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Conspiracy Charges And Building A Defense

By King Law Group |

If two or more individuals agree to commit a crime, conspiracy charges can follow. This is possible in a range of situations, there have been drug trafficking conspiracy charges and conspiracy convictions in connection to white collar crimes. To be convicted, it needs to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt that you intended to… Read More »

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What Are Florida Probation Rules?

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According to one estimate, there are approximately 150 thousand individuals in Florida who are on probation at any given time. The length of time a person spends on probation varies, depending on the severity of the offense and the details surrounding the arrest. Even when probation is long, lasting a decade or more, it… Read More »

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Are Assault And Battery The Same?

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In Florida and throughout the country, assault and battery are criminal offenses. But there are differences in how the charges are handled from state to state. Florida law has specific language that distinguishes one offense from the other, both carry penalties. The basic difference between assault and battery is if physical contact was made…. Read More »

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What Is A Grand Theft Crime?

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When a person intentionally takes the property of another person or attempts to do the stealing, they could be charged with theft in the state of Florida. Naturally, there are a lot of different kinds of theft charges, and what type of theft charge you receive depends on the details of the theft and… Read More »

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How To Deal With An Out-Of-State Arrest

By King Law Group |

Many out-of-state vacationers enjoy spending time in Clearwater. In fact, the entire state of Florida has a large amount of tourism, over 120 million vacationers each year according to one estimate. Families flock to the area for the stunning beaches and family-friendly activities while college-aged vacationers and young adults seek out the vibrant nightlife…. Read More »

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What If A Friend Had Drugs In My Car?

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If you were pulled over in Florida and law enforcement discovered drugs in your car, it is likely you will be charged with possession, even if they were the drugs of a friend. This is possible because police often believe the person who owns and operates a vehicle has control over the space, meaning… Read More »

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Steps After A DUI Arrest

By King Law Group |

There are penalties in place when individuals are arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Florida. While it is common knowledge that driving drunk is against the law, many people facing charges do not understand the steps following an arrest, particularly if they are a first time offender. It is important to have… Read More »

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Types Of Accounting Fraud And Your Defense

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When an individual is charged with accounting fraud, there will be a distinction between if the person is suspected of organized fraud or communications fraud. Both types of accounting fraud are connected with laws surrounding intent to defraud, meaning the party is seeking to obtain assets or property through false representation or statements. If… Read More »

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Four Things To Know About Florida DUIs

By King Law Group |

DUI is an abbreviation for driving under the influence, meaning a person is under the influence of controlled substances or alcoholic beverages. There are blood alcohol levels in place for law enforcement to determine if you are under the influence. So, for example, if you have a blood alcohol level that is .08% or… Read More »

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Florida Law And Drug Paraphernalia Charges

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Drug paraphernalia charges in Florida are not rare. If there are no other charges, you will likely be facing a first-degree misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of up to $1,000 in fines and up to a year in jail. If you are unsure of what is considered paraphernalia, it is basically any item that… Read More »

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