Common Misdemeanor Misconceptions

A misdemeanor is a criminal offense that is considered less serious than a felony, but more serious than an infraction. The keyword here, however, is serious. If you look up the definition of misdemeanor, words like “not very serious” and “minor wrongdoing” are thrown around. This mindset can be detrimental to your personal record. While...
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December Newsletter

Stay Safe And Be Responsible This Holiday Season The holidays are a time for celebration with family, friends and neighbors. But the hectic pace can also present increased risks with crowded stores, traffic, stress and greater opportunities for thieves to target your purchases, valuables and personal information. Take a few precautions to help yourself and...
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What Is a Felony Charge?

Each state in the nation has different penalties for criminal convictions. People who are charged with committing a felony offense may be facing serious fines and a lengthy prison term. If you are convicted of a felony offense, you may lose several of your Constitutional rights, such as owning a firearm or the right to...
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Understanding Florida’s No-Fault Law

Florida is one of twelve states that have a no-fault law. The no-fault law in Florida requires insurance companies to provide a level of coverage for an auto policyholder who is involved in an automobile accident, regardless of who caused the accident. This law prevents parties who have been injured in an automobile accident from...
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