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Category Archives: Criminal Defense

Three Things To Know If Charged With Domestic Violence

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Domestic violence charges are becoming more common today. They are often a result of an argument that became heated and emotional on the part of both parties. Sometimes these arguments can result in physical violence, but that is not always the case. Even when a disagreement did not become physical, a person may still… Read More »

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Can I Have My Criminal Record Sealed Or Expunged?

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A criminal conviction will have an impact on you for years to come. You may find it difficult to obtain employment, housing, and even some academic opportunities. It is no wonder then, that so many people who have been convicted want to get their record sealed or expunged. Many people use these terms interchangeably,… Read More »

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What Is Constructive Possession Of Drugs In Florida?

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Florida has some of the strictest drug laws in the entire country and violating them will result in harsh penalties. Most people are aware that if they are caught consuming drugs or with a controlled substance on them, they will face criminal charges. Many others though, are surprised to find charges are being laid… Read More »

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What is the Crime of Vandalism in Florida?

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Panama City Beach, the St. Augustine Marina, and businesses along Florida Boulevard are just a few areas that saw an increase in vandalism over the recent Spring Break. This year, the number of vandalism incidents was so high that the vandals were called “entitled brats” by a number of media outlets. Vandalism is more… Read More »

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Five Defenses to Assault and Battery in Florida

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Recently, the world watched as Will Smith slapped Chris Rock during the Academy Awards. Rock stated almost immediately that he would not be pressing charges, and it does not seem as though California law enforcement is going to pursue the matter, either. Contrary to what many people believe, law enforcement can still lay charges… Read More »

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Dos and Do Not’s When Served with an Injunction

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In Florida, a person can petition the court for an injunction when they fear they will become a victim of domestic violence, such as kidnapping, aggravated assault, or sexual battery. An injunction is essentially a restraining order that prevents the person named within it from contacting the individual that petitioned the courts for it…. Read More »

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Should You Take a Lie Detector Test when Proving Your Innocence?

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When you have been charged with domestic violence, burglary, or another criminal offense, you will do anything to prove your innocence. The prospect of jail time is very scary for most people, and no one wants a permanent criminal record following them around for the rest of their life. You will likely want to… Read More »

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Common Misconceptions About Criminal Law in Florida

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Many people think they understand criminal law, and the criminal process, because they have watched television shows or movies that involve some type of criminal procedure. Real life is not always depicted accurately in the entertainment industry though, and this has led to some common misconceptions about criminal law in Florida. Below, our criminal… Read More »

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There are Many Defenses to Retail Theft in Florida

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The Florida Senate has passed a bill that will impose much harsher penalties on certain individuals who are charged with retail theft. The bill is targeting people who are accused of shoplifting multiple times in different locations over a short period of time. The news makes being charged with retail theft even more frightening,… Read More »

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Four Facts You May Not Know About the Miranda Warning

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The Miranda warning is a result of the landmark case, Miranda v. Arizona. It essentially enforces the Fifth Amendment and makes sure those suspected of a crime do not incriminate themselves when interacting with law enforcement. The Miranda warning is one of the most misunderstood laws in the entire country. People see actors being… Read More »

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