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Monthly Archives: November 2021

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Statutes Of Limitations In Florida: When You Can Be Charged Years After A Crime

By Justin Reep |

It is true that the chances of solving a crime decrease after the first 48 hours. However, even if months or years have passed, perpetrators can get caught. New witnesses may come forward or new evidence can turn up leading to an arrest. Depending on the specific type of crime, laws pertaining to statutes… Read More »

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Raid Results In Arrest Of Four People On Drug Trafficking In Pinellas County

By Justin Reep |

Local police take their jobs seriously when it comes to pursuing people for drug crimes in Pinellas County. They conduct lengthy investigations, gathering the evidence needed to obtain a warrant. Once they make an arrest and have suspects in custody, prosecutors are aggressive in making charges stick. Four people were recently arrested in a… Read More »

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Four Common Reasons For Getting A Divorce In Seminole And How They Can Impact Your Divorce Case

By Justin Reep |

Every marriage is as different as the individual spouses involved. There are a variety of reasons why problems may arise, which can turn the idea of filing for a divorce in Seminole into a reality.  The following outlines five of the most common reasons marriages fail and how it could end up impacting your… Read More »

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Protecting Yourself In Pinellas County Police Encounters: When Officers Are Justified In Use Of Force In Making Arrests

By Justin Reep |

Even if you have done nothing wrong, being confronted by the police is an intimidating experience. If you are engaged in any type of illegal activity, you could easily end up taking actions that only escalate the situation. Aggressive behavior on the part of a suspect in our area recently led to a fatal… Read More »

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