Is it a Crime if I Break Into a Car to Rescue a Pet or a Child?
Florida’s Governor, Rick Scott, signed legislation removing any kind of liability for civil or criminal action against anyone breaking into
How to Handle a False Allegation of Domestic Violence
A false allegation of domestic violence against a spouse, partner, family member or someone else close to you can lead to serious consequenc
Don’t Talk to a Tax Investigator! See Your Attorney Instead!
If a tax auditor has reason to believe that you have been involved in sales tax irregularities of any kind, then you may be contacted by an
Alternative Sentencing Options for Florida Drug Crimes
Florida law is not sympathetic to people involved in prohibited drugs. There are severe penalties for all the different kinds of drug crimes
All You Need To Know About Petit Theft in Florida
Under Florida Law, petit theft is when someone takes or tries to take somebody else’s property which has a value below $300.
You Shot an Intruder Dead –Was it Murder?
You are asleep in bed in your own home when you are suddenly woken up by a faint sound coming from another room in the house. You get up, pi
What Happens if You are Arrested for DUI While on Vacation?
Millions of people come to Florida every year for a vacation, visit relatives or friends or come on business. Many of these out of state vis
Even a Little White Lie Can Get You Into Trouble
We all know we shouldn’t lie. We are taught that by our parents, at school, in Church and by those who enforce the law. Few of us never, eve
Did You Know That Sexting Could Be a Crime?
Sexting is the name for what some people think is quite an innocuous practice. When consenting adults send each other saucy text messages, t
Can Teachers be Legally Armed in Florida Schools?
The answer is a qualified “yes.” Florida has brought in a new law this year allowing school districts the option of arming teachers to try a