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DeWitt Law Radio ShowTune into the DeWitt Law Review every Sunday at 10am on Central Florida's FM 96.5 WDBO to learn how Florida’s legal issues affect you. Sherri DeWitt reviews the latest legal topics affecting the citizens of Central Florida and takes your calls. To ask Sherri a question, send her an email. Recent discussions on the radio show include condominium law, contractual rights and child support cases. You can visit the DeWitt Law Facebook page for live show notifications and to interact with the radio show. Archived audio of these shows can be found below. Simply click the play button and the program will start immediately. If you'd like to suggest a topic for a future show or ask Sherri DeWitt a legal question, follow the email link above. Thanks for listening to DeWitt Law Review on FM 96.5 WDBO!

Case Study: Statute of Limitations as Applied to Foreclosure Actions

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This week’s topic: A look into two cases dealing with the statute of limitations as applied to foreclosure actions.

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    Gov. Scott Vetoes Proposed Alimony Legislature

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    This week’s topic: Sherri discusses the reasons why Gov. Scott vetoed the alimony and child support legislature that was approved by the house and state senate.

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      Proposed Alimony Bill on the Desk of Gov. Scott

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      This week’s topic: A review of the proposed alimony bill, legislature that both the house and senate have passed now sits on the desk of Gov. Scott.

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        Florida Legislature Update: Medical Marijuana Approved; New Restrictions on Abortion Clinics

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        Sherri DeWitt takes time to break down the recent happenings with the Florida State Legislative sessions. With sixty eight new bills signed into Florida law, there is a lot to discuss. Sherri takes time to break down two controversial bills signed in by Govenor Rick Scott: 1) medical marijuana is now legal in the state of Florida and 2) House Bill 1411 which puts new restrictions and regulations on abortion clinics.

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          Cases in the News: Personal Injury and Slip & Fall

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          Sherri takes some time at the beginning of the show to give the listeners a follow up on the proposed alimony laws in the state of Florida. She then moves on to discuss recent cases in the news regarding personal injury law. Specifically, Sherri DeWitt discusses slip and fall cases.

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            The Aftermath of Justice Scalia’s Death

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            This week’s topic: Sherri DeWitt speaks about what will happen in the Supreme Court and future decisions during the election year.

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              WDBO Special: What Happens Next After Justice Scalia’s Sudden Death

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              In a WDBO special report, Sherri DeWitt discusses the next steps for the United States and the Supreme Court after the news of Justice Scalia’s sudden passing.

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                Justice Scalia Has Passed, What Happens Next?

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                This week’s topic: Sherri DeWitt discusses the next steps for the United States and the Supreme Court after the news of Justice Scalia’s sudden passing.

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                  Supreme Court Declares Florida Death Penalty Statute Unconstitutional in Hurst v. Florida

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                  Sherri DeWitt discusses the pending legislation in the Florida state Senate including a review of the Supreme Court’s decision in the Hurst V Florida case where the Supreme Court declared the Florida death penalty statute unconstitutional.

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                    The 2016 Florida Legislative Session Begins

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                    This week’s topic: Sherri reviews what you need to do if you win the lottery! After a caller poses a question, Sherri discusses the 2016 Florida Legislative session and what will be going on in Tallahassee during the next sixty days.

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                      Legal Planning for 2016: Protecting Yourself Legally

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                      This week’s topic: diving into the new year, what do you need to do to legally protect yourself, your assets and your liabilities? Starting off with estate planning and wills, Sherri DeWitt dives into what you need to know to legally prepare yourself for a new year.

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                        The Story Behind The DeWitt Law Firm

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                        This week’s topic: Sherri DeWitt tells the story of the history of DeWitt Law Firm. An overview of the firm’s long history including what practice areas the attorneys focus on.

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                          scott Governor Scott Again Vetoes Alimony Reform Bill

                          Alimony has been a contentious subject in Florida for a number of years and the legislature has made several attempts to change the current alimony statute. Three years ago, Governor Scott vetoed a proposed alimony reform bill because it would apply retroactively.

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                            bigstock-Real-Estate-Lender-Home-Forecl-3098313 Case Study: Statute of Limitations as Applied to Foreclosure Actions

                            This week’s topic: A look into two cases dealing with the statute of limitations as applied to foreclosure actions.

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                              scott Gov. Scott Vetoes Proposed Alimony Legislature

                              This week’s topic: Sherri discusses the reasons why Gov. Scott vetoed the alimony and child support legislature that was approved by the house and state senate.

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