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July 2017 Archives

Penalties for some opioid crimes getting upped in Florida

Being accused of opioid crimes can expose a person to major potential penalties. And just how serious of penalties a person could face in relation to certain opioid crimes is increasing here in Florida. This is because of a new law that was recently passed in the state.

How does an ignition interlock work?

The consequences of driving under the influence can vary in different locations and depending on the circumstances under which authorities levied the allegations. From license suspension to jail time, the effects of a DUI could considerably impact your life. Of course, a conviction for charges must come about before you face sentencing for those charges, and while you may understand possible consequences, you may wish to learn more about particular ones.

Common criminal defenses used in Florida

Being charged with a crime does not have to mean you will be spending the rest of your life, or most of it, behind bars in Florida. In fact, many defendants are able to have charges dropped or reduced if they use some of the most common criminal defenses when in front of a judge. We will discuss those common defenses in today's post.

New law offers hope to those whose mug shots are published online

There is no question that the majority of internet users are more than familiar with certain types of banner ads, meaning those digital advertisements lining the sides and bottoms of the webpages they happen to be reading. While many of these banner ads are for legitimate products and services, many others are for content that could best be described as salacious.

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