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Monthly Archives: April 2020

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Sentencing Enhancements in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Under Florida law, courts are permitted to impose significant sentencing enhancements for defendants who have been convicted of a criminal offense. Although intended to punish repeat offenders, the new sentencing structure affects defendants with all types of criminal histories. One of the best ways to avoid receiving an unfair sentence is to obtain legal… Read More »

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The Importance of Establishing Intent in White Collar Crime Cases

By Justin Reep |

There are two main elements that prosecutors must prove beyond a reasonable doubt in order to obtain a conviction in a criminal case: the criminal act and criminal intent. The first requires proof that a defendant committed an unlawful act, while the latter involves proving that a person intended to commit the crime in… Read More »

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Dating Violence

By Justin Reep |

Although many people think that domestic violence only involves spouses or couples who share children, the reality is that Florida also specifically recognizes another form of domestic violence, known as dating violence. Dating violence is defined as any violent acts that occur between two individuals who have a continuing relationship of an intimate or… Read More »

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Types of Felony Probation Programs in Florida

By Justin Reep |

The kinds of requirements with which probationers must comply depends in large part on the type of program in question, making it especially important for those who have been sentenced to a term of probation for a felony conviction, to speak with an experienced Seminole probation violation lawyer who can walk them through their… Read More »

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