How Are White Collar Crimes Treated Differently in Florida Courts

How Are White Collar Crimes Treated Differently in Florida Courts

How Are White Collar Crimes Treated Differently in Florida Courts

In 2018, there were 389 white-collar crime prosecutions across the United States. One of the most common white-collar crimes is fraud. Examples of fraud include...

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What Constitutes an Illegal Search in Florida?

What Constitutes an Illegal Search in Florida?

Last summer, a well-publicized drug search happened in South Florida. On a warm summer morning, a man was standing on a street corner as an...

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What Are My Pre-Arrest Investigation Rights In Florida?

What Are My Pre-Arrest Investigation Rights In Florida?

  Are you a suspect in a criminal investigation? If so, it’s likely you’re experiencing a range of emotions from anxiety to fear and everything...

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Are Liability Waivers Enforceable if You Get Hurt in Orlando?

Are Liability Waivers Enforceable if You Get Hurt in Orlando?

With gorgeous weather throughout the year, Orlando attracts millions of locals and tourists looking for adventure sports that involve exciting activities like hang-gliding or parasailing....

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Orlando Police Misuse Driver’s License Database

Orlando Police Misuse Driver’s License Database

  Since December, the Orlando Police Department has disciplined twelve of its members for misuse of the Driver and Vehicle Information Database. Also known as...

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What is the Legal Age of Consent in Florida?

What is the Legal Age of Consent in Florida?

In the United States, the age of consent is the legal age in which a person is legally considered mature enough to engage in sexual...

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Orlando Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Woman Charges

Orlando Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Woman Charges

  Have you ever gotten into a dispute with your significant other or ex-partner that got physical? If she was pregnant at the time, you...

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Florida Trial Procedure

Florida Trial Procedure

Those who plead not guilty at their arraignment have their case sent to trial. The only way to avoid this is to alter the plea;...

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Florida Likely to Become First State to Shift Stand Your Ground Immunity to Prosecutors

Florida Likely to Become First State to Shift Stand Your Ground Immunity to Prosecutors

On March 15, 2017, the Florida Senate passed a Stand Your Ground bill (SB 128) that will effectively make it easier for defendants to be...

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What You Need To Know About Florida’s New Laws

What You Need To Know About Florida’s New Laws

In the Florida, lawmakers passed 279 bills during this year’s assembly. 161 of these bills took effect July 1st, the start of fiscal year. Some...

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How Are White Collar Crimes Treated Differently in Florida Courts
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