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Category: Criminal Defense

How Does the Appeals Process Work in Florida?
POSTED ON October 20, 2021

A criminal conviction is one of the most stressful and terrifying events that anyone can experience. This is especially true if you receive a harsh sentence for a crime.   Fortunately, you have legal options following a criminal conviction. If you think that there were problems…

What Penalties You Can Expect from a DUI Conviction?
POSTED ON September 20, 2021

Driving while impaired or with a blood-alcohol level of .08 or higher is a serious crime in the state of Florida and it may result in a charge of Driving Under the Influence (DUI). Aggravating factors such as age, property damage, past DUI history, and…

What You Need to Know About Possession Charges in Florida
POSTED ON September 10, 2021

A conviction on drug possession charges in Florida could leave you faced with expensive fines and a long jail sentence. Understanding the seriousness of your charge is crucial, as is finding the right representation.  Read on to learn more about dealing with possession charges in…

The Importance of Expert Witnesses
POSTED ON August 20, 2021

Expert witnesses can provide critical evidence in a case. Most litigations benefit with input from an expert witness, even if the case settles before trial. Here are the things that you should know about expert witnesses and the important role they play. What is an…

How Do Class Action Lawsuits Work?
POSTED ON August 10, 2021

Class action lawsuits promote judicial efficiency by grouping similarly situated people into a single lawsuit. Lawyers use class-action lawsuits in many situations in which the harm from a defendant’s conduct spreads across several plaintiffs. In this article, we will cover some of the basics of…

Top Ten Most Common Crimes in Florida
POSTED ON July 20, 2021

Generally speaking, Florida is a wonderful place to live, thanks to well over 200 days of sunshine annually, gorgeous greenery, and access to beautiful beaches and waterways. Like every other state, though, Florida has its fair share of crime.  What are the most common crimes…

Does the Losing Party Pay Attorney Fees?
POSTED ON June 15, 2021

When you lose a case, does the losing party pay all attorney fees? The short answer is no. In most cases, each party only pays for its own attorney fees. This allows litigants to pursue legal cases regardless of their financial means. As a result,…

How Can I Expunge My Record?
POSTED ON April 20, 2021

We’ve often heard the question: How can I expunge my record? The short answer is that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement works with the courts to process expungement petitions. The long answer is that Florida allows expungement in only a limited set of circumstances.…

Should You Consider Plea Bargaining in a Case Against You?
POSTED ON April 10, 2021

When it’s possible, you should consider plea bargaining in a case against you. Considering a plea bargain does not mean it is the best option, or that you should take it, but it is always an option that should be discussed.  Most criminal prosecutions end…

Misdemeanor Vs. Felony
POSTED ON March 20, 2021

In most states, including Florida, there are two broad categories of criminal offenses. These categories include misdemeanors and felonies. There are several differences between the illegal activities that fall into these two categories. In the following post, we will examine some of the primary differences…


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