Padowitz, 40, who grew up in west Broward and is an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern’s law school, has taken a lot of good-natured ribbing from his prosecutor colleagues. They welcomed him back from a trip to New York for a series of TV interviews with a giant poster on his door that labeled […]
But Broward Assistant State Attorney Kenneth Padowitz, who prosecuted Pierce, maintains that jurors are able to weigh video evidence just as easily as any other type.
With the ruling, he said, computer-animated videos will become increasingly popular in criminal courtrooms.
“It gives us the green light,” he said. “This is the first […]
Former Broward Prosecutor Ken Padowitz said the jury in this case will be told that a caregiver in this case is a person responsible for a child’s welfare.
“I don’t see where the debate is here. I think it’s very clear what the law says,” Padowitz said. “The officer wasn’t at that school to be […]
Assistant State Attorney Ken Padowitz sought her cooperation. When she balked, he had her arrested in June. Then she talked and was released.
By LARRY KELLER, Staff Writer
December 6th, 1990 Richard Martin went on trial on Wednesday for the second time on charges that he sexually […]
Confessed Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz To Inherit Over $430K, Prompts Public Defender To Withdraw From Case
CBS4 News asked longtime Broward Prosecutor and Criminal Defense Attorney Ken Padowitz for some perspective.
FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Confessed Parkland killer Nikolas Cruz is about to come into a sizable amount of money. That’s according to a court document filed Wednesday afternoon by Cruz’s lawyers at […]
Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer Ken Padowitz had a client and College Student charged with DUI. The case was tried in front of a Jury for 1 1/2 days in front of Judge Pole. The verdict: NOT GUILTY!
Padowitz was visiting his 92-year-old grandmother when her nurse said she recognized him from the television coverage of the Tate trial.
“At first I was flattered,” Padowitz said. “Then she said, `Yes, I recognize you from your bald spot.’ That’s where the camera was focused every day. Suddenly, I wasn’t so flattered anymore.”
By DAVID GREEN
(Originally Published March 18, 2001 – Miami Herald)
“Prosecutors don’t just seek convictions,” he says, leaning across his desk in a cramped office strewn with boxes of depositions and bundles of autopsy photographs. “They’re charged with a higher moral duty to ensure that justice is done.”
By CAROLINE […]