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October 2015 Archives

Convictions on felonies lead to years in prison

One man in Florida was recently sentenced for a felony after stalking his ex-girlfriend. The incident took place in Oct. 2014, leading to a misdemeanor charge that ended up turning into a felony charge. People charged with either misdemeanors or felonies are always presumed innocent until and unless they are actually proved guilty in a court of law.

Man charged with drunk driving, claims dog was really driving

A 26-year-old man was recently arrested on charges of driving under the influence in Manatee County. The Florida drunk driving arrest was made after the man's vehicle crashed into a house and two ditches. Police said the man claimed, however, that his dog was the one driving the vehicle when the accident occurred.

Woman charged with drunk driving after video-taping her drive

One woman in Florida faces drunk driving charges after she reportedly posted online her drunken drive through town. Several people said they watched her slur her speech in a Periscope account video. The woman facing drunk driving charges is 23.

Domestic violence conviction nets long prison term

One man in Florida was recently sentenced for domestic violence. The sentence of 151 months behind prison bars came after he pleaded guilty in federal court to interstate domestic violence along with violating a protection order. The man during his plea admitted to unlawfully entering the home of a woman with whom he had previously lived for about five years. Apparently, the man and woman had two kids together.

Florida laws concerning felonies can lead to stiff consequences

Two friends in Florida reportedly attempted to rob a person who was dealing drugs recently. This move caused the death of one friend and put the other friend in jail. The individual in jail, age 23, now faces a charge of felony murder in connection with his friend's death. Being convicted of these types of felonies can lead to life in prison with no parole or even the death penalty in the state of Florida.

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