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February 2015 Archives

You must take criminal defense charges seriously

It may seem obvious, but criminal charges are extremely serious, and you must defend against them. In a perfect world, if you were charged with a crime and you were innocent, you would not have to worry about a thing. Unfortunately, even if you are innocent, you could still be convicted if the prosecution makes a better case for your guilt than you make for your innocence. In Florida, just like the other states, you are innocent until proven guilty; however, that does not mean that you don't have to defend your innocence.

What is the difference between murder and manslaughter?

If you've ever heard a legal discussion on homicide, in person or even on television, you may have heard terms such as murder and manslaughter. Those who are not experienced in legal terminology may be confused as to just what the difference is between the two, especially when you begin throwing in the different types and degrees of manslaughter and murder. This is especially relevant for people who have accidentally caused the death of another human.

Florida deputy charged with driving under influence of alcohol

Few people show as much respect for the threat of a drunk driving conviction as they should. A drunk driving conviction can have serious financial and legal ramifications, including heavy fines, suspension of driver's license, and even jail time depending on the circumstances. Despite this, many people have no fear of drunk driving simply because they do not drink and drive. Unfortunately, it is not always that simple.

Domestic violence cases are serious accusations

Being accused of domestic violence is a very serious situation. Nobody is around when you and your spouse or domestic partner are alone in your homes, and thus it is often your word against your accuser?s. A domestic violence conviction can change your entire life, limiting or preventing you from spending time with your children, not to mention possible fines or jail time. This can occur even if there is no physical violence in the allegation, making it even more important to take your criminal defense very seriously.

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