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July 2018 Archives

Oops, they did it again: What crime shows get wrong

TV makes for good entertainment, whether your preference is drama, comedy, crime, medical, historical or something else. As you may have guessed, TV does get some things wrong, whether accidentally or on purpose. Sometimes, these errors do not matter in the grand scheme. If the period dress in a historical drama is 50 years too early or 50 years too late, it probably will not affect anyone's life today.

How to stay safe if the other person is violent after a crash

You are minding your own business on the road, when, without warning, another vehicle strikes your car. Suddenly, you find yourself facing a situation most people encounter at least once in their lives – dealing with the aftermath of a minor car accident. While this scenario is frustrating and even a little scary to endure, Florida residents shouldn’t have to fear for their safety when sorting out the details of a crash at the curbside.

4 Florida residents accused of white collar crimes

Three people were recently arrested in Florida while a fourth suspect remains at large. They are all suspects in white collar crimes that involved over $20,000 worth of allegedly fraudulent transactions. According to the Polk County Sheriff's office, the suspects included two 26-year-old and two 30-year-old individuals.

Some non-violent juvenile crimes in Florida could be expunged

Facing criminal charges is harrowing, and the consequences of a conviction can be devastating. When the charges are for juvenile crimes, the impact could be even more severe. Fortunately, the Florida juvenile justice system is not punishment-oriented like the adult criminal justice system, but geared more toward rehabilitation.

How will you get to work after a DUI license suspension?

Anyone in Florida who is convicted of impaired driving may have to face several consequences. Along with fines, fees and court costs, a DUI conviction usually also leads to license suspension. This could adversely impact various aspects of the person's life. Along with the inability to get the necessary shopping done, how will he or she get to work -- after all, an income is essential to pay fines.

3 of the most common juvenile crime charges

Nothing is more nerve-wracking than getting the call that law enforcement has arrested your son or daughter. You would like to imagine that your child is responsible and diligent enough to avoid run-ins with the law, but this may not always be the case. This does not mean that a kid is bad—or that he or she is guilty. It is important to address the situation realistically and understand your options. 

Woman arrives at court for jury duty, leaves facing drug charges

Florida residents who are called for jury duty can visit a dedicated website for advice about what to wear. Although it warns people to limit the jewelry they plan to wear and not to have change in their pockets to avoid being stopped at the metal detectors, there is no advice about carrying drugs. Anyone who is in possession of illegal drugs when he or she arrives for jury duty might have to face drug charges instead.

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