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Monthly Archives: February 2020

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Probation Violations in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Probation is a form of community supervision that imposes specific conditions and terms (in lieu of incarceration) on those who have been convicted of certain criminal offenses. However, these sentences should still not be taken lightly, as violating a condition of probation can have serious consequences, including the revocation of the sentence altogether, so… Read More »

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Being Charged with the Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Fraudulently using a credit card is one of the most commonly charged white collar crimes in Florida and comes with serious penalties for those who are convicted. To learn more about preparing a strong defense to your own credit card fraud charges, please contact an experienced Seminole white collar crime attorney who can advise… Read More »

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Boating Under the Influence in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Although most of us associate operating a vehicle while intoxicated with drunk driving, in Florida, operating other vessels, such as a boat, while intoxicated also qualifies as driving under the influence, or a BUI. Boating under the influence comes with serious penalties, so if you were recently arrested for or charged with a BUI,… Read More »

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Florida’s Implied Consent Laws

By Justin Reep |

When investigating a motorist for driving under the influence, law enforcement officers usually ask the individual to submit to a breath, urine, or blood test, the results of which are then used to determine the driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC). In Florida, motorists who operate vehicles in the state are automatically assumed to agree… Read More »

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