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Can My Conviction be Expunged or My Record Sealed?

Although expungement and sealing of a criminal record are similar, they apply to different circumstances. Expunging Your Record Expungement refers ...

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The Difference Between a Civil Traffic Ticket/Citation and a Criminal Traffic Ticket/Citation

Civil Traffic Ticket A traffic ticket is simply a form given to a motorist, or pedestrian, whom the officer has ...

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What Remedies Do I Have if I Am Convicted?

You can be convicted of a criminal offense by either entering a plea of guilty or of nolo contendere (no ...

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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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What is the Difference Between Drug Trafficking and Smuggling?

Trafficking Trafficking in drugs is an expansive term that includes any activity that involves the manufacture, importation, exportation, distribution or ...

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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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Is Drug Possession a Felony?

In Florida, most drug possession charges are felony offenses except for possession of small amounts of marijuana. For the most ...

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