The Ultimate [Florida] Legal Guide to Stop Sexual Harassment at Work and School
201712.28
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The Ultimate [Florida] Legal Guide to Stop Sexual Harassment at Work and School

*This is general advice and not a replacement for seeking legal counsel. Sexual harassment. It’s on everyone’s minds these days. ...and rest assured: If it has happened to you, you are not alone. Plus, there is lots of support available and ways to protect yourself from future re-occurrences. The good news is: At least with the...
DUI Aftermath: What happens after a tragic accident & how we are all affected
201605.19
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DUI Aftermath: What happens after a tragic accident & how we are all affected

No one wants to think about the aftermath – about what will happen after the fact. It is hard to put yourself in that position if it is something you have never experienced. As a Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorney, we try to protect the interests of our clients even before they become clients, whenever…

Can You Clean Up Your Criminal Record So No One Knows You Were Arrested?
201602.25
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Can You Clean Up Your Criminal Record So No One Knows You Were Arrested?

Florida law allows individuals to seal and expunge their criminal records. Doing so can prevent future employers, banks, credit card companies, landlords and even universities from discovering a past indiscretion or mistake that could be a black mark on your record. Here are the main instances when someone can seal and/or expunge criminal records: When…

Healthcare Fraud: How It’s Harming You & How You Can Help Prevent It
201602.16
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Healthcare Fraud: How It’s Harming You & How You Can Help Prevent It

Most people associate white collar crime with blockbuster court cases like Enron. But did you know there’s another type of white collar crime that is being perpetrated thousands of times daily and costing us an estimated 272 billion dollars a year? The crime is healthcare fraud and it is rapidly growing more popular, attracting novice...
U.S. Supreme Court Gives Sentencing Discretion Back to Judges
201601.13
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U.S. Supreme Court Gives Sentencing Discretion Back to Judges

Prior to 2005, the sentencing range recommended by the United States Sentencing Guidelines was the range within which a judge had to sentence.  The U.S. Supreme Court gave that discretion back to judges to allow them to take unique circumstances in a defendant’s case into consideration.In United States v. Booker, the Court made the Sentencing Guidelines advisory instead of mandatory….