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    Month: March 2019

    What Is Identity Theft?

    It is important to understand what qualifies as identity theft, especially when it comes to online transactions, employment, and relationships. Perhaps you have shared your own or used the information of a relative or friend in the past, maybe in an attempt to help them, but in fact, you may have unwittingly committed a crime. Knowing how to protec [...]

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    What Happens If I Get a DUI...

    Most Floridians have been to or will visit other states for business, vacation, or family reasons. Perhaps you went to visit relatives for a holiday, gone somewhere like New York City or Las Vegas for a fun trip, or had to attend a professional conference for work. In any of these scenarios, it would not be unusual for drinking to be part of the [...]

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    5 Dos and Don’ts for Your C...

    If you were arrested and are facing criminal charges, you may feel frightened about what will happen next, and worried about your future. It is obviously an inherently stressful situation, but how you handle yourself in the coming days and weeks may impact the outcome of your case. Here are a few helpful tips: Do: Consult Your Attorney Before Talk [...]

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    What Is Battery?

    Battery is a serious crime, and if you have been charged with battery it is no laughing matter. A conviction may result in severe penalties, including incarceration and fines, and it can potentially also impact your employment, reputation, and personal relationships. If you are charged with battery, don’t risk your future by allowing an overwo [...]

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    Collateral Consequences of ...

    If you were arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Florida, you may be worried about possible fines, license suspension, or even jail time. While these well-known penalties often weigh on the mind of anyone charged with DUI, many people overlook or fail to consider all of the potential collateral consequences of a DUI convic [...]

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    Can I Get a New Trial if Th...

      Between podcasts, on-demand documentaries, and news stories from right here in Florida, you may have heard a lot about wrongfully convicted prisoners getting new trials. Most often these cases involve advancements in scientific testing, including DNA evidence. One of the most famous examples in Florida is the Wilton Dedge case. Dedge was [...]

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