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How Does Assault Differ from Battery in Florida?

By Asilia Law Firm |

You often hear the terms “assault” and “battery” used interchangeably when describing certain criminal acts. These are, however, two distinct types of crime under Florida law. Basically, an assault is when you intentionally and unlawfully threaten violence against another person. Assault also requires proof that the defendant (1) had the apparent ability to carry… Read More »

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

By Asilia Law Firm |

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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