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What is the Difference in a Dismissal with Prejudice and Without Prejudice? #courtroom #prejudice
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Learn more about Marijuana Laws. NORML is an organization with a mission to move public opinion toward legalization. http://norml.org/

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Check out our blog at https://jamesdavisdefense.com/ Always full of great advice, knowledge, and content that may prove beneficial to you! #lawyer

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Defrauding a Bank: Florida State Law

Florida law concerning defrauding a bank, defined in the statute as a financial institution, is complex. If you have been charged with such an offense...

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When does the seizure of a person occur?

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and Article 1, Section 12 of the Florida Constitution both provide protection against unreasonable warrantless searches and seizures.

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Racing on the Highway: Citations and Arrests

Whether you are thinking about street racing or have already been cited for racing on the highway, there are some things you need to know about the law. Even passengers in cars or spectators may be cited for their participation in such an event and need the help of a Jacksonville criminal defense lawyer...

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Admissibility of Defendant’s Admissions
In all court proceedings, both civil and criminal, the Florida Evidence Code prohibits the admission of hearsay statements. Hearsay is defined as an out-of-court statement offered at trial for the purpose of “proving the truth of the matter asserted.”

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Why You Should Never Consent to a Search of Your Cell Phone

David Riley was stopped by law enforcement for an expired registration. Officers soon learned that Riley’s driver’s license was suspended, which gave them cause to arrest him and impound his car.

During a routine inventory search of the car, guns were found which led to various criminal charges against Riley for the weapons. Officers did a pat down search of Riley incident to his arrest and found a cell phone in his pants pocket. They seized the phone and, without a warrant, they accessed data on the phone....

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Hearsay: What does it mean

Hearsay is defined as an out of court statement offered in court against a defendant “for the truth of the matter asserted.” It is based on the Sixth Amendment right afforded those who are accused of a criminal offense to confront witnesses against them. “Confront” means the right to challenge the statement of the witness with cross-examination questions...

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Charged With Possession of Prescription Drugs: What Next?

Possession of drugs that can be legally obtained with a valid prescription become illegal when possessed by a person who does not have a prescription. This means that if you take home “a few” of your friend’s prescription pain pills thinking you will use them for your own occasional headache or to take the edge off a tense situation, your friend’s legal drug possession has now become your illegal possession...

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