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January 2017 Archives

What constitutes a 'legal' search by the police?

When have the police officially begun a "search?" This is an important question because the Fourth Amendment explicitly says that the people are protected from unreasonable search and seizures. Now, the police need to search and seize property given their jobs -- but the people have a right to privacy and protections against a search and seizure that is deemed illegal in the eyes of the law.

Dealing with the consequences of false rape allegations

Sexual assault is among the most sensitive and difficult charges of which a person can be accused. Not only is the nature of these crimes particularly troubling, but oftentimes the case boils down to one person's word against another's.

Man arrested following alleged assault at Florida nightclub

The relationship between two people is often complex, filled with emotional highs and lows. However, violence in a relationship is relatively rare. Unfortunately, one man was recently arrested after the alleged assault of a woman he knows at a Florida nightclub.

Florida’s fight against synthetic drug derivatives

Even before the war on drugs began in the early 1970s, the same cycle has played out countless times. A new synthetic drug appears and gains popularity among drug users. This leads to increased visibility and notoriety among the wider public, often due to a dramatic news story.

How drug possession charges can be very punishing

With the movement for decriminalizing marijuana gaining a lot of steam -- as many states pass laws that limit penalties on or even make possession legal for, marijuana -- it may seem as though a drug possession charge isn't that big of a deal anymore. To the contrary, drug possession charges are still very serious matters that need to be handled just as seriously. Otherwise, the accused could be dealing with severe punishment.

Sex crime investigations can be botched

No one can talk about sex offenses and sexually-based crimes without acknowledging the severity of the incident in question. The victim has been harmed and is dealing with some serious trauma. The accused is in a very difficult legal situation, one that could put him or her behind bars and living with severe punishment for years afterwards. The incident itself is wrought with emotional anguish and despicable acts. These area things that are simply part of any case involving a sexually-based crime.

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