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December 2017 Archives

An in-depth look at Florida drug charges: conspiracy

The state of Florida views conspiracy as an express or implied agreement between two parties with the intent to commit a crime. Conspiracy charges are often assessed as an additional charge against defendants who are charged with serious felonious crimes, especially those that involve drugs. Though the burden of proof for a conspiracy conviction lies on the prosecution, these charges are always best addressed with the help of an attorney experienced in defending drug crimes.

Stolen firearms and grand theft

The theft of a firearm in Florida is a third degree grand theft felony no matter the value of the weapon. That’s significant when taking into consideration that first degree petit theft, which is only a misdemeanor, is property valued between $100 and $299 and used firearms can sell for under $200.

Types of email scams to watch out for

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has identified the 12 most common types of email scams to land in an inbox. With internet crimes on the steep incline, an individual should be extremely diligent in making sure personal information is protected. Let's look at some types of emails to watch out for.

Is there a law against cyberbullying in Florida?

With the explosion of the current social media culture comes a form of bullying in a league all its own. Cyberbullying has become a significant problem among today's youth. In 2017 in Florida alone, there have been several teen deaths by suicide due to constant cyberbullying from peers. This type of bullying can take place in the form of social media posts, text messages, or even unwanted photographs and videos taken without permission. Because of these methods, often times the parents of a youth are unaware the bullying is even taking place until it is too late.

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