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Florida Man Arrested for Cultivating Marijuana After Offering to Cops

By O'Mara Law Group |

I don’t know why this seems to happen in my home state of Florida more than anywhere else, but here it is… A Florida man was arrested in Bunnell after inviting local police to check out his cannabis plant that he had grown and to smoke some with him. A body camera captured the… Read More »

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Florida Divorce Basics You Need to Know

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Going through a divorce, especially in Florida, can be a long, tedious process. The state has several complex statutes that you must navigate successfully, that’s why you shouldn’t try to go through the process alone. The Orlando contested divorce attorneys at O’Mara Law Group have the experience to help you get through the process… Read More »

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Blame My Genes, Not Me.

By O'Mara Law Group |

A criminal defendant in New Mexico, Anthony Yepez, wants to use neuroscience as a defense to his admittedly criminal act. Yepez didn’t merely wander the streets screaming, nor steal something because of some irresistible impulse to have it. No, Yepez beat a 75‑year-old man to death while he was drunk. Now, in effect, he… Read More »

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Sanctuary Cities: Patriotism or Criminality?

By O'Mara Law Group |

The term sanctuary has long held a place of esteem in our religious vernacular. It harkens back to the days when people were persecuted because of a political or religious belief. The church would use its authority to protect individuals and, in effect, to use that God-imbued authority to stand up against the government. … Read More »

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So You Think You’re Ready for a Divorce? Here’s What You Need to Know

By O'Mara Law Group |

If you’re getting ready for a divorce, you might be feeling conflicted, confused, and maybe even a little crazy. After all, you’re probably experiencing more extreme emotions than you’ve ever felt in your life. The decision to get divorced is a huge one, and the process can take a while. You might find that… Read More »

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Why Would I Need to Hire an Attorney?

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There are many reasons why you would need to hire an attorney. The fact of the matter is that before the need for an attorney arises, most people do not consider that they would ever need one in their situation. Believe it or not, a large percentage of small businesses are family businesses. Even… Read More »

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Sexual Crimes and the Law

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Sex offender; it’s a generic term that covers a wide variety of criminal involvement in any sex crime act. But its effect can be devastating. Sex offenders are traditionally required to register with local governments and become branded by societal perceptions. Not only are the cases significant and dangerous, the public view of such… Read More »

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Are Prenuptial Agreements Really Necessary, and Can I Use a Regular Family Lawyer?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Compassion plays a major role in the ease of a transition in family dynamics. The O’Mara Law Group practices compassion, consistency and effective representation. Whether you are looking for a simple consultation for legal advice, or full-on representation to see you through your next chapter, it is imperative that you feel confident and comfortable… Read More »

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What is A Postnuptial Agreement?

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Prenuptial agreements are essential today, and are not just to ensure that the original assets return to the original owner should there be a divorce. Prenuptial agreements also help prevent any surprises in court while in duress through this process in the event of a split in partnership. A prenuptial agreement, against popular belief,… Read More »

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Fraud Charge Defense: Embezzlement, Elderly Fraud, Identity Theft and More

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Fraud and financial crimes are greatly dependent on two existing factors: There must be an individual or entity that accepts or takes money or property from another that is illicit. Illicit means the act is illegal in some form, and forbidden by law. The individual or entity in question has used these finances or… Read More »

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