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Monthly Archives: January 2020

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What are Occupational Crimes?

By Justin Reep |

Also known as workplace crimes, occupational crimes are defined as offenses that are committed by someone during the course of his or her employment. Occupational crimes encompass a wide range of criminal acts, but the most common include white collar offenses, such as embezzlement, money laundering, tax fraud, and the misuse of company information… Read More »

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DUI and Administrative Driver’s License Suspension in Florida

By Justin Reep |

There are a number of reasons why a motorist might have his or her driver’s license suspended or revoked, but most are related to unpaid traffic tickets, failing to appear at a traffic summons, or being convicted of driving while under the influence. The steps that a person is required to take in order… Read More »

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What to do if You are Issued a Traffic Citation in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Being issued a traffic citation in Florida can result in fines, the assessment of points to the driver’s record, and even driver’s license suspension. Fortunately, motorists who receive traffic citations can avoid these penalties, so if you were recently issued a ticket, it is important to speak with an experienced Seminole traffic citation lawyer… Read More »

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What it Means to be Charged with a White Collar Crime

By Justin Reep |

Although many people associate Florida’s criminal code with violent offenses like assault and battery, drug-related crimes, or traffic violations, the reality is that these are only a few of the many different types of offenses with which a person can be charged. Many defendants, for example, face white collar crime charges, or allegations of… Read More »

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