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Nathan Nevins Law is a full service law firm representing both individuals and businesses.

From handling seven figure estates, to receiving acquittals on felony defense work, to representing business clients with multi million dollar revenues, to teaching other lawyers how to practice law, Nathan Nevins Law can help.

Simply put, we work for YOU, the client. Your legal matter is our #1 priority. When you become a client of Nathan Nevins Law, we take care of YOU. We have the intelligence and experience to get the best result possible in your legal matter. Quality legal representation is what we offer to our clients.


Contact us today to see if your matter qualifies for our representation.

Phone: 954-249-3144

Email: Nathan@NathanNevinsLaw.com

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HOW PRESIDENT TRUMP CAN BYPASS THE COURTS AND MAKE HIS TRAVEL BAN STICK

A panel on the 9th circuit court of appeals ruled 3-0 to keep in place a temporary restraining order that stops, for now, President Trump’s travel ban. This is likely headed to the Supreme Court, but it is important to remember that the merits of the case have not yet been decided. There has been … Continue reading HOW PRESIDENT TRUMP CAN BYPASS THE COURTS AND MAKE HIS TRAVEL BAN STICK

FL Appeals Court: Defendants Can Be Forced To Give Up iPhone Password

In a shocking defeat for privacy advocates, the Florida Second District Court of Appeals has ruled that Criminal Defendants may be forced to give up their iPhone password to law enforcement. Tossing aside concerns about the right to remain silent, the Court in State v. Stahl, ruled that the Fifth Amendment did not apply in … Continue reading FL Appeals Court: Defendants Can Be Forced To Give Up iPhone Password

Fl Rep Wants Harsher Punishment for Illegal Immigrants

Florida House Representative Dane Eagle (Cape Coral) has introduced a bill in the Florida Legislature to make criminal offenses to be punished more severely if committed by an illegal immigrant. This bill, filed in December of 2016 and currently in the Criminal Justice Subcommittee, would enhance punishments to the next level offense. For instance, a … Continue reading Fl Rep Wants Harsher Punishment for Illegal Immigrants

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