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  • What Are the Penalties for White Collar Crimes?
    What Are the Penalties for White Collar Crimes?

    A white collar crime is any non-violent, illegal activity committed through deceit with the intention of increasing personal finances. These crimes don’t need to be committed on a massive scale to be ...

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  • Juvenile Crimes in Florida
    Juvenile Crimes in Florida

    Any crime committed by a child under the age of 18 is considered a juvenile crime. While a minor can get arrested and charged for the same crime as an adult, the process and end result are different . ...

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  • What Is Attorney-Client Privilege?
    What Is Attorney-Client Privilege?

    When you’re dealing with a legal matter, it’s extremely important that you have who can represent you and your interests. Representing yourself is not advised: lawyers won’t do it because even they ...

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  • Can an Officer Use Force When Making an Arrest in Florida?
    Can an Officer Use Force When Making an Arrest in Florida?

    The officer may employ all reasonable and necessary force to overcome resistance in making a lawful arrest. Resisting arrest with violence is a felony under Florida law. Resisting arrest without ...

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  • Your Defense Against Criminal Battery Charges in Central-Florida
    Your Defense Against Criminal Battery Charges in Central-Florida

    To many people, the crimes of assault and battery go hand in hand. So much so that many people may think they are one crime. In fact, the crime of battery is separate and distinct from the crime of ...

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  • Your Defense Against Central-Florida Assault Charges
    Your Defense Against Central-Florida Assault Charges

    No one wakes up in the morning thinking “I’m going to threaten someone, get arrested, and face criminal assault charges.” More often, an unexpected disagreement turns ugly and escalates, tempers ...

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