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Know Your Rights If You Have Been Charged With Traveling to Meet a Minor

Traveling to meet a minor is a second-degree felony offense in Florida. In Florida, if you have been charged with traveling to meet a minor, you need experienced criminal defense counsel to handle your case. Just because an individual may

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When Is A Sex Offender Not A Sex Offender?

There are times when the law may have gone too far. A prime example is registration in a sex offender registry. If a criminal has not committed a sexual offense, should he be required to register as a sex offender?

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You Do Not Have To Blow It At A Sobriety Checkpoint

Just because you are stopped at a sobriety checkpoint does not mean you are required to blow. If you are driving while under the influence and get stopped at a sobriety checkpoint, you do not have to blow into the

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You Do Not Have To Blow It At A Sobriety Checkpoint

Just because you are stopped at a sobriety checkpoint does not mean you are required to blow. If you are driving while under the influence and get stopped at a sobriety checkpoint, you do not have to blow into the

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Ex-Convicts Face Permanent Voting Bans in Florida, Other States

In twelve states, convicted felons can permanently lose their right to vote, even after being released from prison, according to the nonprofit organization ProCon.org. Florida is among those states, as are three other battlegrounds in this year’s Presidential election: Virginia,

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Florida Man Accused of Stealing More Than $900,000

A thirty-five-year-old man from Fort Myers, Florida has been charged with theft and fraud charges after being accused of embezzling over $900,000. The money allegedly was stolen from a non-profit focused on helping people with disabilities. A source states that

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Man’s Behaviors Causes Attorneys to Seek Release from Case

Man’s Behaviors Causes Attorneys to Seek Release from Case A man traveling ninety miles an hour on his motorcycle was apprehended by deputies and charged with driving under the influence. His blood-alcohol content was .167, according to reports. Upon being

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Florida Man Accused of Stealing More Than $900,000

A thirty-five-year-old man from Fort Myers, Florida has been charged with theft and fraud charges after being accused of embezzling over $900,000. The money allegedly was stolen from a non-profit focused on helping people with disabilities. A source states that

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Man’s Behaviors Causes Attorneys to Seek Release from Case

A man traveling ninety miles an hour on his motorcycle was apprehended by deputies and charged with driving under the influence. His blood-alcohol content was .167, according to reports. Upon being apprehended, the man allegedly resisted officers, cursed and even

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Florida First-Time Offender Gets 161 Years

A Florida man convicted of participating in a series of armed robberies has been sentenced to 161 years in prison without the possibility of parole, an effective life sentence. According to his attorney, it is cruel and unusual punishment, in

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