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Thursday,
September 25, 2014.
posted in Felonies

How Long Are Felony Convictions In Florida?

Under Florida law, people convicted of a capital felony may be sentenced to death or life in prison without the possibility of parole. In some cases, if a judge determines a life sentence is not appropriate because the capital offense was committed before the defendant turned 18, the term of imprisonment may be reduced to...

Tuesday,
August 05, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Jury finds Florida man guilty of migrant worker’s murder

A jury in Miami-Dade convicted a 29-year-old man of the murder of a Mexican migrant worker, announcing the ruling on Aug. 4. The jury found the defendant guilty of multiple felony charges including armed robbery, second-degree murder with a deadly weapon and attempted murder. The man could face a life sentence for the 2009 crime....

Wednesday,
July 23, 2014.
posted in Felonies

3 men charged for possessions of illegal firearms, drugs seized

Three Florida residents reportedly appeared in court on July 18 after they were taken into police custody and were charged for being in possession of illegal firearms. Police claimed that they also seized various amounts of drugs during their investigation into the incident. The 49-year-old man was charged for being in possession of a firearm...

Friday,
July 11, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Drug charges for Florida woman after traffic stop

A St. Petersburg woman was detained on drug charges after Gulfport police allegedly discovered drugs and paraphernalia in her vehicle in the course of a routine traffic stop. Gulfport police pulled the woman’s vehicle over in the 6000 block of Gulfport Boulevard after allegedly clocking her at 18 miles per hour over the speed limit....

Friday,
June 06, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Charges filed against Florida security guard in shooting

A May 28 incident has resulted in charges against a 35-year-old security guard. The man was patrolling an apartment complex in Orlando at approximately 9 p.m. when he observed an argument between a man and woman in the parking lot. The woman drove away briefly, and upon her return, a friend reportedly jumped in front...

Friday,
May 16, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Florida teenager facing felony charges for alleged cheating

Florida high school seniors can have their share of fun before entering the real world. But, fun and games can cross the line into criminal behavior, especially when fraud is involved. For those students, real-life criminal consequences can result. An 18-year-old high school senior in south Florida has recently been arrested after serious cheating allegations...

Friday,
April 04, 2014.
posted in Felonies

Those charged in Florida shoplifting ring may face felony charges

Most Florida residents understand that crimes are divided into two main categories — misdemeanors and felonies. Felonies are those crimes with harsher penalties. A felony charge has the potential to affect a person’s life immediately. People can be immediately placed under arrest, face jail time, fines, probation and other consequences. Shoplifting may qualify as either a misdemeanor...

Wednesday,
October 09, 2013.
posted in Felonies

Man found in Miami — faces murder charge

Some of the most serious crimes people can be charged with are violent crimes — particularity murder charges. There are different categories of murder charges including manslaughter, first degree murder and second degree murder. While these charges are all felonies, the specific criminal punishments available will change depending on the exact murder charge. In Miami,...

Tuesday,
May 07, 2013.
posted in Felonies

Police arrest felony lane gang members from Fort Lauderdale

Recently south Florida police have been cracking down on a group known as the “felony lane” gang. According to police, the felony lane gang is a group of loosely affiliated groups from Fort Lauderdale that have been accused of traveling to commit crimes. Police say that these groups tend to travel to other parts of...

Tuesday,
April 02, 2013.
posted in Felonies

Store owner facing felony drug charges over sale of “spice”

The owner of a Florida convenience store has recently been arrested and charged with felony drug charges. She is accused of selling synthetic marijuana. A felony charge like this can have serious repercussions. Those charged with felonies in Florida can face large fines and more than a year in prison. When a felony charge is for the...

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