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November 2016 Archives

When drunk driving charges interrupt your holiday season

Imbibing a drink or two that contains alcohol is not a crime for adults of legal drinking age, but it may be if the person drinking then gets behind the wheel of a car and drives. Even then, however, a driver's blood alcohol content level may be within legally accepted limits, and therefore does not constitute a criminal offense. While many travelers in Florida have already begun to celebrate the 2016 holiday season, some festivities will be brought to a halt for those who find themselves facing drunk driving charges.

Struggles for male students after being cleared of sexual assault

Many college students accused of sexual assault are later cleared, but the stigma of the accusation remains. These men face numerous challenges that were not present before, and getting their lives back on track can be incredibly draining. If you are in such a situation, it is good to know about the obstacles you may face.

Elderly sex crimes convicts often face challenges after release

In Florida and other states, those who serve time in prison for sexually-related offenses are often required to register as sex offenders in the states where they reside, sometimes for the rest of their lives. Many people, especially those who are older in age, face tremendous challenges when it comes to remembering to register as sex crimes offenders at the proper times. One man recently told a judge his only crime is that he is old and forgetful.

Alleged drug kingpin to face cocaine charges in Florida

The Argentina government recently announced that it has extradited an alleged drug kingpin to Florida. The reported purpose of the extradition is so the man can face charges involving cocaine trafficking. Authorities met the man at the airport and escorted him on his flight back to the United States.

Officer working against child predators accused of sex crimes

A situation has developed in Florida that includes a law enforcement supervisor who has been accused of criminal acts. The man had reportedly been working in a department that investigates possible child predator activity online. He himself has now been formally charged with sex crimes.

Avoiding conviction if charged with domestic violence in Florida

Being accused of crimes that involve physical harm toward a member of one's family is obviously a serious matter. However, merely being charged with domestic violence in Florida or elsewhere is by no means a constitution of guilt. Every person is presumed innocent, unless proved otherwise in court.

Man convicted of sex crime in Florida in need of criminal defense

There have been situations in Florida where persons convicted of crimes have been able to avoid incarceration. Often, such outcomes are obtained through skilled and aggressive criminal defense. One man who was previously convicted of a sex crime appears to be in trouble again.

Many criminal defense cases involve identity thefts in Florida

Regardless of the crime of which a person in Florida is accused, he or she is presumed innocent unless proved otherwise in court. In fact, this is the case for anyone charged with any type of crime throughout the nation, but criminal defense options vary according to particular circumstances. Of late, many situations have to do with identity theft, which seems to be occurring more regularly since computer chips were placed in credit cards.

Teacher in Florida accused of sex crimes

When a teacher in Florida or any other state is accused of inappropriate behavior toward a student, entire communities tend to sit up and take notice. When accusations involve possible sex crimes, the negative impact of the situation may immediately cause damage to the teacher's reputation, even before charges have been filed. One female substitute teacher, age 28, is currently facing such issues after being accused of luring a male student to her apartment.

Arrests and drug charges follow search of Florida home

At least seven different people will be heading to court after a recent drug bust at a home in Florida. The local sheriff's department in that area is said to have used a search warrant as their entry ticket into the Venice home. Drug charges have been filed and substantial bond amounts set.

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