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Blog Posts in September, 2012

When can depositions be taken in my case?

One of the most important things an attorney can do for you in a criminal case is depose witnesses the state will be calling. However, clients often do not understand that depositions cannot always be ...
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What is Criminal Conspiracy in Florida?

Conspiracy is one of the most mysterious and misunderstood charges in criminal law. In Florida, conspiracy is not a charge on its own. Conspiracy must be attached to another crime such as murder, ...
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What is attorney-client privilege?

A lot of people are hesitant to talk with attorneys openly and honestly because many are unsure what the lawyer can turn around and tell others. Unfortunately this can lead to misunderstandings ...
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Can I violate my probation (VOP) or community control for not paying money?

If you do not pay your fines and fees (court costs, restitution, probation costs of supervision, etc.) and it was ordered as a condition of your probation or community control to have done so, a ...
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Should I write a letter to the judge about my case?

In almost all cases, if you write a letter to the judge that is assigned to hear your case, the letter will be copied and sent to the state attorney (prosecutor) who is prosecuting you! A copy will ...
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What's the difference between an arrest warrant and a search warrant in Florida?

While it is fairly obvious on its face what the difference between these two types of warrants is, there are some nuances that are not so obvious. While the differences may not be critical to your ...
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