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  • Testimony is Evidence
    Testimony is Evidence

    As your case proceeds, you’ll meet with your attorney – and talk to them on the phone. And your attorney is going to talk to you about evidence. In a criminal case evidence is what the State uses to ...

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  • What Does the New Texting and Driving Law Mean for Me?
    What Does the New Texting and Driving Law Mean for Me?

    On July 1 st a new bill will take effect – allowing the police to stop you and ticket you for driving and texting. It has been illegal to text and drive for Florida in years – however the police have ...

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  • Motions. Motions. Motions.
    Motions. Motions. Motions.

    So your case is rolling along – you’ve had your initial court date, you’ve met with your lawyer a couple of times, and then at the next meeting he tells you “Ok, we need to file a motion.” What does ...

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  • Unwed Parents and Custody
    Unwed Parents and Custody

    Generally, Florida courts are in favor of a shared parenting agreement. This means both parties have custody of the child in an agreed upon manner. However, this isn’t so in the case of unwed parents. ...

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  • Am I Entitled to Any my Spouse's Retirement If We Divorce?
    Am I Entitled to Any my Spouse's Retirement If We Divorce?

    You’ve been working for 23 years – building up a retirement account. And you’re seven years from being able to retire when you and your spouse separate. What happens to that retirement account you’ve ...

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  • The Right to Remain Silent
    The Right to Remain Silent

    We’ve all heard it on TV or in the movies. But what does “you have the right to remain silent” actually mean to you? The right sprang from the United States Supreme Court case Miranda v Arizona . What ...

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