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Recent Posts in Criminal Procedure Category

  • Resisting an Officer Without Violence in Florida

    || 8-Jun-2020

    You’ve probably heard the term “resisting arrest” on many occasions, especially on TV or in the movies. Usually, a police officer is depicted as trying to arrest someone and the person shouts obscenities, refuses to get out of their car, refuses to be detained, or runs away from the cop. Once the officer catches up to the suspect, he or she slaps on the handcuffs and tells them ...
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  • Can I Travel Abroad with a Felony Record?

    || 18-May-2020

    If you’re a U.S. citizen who was convicted of a felony in the past, you may be wondering if you can travel abroad with a felony on your record. This is a very good question and one that should be answered before you book your big trip. For starters, let’s discuss U.S. passports. Generally, if someone has a felony conviction on their record, they should not have any trouble obtaining a ...
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  • Can I Obtain a U.S. Passport with a Felony Record?

    || 18-Mar-2020

    Many, if not most Americans end up traveling abroad at some point in their lives. After all, it’s very common for people to travel overseas to visit family, for their jobs, or for vacation. If you were previously convicted of a crime, as a term of your probation or parole, you may have been prohibited by the court to leave Florida, let alone the country. Now, you have completed your sentence ...
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  • Will My Case Go to Trial?

    || 15-Jan-2020

    If you’re facing criminal charges for the first time, you probably have a lot of questions going through your mind right now. Will you be found guilty? Will you be incarcerated? How much will the fines be? Will you lose your job? And, will your case go to trial? For the purposes of this article, we’re going to discuss the last question about the likelihood of your case going to trial. ...
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