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Asserting a defense against drug possession charges

Like most states, Florida has cracked down on drug crimes. While this means addressing problems and issues associated with drug use and distribution, it also means many individuals facing serious penalties if they are suspected of committing a drug crime. Because the criminal consequences can be harsh, it is vital for those accused of such a crime to explore their criminal defense options.

Understanding computer crimes and defense options

In today's society, it is challenging to get through the workday with out the assistance of a computer. Whether it is for personal or work use, computers and other similar technology are heavily relied on to complete and transmit work or other personal tasks. While these seem like normal and innocent acts, there are also ones that could result in one being accused of a computer crime.

What is identity theft?

A theft generally occurs when someone takes something that is not theirs with the intent of depriving the actual owner of the taken item. Identity theft is an extension of this general definition. In Florida and other jurisdictions, identity theft happens when a person uses the personal information of another individual for personal or economic gains.

What are the penalties for violating a restraining order?

No couple or family is perfect, and fights and disputes are very likely to happen at some point. While these are common events in any type of relationship, there are some disputes that are not acceptable. When an argument turns violent or involves threats of harm, it could be considered a domestic abuse matter. When such an event occurs, it is likely that the victim will file for a restraining order in an attempt to prevent further incidents.

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