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Month: August 2021

What Are the Psychological Effects of Being Cyberstalked? 

As the virtual world becomes bigger and more advanced, the risks we face while surfing the world wide web have grown exponentially. One significant danger that we face online is the risk of being cyberstalked.  In many ways, cyberstalking can be just as detrimental to a victim’s well-being as in-person stalking. This is likely because, …

Staying Safe on Your ATV in Florida This Summer 

As summer comes to a close, now is the time to participate in all of your favorite summer activities before fall begins. All-terrain vehicles, or ATVs, are a popular source of summer fun in Florida. Whether used for recreation or sport, ATV users need to remember to remain alert and attentive as they ride.  Umansky …

The 5 Most Common Juvenile Crimes in Florida 

Children are bound to get into trouble, but the situation can turn serious quickly when the law becomes involved. In Florida, there were a little over 45,000 juveniles arrested between 2019 and 2020. As a parent, you teach your kids right from wrong, but sometimes the situation can escalate past your ability to help.   If …

Failure to Report a Conviction or Plea for Health Inspectors

Public health inspectors are frontline government workers who enforce local and state health regulations. Health inspectors in Florida have the authority to issue fines, suspend business licenses, and can even order emergency shutdowns if there are enough health and safety violations. All environmental health professionals and health inspectors in the state must abide by Florida’s …

Failure to Report a Conviction or Plea for Lab Technicians

In simple terms, a lab technician is a medical professional who conducts lab tests on specimens and records and reports the results. Lab technicians have a range of responsibilities, including preparing solutions, collecting data, analyzing samples, and maintaining lab equipment. A career as a lab technician has many unique benefits, including workplace flexibility, behind-the-scenes work, …

Failure to Report a Conviction or Plea for Fire, Police, and Ambulance Dispatchers

Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers—sometimes referred to as public safety telecommunicators—are tasked with answering 9-1-1 emergency calls, determining the appropriate response based on agency procedures, relaying information to the proper first-responder agency, coordinating the dispatch of emergency response personnel to accident scenes, giving basic over-the-phone medical instructions, and more. Dispatchers are crucial to public safety …

What Should You Do If Your Teen Is Cited for Criminal Mischief in Florida?

Growing up means dealing with and taking responsibility for our mistakes. Some choices lead to more severe harm than others. When your children participate in actions that have serious consequences, you may feel hopeless and discouraged. You may have never thought your child would participate in a criminal act. However, many teenagers may face legal …

Can a DUI Affect My Job Application in Florida?

A lot goes into a job application or interview, and most businesses will have a question regarding your criminal record. If a company asks you if you’ve ever been convicted of a crime, the best way to handle the situation is to stay calm and be honest. It’s crucial that you disclose a DUI conviction …

How Reliable Is Eyewitness Testimony in Florida? 

When you face criminal charges, your case might end up in court. During the trial, eyewitnesses may play a significant role in whether your case ends in a conviction. Judges and juries tend to believe witnesses because they often do not have relation to either the defendant or plaintiff and have no preference on the …

What Happens if a Court Finds You Guilty of a Cybercrime?

A cybercrime is any crime that involves using a computer or networked device to commit a criminal act or committing a crime that explicitly targets a network. There are various cybercrimes, ranging from cyberbullying to identity theft crimes. Regardless of which crime prosecutors charge you with, penalties may be severe, even for first-time offenders. If …

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