Committing a crime in Florida does not mean that your life is over. It does not mean that you will be in jail for years on end. It all depends on the crime you committed, the evidence collected and how strong the defense to the charges are that you built with your defense attorney. Today, we will take a look at the requirements for a robbery charge in Orlando.
If you are considering the purchase of a watercraft, you need to know all of the laws associated with these vessels. It's not easy owning a boat, jet ski, kayak or any other type of watercraft. You need to go to a boating education class for a boater's license. You need insurance and have to pay other fees. It's also important to know that you can be charged with boating under the influence if you are drinking and operating the boat.
Facing a weapons charge in Florida is never easy. You likely aren't sure what you will come of your freedom or your ability to own a firearm. It's always important to know the law ahead of time so you aren't faced with any surprises should you wind up charged with a weapons crime. Let's take a look at some of the defenses you can use to a weapons charge in today's post.
White collar crime is a diverse legal category that covers a lot of different types of criminal activities. These activities are generally performed by "professionals" who work in offices and deal with insurance, accounting, medical billing and other financial matters. Here are three different types of white collar crimes with their meanings:
Facing criminal charges of any kind is overwhelming, frustrating and confusing. For individuals facing allegations of drug-related offenses, they may be unsure of the specific penalties they are facing and how they can fight back. You have the right to a defense, regardless of the type of drug charges against you.