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October 2019 Archives

Juvenile crimes: Check your kids' planned Halloween pranks

What is more fun than dressing up for Halloween and trick or treating in Florida or elsewhere? However, along with costumes and candy, it is the time for pranks. While most pranks are done for fun, it might be a good idea to check that the pranks your teenagers plan will not get them arrested and charged with juvenile crimes.

22-year-old student killed on UCF campus by alleged DUI driver

A Boca Raton man was arrested and locked up in a Florida jail on a recent Friday morning. He faces a DUI manslaughter charge, following an accident that caused the death of a 36-year-old man from Sanford. According to court documents, the fatal car accident occurred shortly before 1:30 a.m. on the main campus of the University of Central Florida.

Juvenile crimes: Officer fired after arrest of 6-year-olds

The Orlando Chief of Police recently expressed his displeasure in the actions of a school resource officer. Reportedly, the chief apologized to two 6-year-old children and their parents after the officer arrested and handcuffed the children in two separate incidents. Strangely, there is no minimum age of jurisdiction in Florida, although there are steps to take before arresting children for alleged juvenile crimes.

Juvenile crimes: What does community service involve?

In Florida, judges are authorized to sentence defendants to community service. In many cases, such court orders are issued for juvenile crimes, especially when the charges involve misdemeanors and delinquency. But what does community service involve?

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