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Wednesday,
May 06, 2015.
posted in Felonies

Police Respond To Florida Burglary Call, Charge Man With Felony

A 25-year-old Florida man is said to have recently called police to report a possible burglary at his apartment. The incident ended with the man who made the call being arrested. He now faces multiple felony charges. The situation unfolded on a recent Tuesday at an apartment complex in Okaloosa County. Deputies reportedly arrived at the...

Friday,
April 24, 2015.
posted in Felonies

Joyride On Forklift Leads To Teenagers Facing Felony Charges

It is not uncommon for teenagers to be mischievous, but sometimes the actions of teens can get them in trouble with the law. What starts out as a bit of fun can escalate and result in offenses that will land teens in court and in need of experienced criminal defense attorneys to protect their rights....

Friday,
March 14, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Man charged with bank robbery in Miami

Allegations of felony charges can have a serious effect on a Florida resident. Immediately, people may face the prospect of jail or prison time as they await their criminal proceedings. People may also face social and employment problems just because of the allegations alone. These difficulties can escalate if a person is found guilty of felony charges....

Thursday,
September 05, 2013.
posted in Felonies

Alleged notorious burglar arrested in Florida

For some crimes, police catch people in the act and stop them from completing the crime. Other times, other people see a crime and report it to the police. Occasionally, however, circumstantial evidence is used to create a criminal case against a person. In these situations, any one piece of evidence on its own may...

Thursday,
August 01, 2013.
posted in Felonies

Recent robbery turns up charge of felony possession of firearm

Following a conviction of a crime, particularly a felony, the rights and privileges of the convicted person may be limited for a short time or even indefinitely. Prison time is one way those rights are limited. Convicted felons also aren’t allowed to possess a weapon. A recent arrest in Fort Lauderdale included charges of felony possession...

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