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May 2016 Archives

Going home: It's not that easy for convicted sex offenders

If you are convicted of a crime, you will have to comply with the terms of the resulting sentence. This could include community service, restitution and imprisonment. Once you have fulfilled these conditions, the expectation is that you should be able to move on and try to put that experience behind you.

Why was I charged with drug trafficking instead of possession?

Florida residents are likely aware of the incredible resources state and federal law enforcement agencies dedicate to the enforcement of drug laws, from massive sting operations to aggressive arrest and search efforts. Because of all that goes into drug enforcement, police and prosecutors have a distinct interest in pursuing serious charges any time a person is arrested.

What's the difference between witness coaching and preparation?

Testifying in a criminal case is a very serious responsibility for anyone in the position to do so. Whether that person is a witness for the prosecution or for the defense, his or her statements have the power to make a very significant impact on the outcome of the case.

The complexities of warrantless cellphone searches

Our cellphones hold some of our most valuable information, from pictures and videos to bank account passwords and even health records. Considering how much personal data is accessible with the swipe of a finger, it can be important to understand more about cellphone search procedures.

Factors that can have an effect on criminal sentences

Crimes that involve sexual misconduct are among the most serious offenses, which is why they are so often reported and discussed in the media, community discussions and other outlets. If you are caught up in one of these crimes, it may not be long until your name, reputation and alleged offense become a topic of conversation.

Teacher found not guilty of sex crimes supports classroom cameras

Allegations of sexual misconduct are among the most devastating that a person in the field of education can face. People in these positions can face escalated charges and harsher sentences for a conviction, and the fact is the public is quick to lash out against a teacher or other school worker accused of a sex crime.

Old drug connections, decisions can come back to haunt you

Millions of Americans struggle with addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. These powerful addictions have a dramatic impact on a person's lifestyle and decisions. For instance, people addicted to drugs like methamphetamine can easily find themselves manufacturing or selling the drug in order to support their habit.

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