Tampa's Criminal Defense Blog 2018

Featured Post Crime of Aiding & Abetting in Florida

If you’ve watched the Ocean’s Eleven , Twelve, Thirteen , and Eight movies, you probably noticed how the heists involved multiple actors as the film titles suggest and we’re ...

  • Can a Florida DUI Stop Me from Getting a Passport?

    A conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) in Florida has many ramifications, such as DUI School , DUI probation, fines, driver license ...

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  • Felony Drug Offenses in Florida

    If you’re native to Florida, you may already be aware of the fact that the state has had a long-standing battle with drugs. Due to the Sunshine ...

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  • What is Withhold of Adjudication in Florida?

    As a criminal defense firm, each day we represent people who’ve made mistakes in their lives. Of course, we all make mistakes, but some mistakes are ...

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  • 4 Ways a Florida DUI is a Felony

    If you’re facing driving under the influence (DUI) charges in Florida for the first time, you may be wondering, “Is DUI a misdemeanor or a felony?” ...

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  • Criminal Restitution in Florida

    When people face criminal charges in Florida, they have a general sense of the penalties they face. They are usually aware of the fact that they could ...

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  • Can a DUI Stop Me From Getting Security Clearance?

    In order for someone to gain access to classified information, he or she must receive “security clearance.” However, security clearance is only ...

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  • Can a Criminal Record Affect Renting an Apartment?

    You’re looking for an apartment to rent. You have a job and you’ve saved money for your security deposit. You’ve packed your things in boxes and ...

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  • Florida’s Underage Alcohol Laws

    Across the nation, the states have enacted strict laws regarding the purchase, possession, and consumption of alcohol and Florida is no different. ...

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  • Florida’s DNA Laws

    “Physical evidence is any tangible evidence that can connect an offender to a crime scene. Biological evidence, which contains DNA, is a type of ...

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