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CNBC & Yahoo Finance: She was denied public service loan forgiveness, so she filed a lawsuit

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However, Gus Centrone, a consumer lawyer in Florida, said student loan servicers position themselves as the main source of information for borrowers and therefore do have a responsibility to provide comprehensive and accurate advice. Like Arkovich, he has received calls from hundreds of borrowers who’ve run into problems with the public service loan forgiveness… Read More »

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NY Times: Teachers Sue Navient, Claiming Student Loan Forgiveness Failures

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Gus Centrone, Mr. Cottrill’s lawyer, said he believed Navient’s actions had cost borrowers billions of dollars. “We can’t allow student loan servicers to brazenly lie to people and have no repercussions whatsoever,” Mr. Centrone said. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/03/business/student-loan-forgiveness-lawsuit.html

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Tampa Bay Times: Judge bans Dade City’s Wild Things from owning tigers

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Wild Things attorney Gus Centrone said Friday that his clients will appeal “to the full extent of the law” on grounds that PETA should not have standing under ESA. https://www.tampabay.com/news/courts/civil/Judge-bans-Dade-City-s-Wild-Things-from-owning-tigers_166004115

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Tampa Bay Times: Florida Leads the Nation in the Number of Prisoners Released by Obama

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Many who received clemency had been sentenced to life in prison. Among them is Gulley, the Pensacola man convicted in 1996. Brian Shrader, his attorney, called him this summer to tell him he would be released Sept. 2. “We’ve been over-criminalizing and we’re incarcerating too many people and really doing harm to ourselves,” said… Read More »

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ABC Action News: Student loan nightmare: ‘I have to start all over’

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Her attorney, Gus Centrone, filed two similar lawsuits against the loan servicer Navient this fall. He’s seeking class action statuses. “The harm here is so great there needs to be a remedy for the people who volunteered for public service,” Centrone said. “We’re hearing the same story time and time again. Loan servicers were… Read More »

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NerdWallet: Unhappy With a Rent-A-Center Contract? You Have Options

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If Rent-A-Center has pursued criminal charges against you, your best response is to settle your account, says Gus Centrone, a lawyer in Tampa, Florida, who has represented Rent-A-Center customers in disputes. “People will typically plead no contest or guilty and will have to pay the money back,” Centrone says. But that’s better than spending… Read More »

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Bayfront Hospital Accused of Incorrectly Billing Mother of Triplets

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“We contacted Ohle’s attorney, Gus Centrone of Shrader Law who informed us, “What’s strange is when Miss Ohle questioned the charges, Bayfront told her she didn’t owe them but then turned around and sued her.” According to Pinellas County records Bayfront did indeed file a small claims lawsuit against Ohle in January of this… Read More »

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Shrader Law Helps Innocent Man Accused Of Murder

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Shrader Law in the News: We are working hard to clear the name of an innocent man arrested at his job, jailed for 10 days, then released, all for a murder he did not commit. Yet, for some reason, the criminal case against him remains open.

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Federal Prosecutors Seek To End Harsh Prison Sentences For Low-Level Drug Offenders

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Attorney General Holder has announced that low-level, non-violent drug offenders without gang ties or connections to large-scale drug organizations will no longer be charged by the federal government with crimes that could impose severe mandatory minimum sentences. In the past, those charged with such crimes may face decades in prison for tiny amounts of… Read More »

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Don’t talk to the Police

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We found this excellent video from a law professor explaining why, even if you’re completely innocent and even if you have absolutely nothing to hide, it is never a good idea to talk to the police. If the police ever attempt to interview you, politely and respectfully decline. Then call the lawyers of Shrader… Read More »

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