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Understanding DNA Used as Evidence

Deoxyribonucleic Acid, commonly referred to as “DNA,” is a molecule inside our cells that contain our genetic information. Not so long ago, criminal convictions were made based on fingerprints which, like DNA, are unique to individuals.

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Motions to Suppress: Getting Evidence Excluded

In the United States, if you are charged with a crime, you are entitled to a trial by a jury of your peers and representation by an attorney. The legal threshold for conviction is proof “beyond a reasonable doubt” that you carried out the crime. This is a high bar, and prosecutors must present evidence that convinces the jury that there is no other explanation for the crime other than that you did it.

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The Validity of Eyewitness Testimony

Eyewitness testimony can be one of the most critical pieces of evidence used in a criminal trial, especially when there is no other compelling evidence to prove the defendant’s guilt. In some cases, eyewitness testimony may be the only piece of evidence in the prosecution’s case.

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Should I Still Hire an Attorney if I Think I’m Guilty?

Being charged with a crime can be a terrifying experience, regardless of whether you think you are guilty or not. A criminal conviction can have a serious impact on your life, result in imprisonment, tarnish your reputation, and be a lifelong barrier to professional opportunities.

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Mental Health & Criminal Defense

In the years since 2020, mental health has been under the microscope more than ever before. What happens when mental health and the judicial system collide? What most prosecutors don’t want to admit is that mental health is often a major contributor or underlying condition that can be a catalyst for criminal behavior.

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Understanding Probation Violations

If you have recently violated the terms of your probation, you must contact an attorney immediately. Depending on when the violation took place, a motion to revoke your probation may already be in the works.

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Consequences of a Domestic Violence Charge

Domestic violence charges can permanently change the path of your life. The consequences of these charges, whether they are related to domestic abuse or domestic battery, can be complicated.

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What Qualifies as Solicitation of a Minor?

Under Florida law, sexual solicitation of a minor—using an online service or electronic device to seduce, lure, or entice a minor to engage in unlawful sexual acts—is a felony offense that is often punished severely.

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Are There Alternatives to Going to Jail?

The possibility of incarceration is designed to be a deterrent for those tempted to commit a crime. It frequently is not a great enough threat to deter crime; however, the prospect of it may be frightening once you are charged with a crime where jail time is a possible penalty.

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Penalties for Sex Crimes in Florida

If you have been charged with a sex crime, you know the stakes. Not only do courts punish them harshly, but punishment also continues long after your release in the form of sex offender registration and social stigma. Many

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