida clemency, parole and work release" appeared in the Walton Sun.

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August 1, 2015
Tampa Bay Times: SPC program aims to help citizens with criminal records

Tallahassee clemency and parole lawyer Reggie Garcia will speak September 14th to students and faculty at St. Petersburg College about criminal-justice, transition and re-entry issues.

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August 1, 2015
Innocence Project: Highlights for Steppin' Out 2015

The 4th Annual Stepping Out with the Innocence Project of Florida was held on April 16th at Mission San Luis in Tallahassee. The evening was filled with encouragement and hope. This really was a special time to be able to honor the exonerated and their families and look forward to what we would like to […]

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July 22, 2015
Capital News Service: New Idea Could Bring More Lawyers to State

Clemency lawyer Reggie Garcia is hesitant. He says Florida's laws can be different than any other state. "No offense to other states, but particularly our smaller states that don't have as many residents that don't have the same laws we do. Our legislature, as you know from covering them meets every year for 60 days, […]

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July 21, 2015
The Destin Log: How To Leave Prison Early: Florida lawyer pens book on clemency

President Barack Obama has been focusing on national prison reform in the past month, as he recently commuted 46 inmates serving federal prison sentences.  Now, Florida clemency lawyer and lobbyist, Reggie Garcia aims to bring that same message of reform to his home state with his new book, "How to Leave Prison Early: Florida clemency, […]

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