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    Month: August 2018

    Florida’s Stand Your Ground...

    It’s natural to defend yourself when you are in danger. But how you defend yourself can have legal consequences. Understanding when the law permits you to use force, and what kind of force it permits you to use, can prove critically important in making the right decision under stressful conditions. Here is an overview of Florida’s Stand Your Gr [...]

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    Florida Drug Court 101

    Florida created treatment-based, court-supervised rehabilitation programs to help nonviolent drug offenders recover from addiction without having to go to jail. From the outset, the programs sought to break the cycle of substance abuse that entraps many drug offenders. Today, each county in Florida may have a drug court plan that provides tailored [...]

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    DUIs: It’s More than Just A...

    Drivers associate the term DUI, driving under the influence, with alcohol use. However, a DUI goes far beyond the realms of alcohol intoxication. Driving under the influence of marijuana, certain medications, or any other intoxicating substance is enough to warrant a DUI. In fact, legal and illegal drugs other than alcohol are involved in almost 20 [...]

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    Florida Probation Myths And...

    Probation sentences are common for a variety of charges in the state of Florida. Abiding by the regulations of your probation sentence can be a legally demanding process; do not let yourself get confused by complex legal jargon. It is important that you take steps to learn as much as you can about your probation requirements. Failure to follow the [...]

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    Police Stops: Your Legal Ri...

    Police stops can be tense situations that result in serious legal repercussions when handled poorly. In order to get through these encounters safely, it is important to know what rights you have, and how to exercise them properly. What to Do if You’re Pulled Over Find a safe place to stop: The last thing that you want to do is put your [...]

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    Avoiding White-Collar Crime...

    When thinking about business-related thefts, most managers and business owners consider shoplifting, burglaries, and robberies the main source of loss. Nobody wants to think about his own employees engaging in such acts, but studies show that employees cause over 40 percent of all business related theft. According to CNBC, businesses in America los [...]

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