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April 2018 Archives

Devising a defense strategy against drug charges

For the most part, we are aware of our rights. Every U.S. citizen is afforded certain rights under the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution. The Fourth Amendment is one often relied on when an individual is accused of a crime. This Amendment extends certain protections, especially when it comes to searches and seizures. When faced with a drug charge, defendants could rely on this right when devising a criminal defense. Challenging evidence based on an unlawful search and seizure could help a defendant avoid harsh penalties.

What constitutes computer crime?

Computers and the internet have changed the world. As technologies improve, people here in Florida, across the nation and across the world spend more of their lives online. Back when Neil Armstrong famously set foot on the moon, it took a room of computers with less memory and computing power than the smartphone on which you may be reading this article.

Florida meth statutes and criminal penalties

Criminal statutes surrounding drug crimes can be strict, outlining harsh penalties for those accused of the crime. Therefore, even when it is a person's first offense, the criminal consequences can be life altering, impacting the accused's personal and professional life. Thus, it is important that defendants understand these laws, the details of their situation and how they can use this and other information to strategize a criminal defense.

Criminal charges related to a phishing scam

We all get emails, and for most of us, we believe we get too many emails. While we send and receive e-mails on a daily basis, we never think that transmitting a message could result in a criminal charge. Some emails are viewed as scams, a way to steal a person's identity or even obtain intellectual property. These are labeled as Internet crimes, and such a charge could seriously impact the accused as they carry with them serious penalties.

Taking action against domestic violence allegations

Love in a relationship can die. This is often cited as a reason for ending a marriage or relationship. When fights and disputes occur, this too can be a natural course of a relationship ending. While some of these fights can get out of hand or aggressive, it is a serious accusation to make when a spouse claims the other spouse attacked him or her. Domestic abuse is a serious matter in Florida and elsewhere, and these types of allegations should also be treated seriously.

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