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Kendall Coffey

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Kendall Coffey on Representing Elian Gonzalez and Al Gore

Former lawyer and author, Kendall Coffey sat down with Miami Me magazine to chat about his lawyer practice and some of the things he’s achieved throughout his career. He decided to become a lawyer because in his eyes, lawyers fought for justice. He saw that every person whether they were strong or weak, had the […]

Kendall Coffey’s Interview on the Adam Matos Trial

On the Law & Crime Network, Heather Hansen and Kendall Coffey talk about the Adam Matos case. Coffey emphasized that during this guilt phase of the trial the last person that the defense team wants the jury to hear from is the defendant, Adam Matos. Heather agreed and asked Coffey to elaborate. He says that […]

PoliticKing with Larry King and Kendall Coffey

Kendall Coffey responds to the latest in the Russia Investigation Kendall Coffey responds to the latest in the Russia Investigation: the Trump team turnover of documents to Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Coffey attempts to dispel the notion that what we’re seeing is undoubtedly a conspiracy. Rather, the turnover of documents is a “critical, necessary, and […]

Kendall Coffey: Religious Freedom Is Next Legal Clash

Obama: “America is a place where you can write your own destiny. We are a people who believe that every single child is entitled to life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness. There’s so much more work to be done to extend the full promise of America to every American—but today we can say, […]

Spinning the Law Kendall Coffey

Forcing people to vote is a violation of The Constitution.

See the interview here. Transcription: Obama: In Australia and some other countries there is mandatory voting. It would be transformative if everybody voted. That would counteract money more than anything. If everybody voted, then it would completely change the political map in this country.   Malzberg: You mean fundamentally change the political map? Welcome back […]