Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu
+

Monthly Archives: February 2024

Fraud3

Theft By Fraud: Tampa Man Faces Criminal Charges In Pinellas County For Stealing Nearly Half A Million Dollars

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

Theft is one of the most common crimes in Pinellas County. While cases range from relatively minor shoplifting offenses to more serious felony crimes, being convicted of any type of theft in Florida can result in severe penalties. Theft by fraud has become an increasing problem in our digital age. Our Seminole criminal attorney… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Mediation8

Getting A Divorce In Pinellas County? The Benefits Of Mediation

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

There are a few situations in which couples may be able to endure all that tends to happen at the end of a marriage and remain friends. For the majority of people, though, feelings of sadness, anger, distrust, and betrayal surround the situation and are hard to overcome. Unfortunately, once you take the steps… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
DrugArrest

State And Local Police Make Large-Scale Drug Bust In Pinellas County

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

Illegal drug use, sales, and distribution pose serious problems in Pinellas County and police are vigilant in their efforts at apprehending offenders. Those charged with drug crimes in Seminole face potentially heavy fines and a lengthy prison sentence. Before making arrests, investigators often cast a wide net and look to catch as many alleged… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
PIClaims

New Year’s Resolutions To Reduce Pinellas County Personal Injury Risks

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

As 2023 winds to a close, many of us will take time to reflect on all that has happened and make resolutions for 2024. When considering improvements you may want to make in the year ahead, put protecting your health and safety at the top of the list. Our Seminole personal injury attorney explains… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn