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June 24, 2014.
posted in Domestic Violence

Florida woman unlikely to serve prison term after change in law

On June 20, the Florida governor signed into law new guidelines regarding individuals who use a gun to fire a warning shot or to threaten violence while attempting to protect themselves. According to authorities, the new law may affect the case of a 33-year-old woman who received a 20-year prison sentence in connection with a...

March 20, 2013.
posted in Sex Crimes

Florida Man Accused Of Sex Crimes While Awaiting Prison Sentence

The internet has revolutionized the world. It has changed how people interact, how they shop and even how police catch criminals. The internet provides a certain anonymity that can give people a false sense of security when they are online. However, it is important for Floridians to understand that police can and will use what...

November 14, 2012.
posted in Drunk Driving

Florida man facing drunk driving charges after injuring deputy

Driving while under the influence can lead to an individual being arrested for a DUI, nothing shocking there. When a person is arrested for drunk driving it does not always mean a conviction is imminent, but it might be for one Florida man who likely needs a solid criminal defense attorney after his latest escapades resulted in...

November 07, 2012.
posted in Felonies

Broward County sweep results in over 1,000 arrests

Getting serious criminals off the streets can be a daunting task. Some cities have put together elaborate operations to capture serious offenders and individuals who have outstanding warrants for felony charges. According to a report, almost 1,100 felons were arrested in the last three weeks in a law enforcement sweep in Broward County. This sweep...

October 08, 2012.
posted in Felonies

Coral Springs man on trial for solicitation to commit murder

Often, the more charges brought against a defendant, the more complex the criminal case becomes. When a person is accused of solicitation to commit murder against witnesses to the original case that case can get even more complicated very quickly. If you have been charged with a criminal offense, it is imperative to seek a competent...

October 02, 2012.
posted in Felonies

Palm Beach County jury acquits man of attempted murder charges

Palm Beach County prosecutors attempted to convict a 34-year-old man on arson and first-degree attempted murder charges following an incident in August of last year. His former girlfriend, aged 45, claimed he beat her and barricaded her inside a burning apartment near Lake Worth on Coconut Road. In court, the jury was not convinced of...

September 20, 2012.
posted in Sex Crimes

Was College Football Coach Falsely Accused of Child Pornography?

Although this particular case did not occur in Florida, it certainly could have. The case involves a college football coach who was arrested on two counts of child pornography late last month after home videos of his kids surfaced that officials deemed pornographic in nature. After obtaining a search warrant and searching the man’s house,...

September 05, 2012.
posted in Misdemeanors

Fort Lauderdale Man Receives $30,000 In Police Misconduct Case

We thought we would start our new blog with a story that demonstrates things are not always what they appear to be in a police report. Case in point is a Fort Lauderdale man who was arrested on misdemeanor charges on his own property for disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest. According to the police report,...

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