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According to the FBI, more than 60,000 law enforcement officers experienced assault while performing their duties in 2020. While dealing with aggressive individuals and violent crimes is a part of the job, hefty penalties come with assaulting a

Each year, roughly 5,000 motor vehicle crashes in Florida involve someone driving under the influence. However, this number grossly underrepresents the number of Floridians pulled over and arrested for a DUI yearly. Just how long does a DUI

The National Institute of Justice states that nearly 44% of offenders return to prison within the first year after release. Since the U.S. has some of the highest recidivism rates in the world, state governments across the country

The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the right to bear arms to all citizens of the United States. However, federal and state laws prevent certain classes of people, including convicted felons and persons with misdemeanor

A report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics states that 3.4 million Americans 16 years of age and older were victims of stalking in 2019. Additionally, it may be unsurprising to know that women continue to be victims

Data from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) shows 344 fatalities were due to distracted driving in 2021. Even more startling is that there were almost 57,000 distracted driving car accidents! Distracted driving is

Most states have laws to discourage citizens from hiring prostitutes, a profession that is illegal in all 50 states. Basically, by punishing the Johns that solicit sexual services, the states aim to somehow curb that industry (whether that’s

The terms sexual battery and sexual assault are often used interchangeably. While it’s true that they are considered the same thing in some jurisdictions, the same isn’t true in Florida. These important differences are critical if you’re charged

The state of Florida records about 200,000 car crashes yearly, equating to more than 500 accidents per day. As a result, these crashes lead to thousands of fatal personal injuries and many vehicular manslaughter charges for negligent drivers.

Psychosexual evaluations (PSE) are used widely by courts, defense lawyers, and attorneys to offer a basis to gauge a person’s risk of repeating a sexual offense. A defense attorney may request a PSE, which is entirely confidential. Moreover,

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