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The right defense can help prevent charges for weapons crimes

Certain people with criminal histories are unable to legally obtain or own a firearm or weapon in most cases. In Florida, a convicted felon is not legally able to own a firearm, ammunition, electric weapon or concealed weapon. Anyone who has received a felony conviction for a crime against America is also restricted from owning the above weapons or firearms.

This is how a judge determines your sentence

If you are convicted of a crime, the next thing that happens is criminal sentencing. Your sentence is based on many factors including whether or not there is a minimum sentencing requirement. Criminal offenses may be penalized with things like community service or may result in life in prison without parole, depending on the case.

Digital footprints can incriminate you or help your case

If you're accused of a crime, one of the things that could be used against you is digital evidence. Today's world has plenty of digital items that can collect information about you. That information can be incriminating, which is why it's important to be upfront with your attorney about any and all digital footprints you've made.

Proposed changes to 'stand your ground' law

Florida state lawmakers have reached an impasse over a proposed piece of legislation that would change the "stand your ground" law. The Florida House and the Florida Senate have voted to approve of separate versions of the bill, which would modify the burden of proof required in "stand your ground" related matters.


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