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Monthly Archives: April 2024


Your Right to a “Probable Cause” Hearing Under Florida Law

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If you have been arrested on suspicion of a felony in Florida, you typically have the right to a first appearance before a judge within 48 hours. At this first appearance, the judge will determine if there is probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed and that you committed said crime…. Read More »

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Does the Smell of Marijuana Justify a Search of Your Car in Florida?

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During a traffic stop, Florida law enforcement officers are always on the lookout for anything that might suggest the driver is guilty of something other than running a red light. Of course, the police cannot simply search your vehicle without consent or place you under arrest without probable cause. Probable cause, in turn, requires… Read More »

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Are Robbery, Burglary, and Theft Different Crimes in Florida?

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Legal terminology is often confusing for people who do not work inside the criminal justice system everyday. For example, if you read that someone has been charged with “burglary,” you might ask, “Is that same thing as theft?” For that matter, is “robbery” the same thing as burglary or theft? Theft In reality, these… Read More »

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