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November 2017 Archives

Positive drug test leads to child neglect charges

A 20-year-old mother and 29-year-old father were arrested on November 14, 2017 in Lakeland after their baby tested positive for methamphetamine. The parents took the child to Lakeland Regional Hospital for treatment of an infected area on the leg which had, by that time, turned black. The mother claimed that the child had received mosquito bites several days prior, and that one of those had become infected.

Men arrested in child pornography bust

Internet sex crimes are very serious. Although they may be seen as particularly heinous, everyone deserves fair and experience defense in such situations. Recently, a South Florida man was accused of possessing a large amount of pornographic images in which young children are seen in various sex acts.

Help when facing internet crimes accusations

Individuals accused of internet and computer crimes can face serious and ongoing potential penalties and consequences stemming from the charges and accusations they are facing. Many important rights of accused individuals are implicated in internet crimes charges including privacy rights and protections against unlawful search and seizure which is why it is important for individuals accuse of any crime, including computer crimes, to be familiar with their criminal defense rights and protections.

What are Florida’s penalties for theft?

The state of Florida includes many different crimes under the term “theft”: Larceny, stealing, misappropriation, conversion and other illegal activities. Florida divides charges of theft into two different categories: Petit theft, and grand theft. Of the two charges, petit theft is less serious—it means that the state will prosecute the crime as a misdemeanor. Grand theft, however, is much more serious. In a grand theft, the state has decided to prosecute the theft as a felony.

What is a restraining order?

Domestic violence is a concern that can impact entire families. Families struggling with the issue of family violence may wonder what a restraining order is and what one does. Restraining orders generally prohibit the individual who has been accused of domestic violence from engaging in certain activities. It is important to note that if an individual who has been accused of domestic violence violates the restraining order by engaging in one of the prohibited activities, they may face additional criminal consequences and penalties.

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