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Category: Criminal Defense

What is the Difference Between Being Charged and Being Indicted?

Being Charged A criminal charge is a formal allegation that you have committed one or more criminal offenses. These can ...

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Can You Get Arrested for Speeding in Florida?

Generally, a speeding ticket is not a serious enough offense to warrant an arrest, but there are circumstances under which ...

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Can You Get Arrested for Reckless Driving?

Reckless driving in Florida is a serious traffic offense unlike a speeding ticket or running a red light. It denotes ...

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When does drug possession become with intent to sell?

Most people who are involved in the illegal drug trade or who use drugs for recreational purposes are aware that ...

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Is Possession of Marijuana Legal?

There are 17 states along with the District of Columbia that have medical marijuana laws, but Florida is not among ...

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Can I defend myself and not be charged with assault and battery?

You can defend yourself in certain situations without being charged with an assault or a battery so long as you ...

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Is There Misdemeanor and Felony Assault and Battery?

Assault and battery often are charged together since physical violence on someone is typically preceded by verbal threats, or actions, ...

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Were you Caught Shoplifting at an Orlando Mall?

Being at a mall in Orlando, Florida with friends is an enjoyable occurrence for many. But there may be a ...

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Can you be charged with a Felony for Stealing Soda?

Could you be charged with a felony offense simply for stealing soda from an Orlando, Florida restaurant? For example, if ...

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What to Do if Arrested for Theft in Florida

Theft in Florida is a property crime that is charged as either a misdemeanor or felony depending on the value ...

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