Tampa's Criminal Defense Blog January

Featured Post Is Being Drunk a Defense to Charges?

It is common knowledge that being intoxicated can cause you to exercise less than perfect judgment. Since alcohol impairs overall brain function, someone that has consumed too ...

  • Gasparilla Pirate Fest Hits Tampa on Saturday

    On Saturday, January 31, the 2015 Gasparilla Pirate Fest will once again be in full force in the Tampa area. Each year, this unique, historic ...

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  • Out-of-State Client Represented in Criminal Mischief Case

    Client was charged with criminal mischief after a neighbor alleged that she damaged her car in a fight over a parking space. Our client received a ...

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  • Husband & Wife Arrested for Domestic Violence Battery; No Charges Filed

    Thomas & Paulk represented a client who was arrested at Busch Gardens after security officers reported to police that she had been in a fight with her ...

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  • Gathering Evidence in a Criminal Case

    The basic tenet of the American legal system is that everyone accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty. One of the ways that someone can be ...

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  • Social Media Can Be Used As Evidence in Criminal Case

    With millions of users posting to social media accounts every day, it is no wonder that law enforcement is using information from these sites to ...

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  • Client Charged with Second DUI After Run-In with Unmarked Police Car

    In a recent DUI case, we represented a client who was driving in Ybor City when another vehicle stopped in the road in front of him. Our client honked ...

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  • Will I Be Charged for Breaking Into a Car?

    Everybody makes mistakes, and no one deserves to receive a lifetime of punishment for one small slip up, especially for a first-time infraction. One ...

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  • Allegations of False Police Report Result in No Charges Filed

    Recently, law enforcement was investigating our client for allegedly filing a false police report. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office sent in a ...

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  • Case Result: Student Charged with Showing a False ID

    In a recent case, we helped a college student facing serious charges. Our client was a University of Tampa student charged with providing a false ...

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  • What Should I Know About Restitution Law?

    Restitution is one of the sentencing options available when someone is convicted of a crime, forcing them to pay the victim of the crime for their ...

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