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What Are The Differences Between Federal And State Charges In Florida?

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If you are accused of any type of crime in Florida, you’re not alone, and you will have many questions and fears about the criminal justice process. One of those questions, depending on whether you face state or federal charges – or both – is what the differences are between the two. The main… Read More »

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What To Know About Extradition And Your Legal Rights

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Extradition is the process of bringing a person back to Florida from another state to answer for criminal charges. Through this procedure, the Florida fugitive is held in custody in another state so law enforcement officials can transport them back to Florida when an arrest warrant is outstanding. What is a “fugitive”? A fugitive… Read More »

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What To Know About Real Estate Fraud Crimes In Florida

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Real estate fraud is a persistent problem in Florida and especially in Tampa Bay’s real estate market. Local law enforcement and the FBI report over $6.2 million in losses in 2021 due to real estate fraud in the overall Tampa market – and say that dollar figure is on the conservative end. An explosion… Read More »

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What To Know About 5 Common White Collar Crimes

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“White collar crime” is a term used to describe crimes that are mainly financial in nature, usually involving some type of fraud. Some white collar crimes also involve a person’s involvement in some broader scheme with intent to deceive or defraud others. State and local law enforcement officers, along with federal agents are always… Read More »

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