October 4, 2023
Another Five Star Review
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February 14, 2023
Where is the Jacksonville Misdemeanor Probation Office?
Have you been sentenced to misdemeanor probation in Jacksonville but have no idea where to report. In this post we provide an update of the current location of the Jacksonville Misdemeanor Probation Office.
December 7, 2022
“Am I Going to Jail?” What to Expect as a First Time Offender in Florida
Being arrested and charged with a crime can be an intimidating and overwhelming experience, especially if you are a first-time offender. While the circumstances of each individual case may differ, it is important to understand the general legal process in Florida when you are facing criminal charges. In this post, we will outline what you can expect as a first-time offender in Florida so that you can be as prepared as possible for your journey through the legal system.
December 5, 2022
What is Pre-Trial Intervention in Florida? Everything you Need to Know | Jacksonville Criminal Attorney
Have you been arrested and nee help finding information about the pre-trial intervention program (PTI) in Florida? Learn about what (PTI) is and how it works. Get answers to common questions and a better understanding of the process. Find out if PTI may be right for your case.
December 2, 2022
What are the Penalties for DUI in Florida
If you have been arrested for a DUI in Florida, it is critical that you understand the penalties that must be imposed if you are convicted of this crime. In this post, we outline the mandatory penalties associated with several different DUI charges.
November 25, 2019
Can a Petty Theft in Florida Charge be Dropped?
Petty Theft in Florida is simply the act of taking the property of an individual or entity. The term “petty theft” implies that this particular crime is not serious. However, quite often, this is not the case. Petty theft can be charged as a misdemeanor, or felony, depending on the number of prior petty theft convictions. Therefore, it is imperative that a petty theft conviction is prevented or that these charges be dropped completely in order to avoid potential felony charges.