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  •  Pensacola Attorney Sworn Into The U.S. Supreme Court Bar
    Pensacola Attorney Sworn Into The U.S. Supreme Court Bar

    Pensacola attorney Aaron Watson was sworn into the U.S. Supreme Court Bar on Wednesday, in Washington, D.C. Watson was one of ten practicing attorneys selected by Stetson College of Law for the ...

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  •  The Watson Firm Opens Second Location In Downtown Fort Walton Beach
    The Watson Firm Opens Second Location In Downtown Fort Walton Beach

    The Watson Firm, PLLC handles civil rights cases, police brutality, personal injury , car and truck accidents , employment discrimination , and wrongful death cases. “We are excited to bring our ...

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  • Watson Firm Releases New Television Ad in Pensacola
    Watson Firm Releases New Television Ad in Pensacola

    The Watson Firm, PLLC Pensacola has released a new television advertisement entitled "We Demand Justice." The television ad features attorney Aaron Watson , an accident and injury lawyer in Pensacola. ...

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  • Raymond Sheppard & Leander Kirksey: Musical Mentors for the Ages
    Raymond Sheppard & Leander Kirksey: Musical Mentors for the Ages

    Music can define times and shape history. The following two Pensacola natives were trailblazers, setting the stage for black youth to take center stage in bands throughout Florida. Raymond “Ray Shep” ...

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  • Black History Spotlight: America's First Black Four-Star General, Chappie James
    Black History Spotlight: America's First Black Four-Star General, Chappie James

    Living in Pensacola, we are blessed to come across war heroes stationed in our city and surrounding communities. Today, we honor a hero of heroes, Daniel “Chappie” James, Jr. (1920-1978), native of ...

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  • Black History Spotlight: Pensacola Lawyer Founded a University (FAMU)
    Black History Spotlight: Pensacola Lawyer Founded a University (FAMU)

    Thomas DeSaille Tucker (7/21/1844 – 1903) was an African-born educator, lawyer, and missionary that made notable differences in the educational backgrounds of former slaves and the African American ...

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