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Blog Posts in June, 2019

  • Police Interrogations and Juvenile Rights

    || 20-Jun-2019

    What would it take for your child to admit to doing something they did not do? The answer to this question for five families is explored and answered in the recent Netflix series titled “When They See Us,”. The series, which revisits a 1989 case where five minority teenagers, known as the “Central Park Five”, were wrongfully accused, convicted, and imprisoned for brutally ...
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  • Bankruptcy is a debt relief option that can stop creditors from taking action against you if you are delinquent on loans. When you file for bankruptcy, most of your debt is discharged or wiped out. If you want to make purchases before or after filing, it could affect the process or result in more debt. Making Purchases Before Filing for Bankruptcy When you file for bankruptcy, you are claiming ...
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  • Florida's Laws Against Tampering with Evidence

    || 3-Jun-2019

    In a criminal trial, the prosecutor presents documents, records, statements, and other objects as evidence to build their case against a defendant. Because of this, a person can face severe penalties if they destroy anything that could potentially be submitted during the trial. Destroying or Altering Physical Evidence Florida Statute 918.13 prohibits tampering with or fabricating physical ...
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