Drones can be used for almost anything that involves gathering information and presenting it in a way that makes sense. That includes the field of criminal law, especially when accident reconstruction is part of the defense.
Today’s episode features a panel discussion at the FSU College of Law. I joined Tallahassee criminal defense lawyer Don Pumphrey, Jr. to speak to the FSU Aviation and Space Law Society. Our talk circled around the idea of using drones in criminal defense, and much, much more.
Our talk went into areas like federal preemption, why drone law is an especially important branch of “robotics law” generally, how law students can help new industries, and why drone law is like Monday Night Football.
Join us as we explore these issues with lawyers of the future.
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