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How Seriously Should I Take My Prostitution Charges?
How Seriously Should I Take My Prostitution Charges?

In Florida, the solicitation of a person for sexual acts is illegal. If you are convicted of this crime, the consequences of it can be potentially severe, causing a ripple effect that can impact both your personal and professional life. Additionally, you could face jail ...

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Blog posts in Criminal Defense

  • What to Do If Convicted of Theft

    Being charged with a theft crime could lead to a number of different penalties depending on the circumstances of the case. For example, petit theft ...

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  • Popular TV Crime Show Myths

    Do you enjoy watching crime shows on television? You’re probably not alone since the genre is currently one of the most popular amongst viewers. While ...

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  • Can Police Search My Home Without a Warrant?

    A search warrant is an order, signed and granted by a judge, which gives officer permission to enter a specific location to look for specific objects ...

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Florida's Death Penalty

    In a groundbreaking case, the process by which many Florida individuals are sentence to death has been deemed unconstitutional by the United States ...

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  • What's The Difference Between Assault & Battery?

    Although they are commonly referred to as a single offense, assault and battery are actually two distinct crimes in Florida. Prosecutors will ...

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  • South Miami Facebook Killer To Give Testimony

    On Tuesday, a South Miami resident named Derek M. will testify before a jury regarding the 2013 murder of his wife, Jennifer A. Derek has not denied ...

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  • Miami Police Want to Use Experimental Software to "Predict" Crime

    Can criminal offenses be predicted? That's the question many police departments all over the country—including the Miami Police Department—are ...

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  • Authorities Move Forward with Murder Charges Against Diplomat's Son

    Miami prosecutors are moving forward with felony charges against Marc Wabafiyebazu, the 15-year-old son of a prominent Canadian diplomat. Wabafiyebazu ...

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  • Mirer Case: Defendant Accused of Cocaine Trafficking Avoids Prison

    Even when all the odds are stacked against a defendant, a strong attorney will oftentimes find a way to still obtain a positive outcome for the ...

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