Violent Crimes

Violent Crimes

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed several historical bills into law during the latest legislature session, which ended on May 5, 2023. One focuses on the Florida death penalty. In short, the changes to the law will drastically impact

A February 2023 report from FOX 35 Orlando found that there are currently 299 inmates on death row in Florida. That number is likely to increase now that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill into law

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

In Florida, it is illegal to intentionally injure someone or threaten them with violence. This type of violent crime is known as assault. When weapons get involved or someone has reason to fear for their life, an assault

In many ways, Florida seems like a refuge for gun enthusiasts. With a strong Stand Your Ground law, an open carry law on the books, a healthy hunting grounds, Florida has a healthy relationship with firearms. However, the

In Florida, as well as other states, some criminal investigations may be halted or become futile because the statute of limitations has expired. A statute of limitations is a law that puts a limit on the amount of

As gorgeous as our weather can be in the Tampa area, the Sunshine State has a dark underbelly. Florida attracts all types of people, and sometimes when so many cultures and attitudes come together in a single place,

The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution declares, “No person shall… be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb….” The phrase “twice put in jeopardy” — or “double jeopardy”

Across Florida – particularly on the Atlantic Coast – news media and citizens alike are reacting to a recent list that calls out 11 Sunshine State municipalities for their violent crime rates. The Top 100 Most Dangerous Cities

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects citizens of Florida — and the rest of the United States — from unlawful searches and seizures, the latter of which includes arrests. Even in the case of suspected

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