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What Makes Juvenile and Adult Criminal Charges Different in Florida?

Posted on : December 15, 2020, By:  admin

Juvenile offenders don’t go through the same criminal process as adults do. This is true for Florida and most, if not all, other states. Underage defendants are subject to a different set of guidelines and their penalties may be focused more on rehabilitation than punishment. Here’s the most critical information to know.   Who Is Considered […]

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What Can I Do to Survive Divorcing During the Holidays?

Posted on : November 14, 2020, By:  admin

A holiday divorce can be exponentially more difficult than a divorce any other time of year, although both are challenging. Here’s what your family can do to make dissolving your marriage during the holidays as pain-free as possible and what your next best step should be. Be As Flexible As Possible  If you can be […]

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What Types of Cases Can Be Dismissed?

Posted on : October 14, 2020, By:  admin

If you’ve been charged with a crime, you may be wondering if it’s possible to have your case dismissed. Case dismissals can happen, but only if certain circumstances apply. Here’s what you need to know.  What Types of Cases Can Be Dismissed?  Any criminal case can be dismissed if a judge determines that there is […]

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What Are Some Ways to Engage in Divorce Self Care?

Posted on : September 29, 2020, By:  admin
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Considering divorce? Make sure you’re practicing good self-care. Here’s how.  Be Patient With Yourself   Going through a divorce is challenging, even if it’s something you want and know is best for your family. A critical part of self-care is allowing yourself to have enough space to grieve the end of your marriage and simultaneously begin […]

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What Are the Most Common Alibis Used in Criminal Justice Cases

Posted on : August 30, 2020, By:  admin

What You Need To Know About Alibi’s In a criminal justice case, one of the most effective — and common — defenses is having an alibi. An alibi is some type of evidence that proves you could not be guilty of the crime you are accused of because you were with another person or somewhere […]

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