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Chapter 893 Suspension

Posted March 10, 2014Information

If you are convicted or “adjudicated guilty” of a drug possession charge in Florida you will face potential jail, prison, and almost certainly some form of probation. Drug possession probation also will usually bring community service hours, fines, court costs, and often times pricey mandatory counseling. 

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Florida House of Representatives - HB 733

Posted March 5, 2014Information, News

Last month, a Florida lawmaker proposed a new bill that is seeking to end cooperation between local law enforcement officials and U.S. agents in enforcing federal gun laws. Rep. Dane Eagle, R-Cape Coral, submitted HB 733, otherwise known as the “Second Amendment Protection Act,” but lawmakers say it has the legislation is based on the rights afforded to Florida under the 10th Amendment as well. Criminal defense lawyers in Seminole County say that the proposed measure would bring gun control issues back to the state for legislation and enforcement. 

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Man Accused in 2008 Shooting Claims Self-Defense

Posted March 2, 2014News

In the last few years, Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law has been tested in several criminal courts, most notably in the case of George Zimmerman that wrapped up last year. Now, criminal defense lawyers in Sanford report that a Miami man is using the state law to defend his actions in a 2008 shooting that left two men dead. 

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Community for Sex Offenders Offers Fresh Start

Posted February 27, 2014News

A town in Florida is creating a safe haven for the state’s convicted sex offenders, offering protection and privacy for both its residents and the surrounding communities, sex crimes attorneys in Seminole County say. In Miracle Village, between 115 to 120 mostly male residents, all who have spent time behind bars for various sex crimes in Florida. The village, located near Pahokee, in the swamps of southern Florida, offers these people a chance to get back on their feet, while remaining in compliance with the state’s regulations regarding sex crimes. 

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Veterans Court

Posted February 23, 2014News

A diversionary program that many individuals who are charged with a crime may not know about in Central Florida is Veterans Court. Currently Seminole and Orange Counties have debuted versions of...

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Motion to Suppress

Posted February 17, 2014Information

A Motion to Suppress is a tool that is often used by a skilled Criminal Defense Lawyer to have a case thrown out. That said, most people do not understand what a Motion to Suppress actually is and...

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Fresh Pursuit

Posted February 12, 2014Information

Many times someone will ask how can an officer that is not in their proper jurisdiction make an arrest? Usually, the answer is the Doctrine of Fresh Pursuit. Fresh pursuit is often seen when a law...

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Bail Bonds

Posted February 28, 2012Information

If you, a friend, or family member have recently been arrested the first concern is to get out of  Jail. Most people don’t understand exactly how bonding one out of jail works, here are the...

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Arraignments

Posted February 4, 2012Information

One of the first questions I get with a new or prospective client is “What is this court date called an arraignment I have to go to”.  For people who have never been arrested before or those...

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PreTrial Diversion Contract

Posted January 16, 2012Information

Please view what a Pretrial Diversion contract actually looks like.  Remember, when an individual complies with all the terms of Pretrial Diversion the State will drop all charges against that...

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