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  • Defenses for Writing a Worthless Check

    Writing a bad check, under Florida law, can constitute a misdemeanor or a felony crime depending on the amount of money that was involved in the ...

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  • Criminal Charges for Failure to Disclose a STD

    Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) are those that are transmitted between individuals through sexual contact. Some of these are easily treated or ...

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  • Does Self-Defense Allow the Use of Deadly Force?

    In Florida, there are certain laws that dictate whether or not a person is justified in using deadly force to protect themselves. Self-defense claims ...

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  • Criminal Law Procedure: From Arrest to Sentencing

    What to Expect from the Criminal Law Process When a person is accused of a crime in Florida, several steps must be carried out through the trial. ...

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  • Tampa Business Suspected of Roofing Scam

    Many employees of NBRC Roofing Co. have been arrested or are being sought for arrest after nearly 100 Tampa residences were left with unfinished ...

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  • Tampa Luggage Thieves Confess to Airport Detectives

    Busy, crowded airports can be a prime target for theft. While security measures at airports are in place to minimize luggage theft, sometimes theft is ...

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  • Blind Man Shoots Nephew Intruding in Home

    A blind Tampa man shot an intruder in his home, only to discover that the person he shot was none other than his 15-year-old nephew. Details of the ...

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  • Woman Filed Anti-Stalking Order Days Before Shooting Man in Home

    Late Night Shooting on Davis Island A man was recently shot in the million-dollar home of a Davis Island woman. Days before, the woman wasm denied an ...

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  • What Happens If I Refuse a DUI Test in Florida?

    In Florida, if you refuse to perform a field sobriety test, you won't face any criminal penalties, but an officer is probably going to suspect you ...

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