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When is Self-Defense Justified in Florida?

When is Self-Defense Justified in Florida?

In the state of Florida, there are certain situations when a person can use force to defend themselves. This is generally known as self-defense and is lawful when used in order to avoid the consequences of another illegal, violent act. It’s important to understand the...
How Much Jail Time Will I Get? Will I Go to Prison?

How Much Jail Time Will I Get? Will I Go to Prison?

If you have been arrested or fear that you or your loved one may soon be arrested for something, one of the most common questions is how much time are they facing in jail or even prison? First lets answer this: What’s the difference between jail and prison? The...
If Charges Are Dropped Does it Stay on My Record?

If Charges Are Dropped Does it Stay on My Record?

You may be asking yourself….. If my charges are dropped, does it stay on my record? So many times people don’t realize that once an arrest is made, unless you seal or expunge it, that arrest will ALWAYS show up on a background check EVEN if the case was...
How Do I Know If a Lawyer is Legitimate?

How Do I Know If a Lawyer is Legitimate?

Finding a good lawyer can be difficult. To top everything off, how do you know that the lawyer you found is even legitimate? Here are a few things to check: Be Sure to Check State Licensing Websites If your prospective attorney is actually licensed to practice law in...
Is an Attorney and a Lawyer the Same Thing?

Is an Attorney and a Lawyer the Same Thing?

In the U.S., the terms attorney and lawyer are often used interchangeably. Do they mean the same thing? The fact is, though they are very similar, there is a slight difference between the two. Let’s look at the difference, and why it’s significant. How...
When is Theft Considered a Felony?

When is Theft Considered a Felony?

Defendants accused of theft in Florida often want to know if they will receive a felony or misdemeanor charge. The state has stiff punishments for those convicted of felony theft. However, not all theft receives a felony charge since the state bases the charges on...