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Posts tagged "Juvenile Crimes"

Juvenile crimes -- can they be expunged?

Any youth in Florida who became involved in criminal activities, even insignificant infractions, may suffer consequences as he or she grows older and enters the job market. Criminal records of anybody is readily available on the internet, and even a once-off misstep could jeopardize a person's future. This is where it may be wise to explore the possibility to expungement of criminal records related to juvenile crimes.

3 tips for keeping kids away from drugs

South Florida communities such as Fort Myers and Cape Coral are known as welcoming places to live and raise families. According to a report from the Sun Sentinel, though, there may be another reputation threatening to take over: an opioid epidemic that is claiming the lives of hundreds in the area.

Florida’s underage drinking laws

If your child has been charged with underage drinking, you may be confused about what Florida’s laws are concerning the crime. We at the Law Firm of Scott T. Moorey realize the stress that parents feel in these situations and are here to help you understand the laws and penalties that your child may be facing.

The difference between a felony and a misdemeanor

If you or your child have been charged with a juvenile crime in Florida, you may be wondering what exactly the charges mean. Confusing terms can make a stressful situation worse when you are trying to understand what will happen in the future. We at the Law Firm of Scott T. Moorey not only work to fight for your rights in court, but also to enlighten you about the complex legal terms that may be used in your case.

Sentenced to probation? You're not off the hook

Avoiding jail time for a criminal conviction is a top priority for any person facing charges, and receiving probation can be a great relief. However, you should not make the mistake of thinking that you are out of the woods if you are sentenced to probation in lieu of incarceration.

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