Areas Of Defense
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There are several different ways that you could potentially be charged with Obstructing Justice. The most common way we see this charge brought is under statute 843.02, Resisting Officer without Violence.
The Florida Prostitution Statute covers a very broad category of crimes that seek to punish everyone involved. The statute targets the Prostitute (the person offering to perform a sex act for money), the John (Person offering money) and even the “Assigner” otherwise known as a Pimp (Person who sets up the appointment or engagement for sex).
Certain restrictions while on probation are to be expected: no driving, no alcohol or drug consumption, no contact with the alleged victim or repayment of restitution. However, some restrictions can put a huge damper on your life in many ways. Oftentimes being placed on probation can create unexpected consequences.
Many prosecutors will look at your initial probation sentence as a gift that they gave you in exchange for a plea or as a sentence you received after trial. Prosecutors and judges get very upset when they see you back in “their” courtroom on an alleged violation of probation.
A person commits the offense of Possession of Alcoholic Beverages by a Minor if they have in their actual or constructive possession any Alcoholic Beverages. Alcoholic Beverages include: Beer, Wine, Malt Liquor, Malt Beverage (Smirnoff Ice, Mikes Hard Lemonade) or other distilled liquor (vodka, whiskey etc.)
Florida Statute 322.36 states that a person may not authorize or knowingly permit a motor vehicle owned by him or her to be operated on any highway or public street by a person who is not lawfully licensed to drive.
A case involving an organized scheme to defraud is usually presented to the state attorney’s office Economic Crimes Unit. These cases are generally reviewed extensively by prosecutors and detectives prior to filing charges. If you are reading this, you or someone you know has been charged with, or is under investigation for Organized Scheme to Defraud in Florida.
The absolute most serious charge anyone can face is one that involves the unlawful killing of another human being. There are different ways that the government can charge and accuse you of murdering another person and each one is extraordinarily serious with sentences from Life in Prison to the Death Penalty.
Under Florida law, Simple Battery / Misdemeanor Battery is defined under Section 784.03, Florida Statutes. A Battery arrest or charge on your record can potentially be a very damaging thing to your personal life, career and reputation. It is recommended that you speak to an attorney immediately after you are arrested or otherwise accused of committing […]