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Blog Posts in April, 2015

  • Search & Seizure - Part 2: Know Your Rights!

    || 24-Apr-2015

    If you don’t know your rights, you cannot exercise them to protect yourself. In part two of our blog on search and seizure, I will focus on street encounters with law enforcement. As a criminal defense attorney people always ask me about their rights if an officer comes up to them on the street and asks them questions without a reason to do so. They wonder if they have to answer, if they can ...
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  • Search & Seizure - Part 1: Just Say "No" to Searches

    || 17-Apr-2015

    Do you understand your Fourth Amendment right against unlawful searches and seizures? Few people do, and law enforcement often takes advantage of the average person’s ignorance regarding their rights and uses it to perform searches, gather evidence and build cases against them when they would otherwise be unable to do so. In this blog we will discuss the two most common scenarios where you ...
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  • If Only Life Were Like Monopoly

    || 10-Apr-2015

    In real life there is no such thing as a get out of jail free card. Instead, one of the first things a person arrested for a crime wants to know is what is my bail? Many jurisdictions like St. Johns County, Duval County, Flagler County, and Putnam County have a bail schedule that sets the amount of bail for different types of crimes. Of course, a judge can always change that amount if they feel it ...
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  • To blow or not to blow: That is a tough question. Unlike last week in part 2 when you learned that other than for entertainment purposes with your friends, there is no real benefit to performing field sobriety exercises, deciding whether or not to provide a breath sample can be tricky. Hopefully after reading this blog you will have the information necessary to make the right choice if you are ...
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