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Mandatory minimums and criminal sentencing: work with experienced advocate, P.2

In our last post, we looked very briefly at the general structure of the Florida Criminal Punishment Code, particularly at mandatory minimum sentences. Although we cannot go into a level of detail that really does justice to the process, it is enough to say that there is a mixture of strict requirements and discretion that judges exercise in the sentencing process.

Mandatory minimums and criminal sentencing: work with experienced advocate, P.1

Sentencing is an important aspect of the criminal process, and it is important to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney who has a strong understanding of how to navigate the process in order to minimize the consequences of conviction. One particularly important set of rules that can come up in criminal sentencing are mandatory minimum sentences.

Experienced attorney can help defend against domestic violence charges, protect firearms rights

In our last post, we looked briefly at a proposal that would require the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to notify local law enforcement within one week of background check denials associated with the attempted purchase of firearms. As we noted, the bill would negatively impact those convicted of domestic violence.

Firearms background check proposals would impact those convicted of domestic violence

Access to firearms is an important issue, particularly in the context of domestic violence and abuse. Authorities are keen to address the issue in order to better protect domestic violence victims. At present, Florida lawmakers are reportedly considering legislation that would provide extra protections for potential victims and extra burdens for those who have been convicted of domestic violence.

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