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CrimDef8 November 6, 2019

Threats Phoned Into 5 West Palm Beach Schools

There were extra police on campus at 5 different West Palm Beach schools, including the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, on August 16, after multiple threats were called in on August 15, putting the schools on lockdown. While law enforcement immediately declared that all the threats were non-credible, calling them a wide-ranging… Read More »

CrimLaw9 October 16, 2019

Can Drug Dealers Be Charged With Murder?

Florida has a reputation as a state with strict laws and tough sentences for anyone convicted of a crime. Drug dealers in particular face stiff penalties and long sentences. However, a debate has cropped up in recent months and years surrounding the responsibility of drug dealers when their buyers die. If you have been… Read More »

Gun October 15, 2019

Gunfire On I-95 Leads To Injuries

In the early morning of July 28, a sedan driver and his passenger were headed north on I-95 when their vehicle was struck by gunfire from another passing car. Both people in the vehicle sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries from multiple bullet wounds. While as of this writing, the shooter or shooters have not… Read More »

FlagGavel October 9, 2019

Immigrant Smuggling In America

With all the discussion on the practices of the current federal administration with regard to immigration law, it is understandable to become somewhat confused about the criminal ramifications of some immigration acts. While the right to seek asylum is a legal right under both U.S. and international law, there are other acts related to… Read More »

CrimLaw10 August 5, 2019

Search and Seizure Law In Florida

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution grants the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, and because of this, law enforcement or government agencies must obtain warrants before searching the private home or property of an individual. If evidence of criminal activity is discovered, but the searcher has no warrant, that… Read More »

verdict_hammer June 25, 2019

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CrimDef4 January 23, 2019

What is the Matrix? A Revolution in Pretrial Release. Whoa!

There is a presumption, built into our Constitution, that a person charged with a crime is entitled to be released before trial; he or she is, after all, still presumed innocent.  Historically, at a hearing called First Appearance, the court would determine an amount of money that the defendant must post as bail in… Read More »

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