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Woman arrested after causing fatal vehicle crash

One woman in Florida is currently behind bars after allegedly killing a man in a vehicle accident while driving on a license that had been revoked. The woman was arrested following the accident, which took place on a recent Sunday morning in late February. She is 27 years old.

Seeking legal help re criminal offense in Florida

Florida is a state bustling with tourists, travelers, retirees and many thousands of residents who share roadways and interact in personal and business settings on a daily basis. In a variety of circumstances or incidents that occur between motorists, neighbors, employers/employees or other parties, law enforcement agents sometimes issues charges of a criminal offense against one or more persons involved. Especially for someone who has never before been accused of a crime, such a situation can be very worrisome and stressful.

Odd case includes criminal charges for dental assistant

Florida readers may be aware of an unusual news item involving a Jacksonville dentist and members of his staff. The dentist is accused of multiple misdeeds, including the abuse of children under his care, Medicaid fraud, and acts of malpractice. One member of his staff, a dental assistant, has been arrested under related criminal charges.

Criminal defense for homeschooling parents?

Many Florida parents have made the decision to assume responsibility for the education of their children. Homeschooling has a long history within the state, and most parents who make this choice do so with every intention of providing their child with the best possible learning environment. In one Florida county, multiple homeschooling parents have been ordered to register their child in a public or private school within three days or face criminal charges. If that threat becomes reality, these families may find themselves crafting a criminal defense in the matter.

Police officer charged with misdemeanor criminal charges

A recent encounter between a Florida police officer and a disabled veteran took an unusual turn. When the 20-year police department veteran observed a man walking into a store after parking in a handicapped spot, he confronted the man. Things went downhill from there, and the end result is misdemeanor criminal charges for the police officer as well as administrative leave from his position of the police force.

Criminal defense to center on stand your ground law

Florida residents may recall a violent episode that took place last year in a Wesley Chapel movie theater. The incident left one man dead, and another facing second-degree murder charges. As he prepares to address those charges in court, the retired police captain plans to invoke the "stand your ground" rule within his criminal defense.

Woman arrested in Florida, accused of criminal offense

Florida readers may be aware of an unusual child custody case that has led to the arrest of a mother of five. The woman, 50 years of age, is accused of attempting to hide two of her teenage daughters from their father. While the child custody case was not initiated in Florida, the woman may petition a local court to handle the matter now that she has been charged with a criminal offense, and she could fight extradition back to the initial jurisdiction.

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