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Hate Crimes in Florida
Hate Crimes in Florida

Most states, including Florida, have enacted laws to severely punish individuals who commit hate crimes. According to Florida law, a hate crime is defined as a criminal act or an attempted criminal act committed by someone against a person, an individual’s property, or a ...

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Blog Posts in 2021

  • Gov. DeSantis Signs HB 1 & SB 2510 into Law

    On April 19, 2021, Florida Gov. Rob DeSantis signed five bills into law. Two of them involve changes to criminal law. The following blog post is an ...

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  • Sex Offender Registration in Florida

    If you are convicted for a sex crime in Florida, not only do you face a lengthy prison sentence and fines worth thousands of dollars, but you must ...

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  • Florida Courts Dealing with Massive Case Backlog due to COVID-19

    Since March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses and operations to limit public access or completely shut down. While Florida’s ...

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  • Expungement & Record Sealing in Florida

    Getting convicted in Florida is not only punishable by harsh criminal penalties such as jail/prison time and fines, but it can also result in a ...

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  • Can I Refuse to Take a Field Sobriety Test in Florida?

    If you are pulled over for a suspected DUI by law enforcement officials in Florida, you may be asked to take one or several “field sobriety tests” ...

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  • How Police Detect Drunk Drivers in Florida

    In order to pull over a motorist for suspected DUI in Florida, the police must have reasonable suspicion that the driver is committing, has committed, ...

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  • Sexting Laws in Florida

    Texting has become one of the most popular ways of communicating with one another. When it comes to romantic relationships, texting that involves ...

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  • What is a Business Purposes Only (BPO) License?

    Immediately after a DUI arrest in Florida, the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles (DHMSV) will automatically suspend your driver’s ...

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  • What Happens If a Minor Gets a DUI in Florida?

    Underage drinking occurs among college and high school students throughout the United States. However, drivers under 21 years old can face serious ...

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