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Monthly Archives: May 2024


Could I Go to Jail If I Cannot Pay My Taxes?

By Asilia Law Firm |

Florida has no state income tax. Of course, most Floridians are still on the hook for federal income taxes. This can impose significant financial hardship, particularly for those who are self-employed or rely on non-traditional means for earning a living. In many cases, a person simply cannot afford to pay their income tax bill… Read More »

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Do the Police Have to Read My Rights Again If I “Re-Initiate” Contact?

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One of the most basic principles of criminal defense law is that a suspect never has to answer questions to the police. Indeed, every police officer knows they must give a Miranda warning advising a person of both this right to remain silent as well as the right to speak with an attorney. Such… Read More »

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Can You Refuse a Field Sobriety Test in Miami?

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When a police officer suspects someone of drunk driving, the officer will often ask the suspect to take one or more “field sobriety tests.” For example, the officer will instruct the suspect to close their eyes, tilt their head back, and attempt to touch their nose with one finger. If the suspect has difficulty… Read More »

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What Are the Differences Between Felonies and Misdemeanors in Miami?

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When you are arrested on suspicion of committing a crime in Florida, you may be charged with a felony and/or a misdemeanor depending on the circumstances. Although misdemeanors are generally considered less serious than felonies, they still carry significant consequences for a conviction. In addition, there are different types or “degrees” of felonies and… Read More »

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Former Jacksonville Jaguars Executive Sentenced for Wire Fraud

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Mail and wire fraud are two of the most common federal white collar criminal charges a person can face in South Florida. These crimes involve the use of a physical or electronic communications system to defraud another person. In many cases, mail fraud or wire fraud serves as an “add-on” charge with other white… Read More »

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