Blog Posts in November, 2017

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  • Government might get new rules regarding your cell phone location data
    Government might get new rules regarding your cell phone location data

    The United States Supreme Court has heard oral arguments in Carpenter v. United States, the case of whether it's proper for law enforcement officials to use cellular location data. That's ...

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  • Escambia County poised to lead Florida in the number of juveniles charged as adults
    Escambia County poised to lead Florida in the number of juveniles charged as adults

    Escambia County — home to Pensacola — ranks third for 2015-16 in the number of juvenile offenders charged as adults, according to the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. And initial data from ...

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  • Florida lawmakers look for bipartisan fix for mass incarceration The limit for felony theft in Florida is $300. That's pretty much the cost of your basic cell phone these days. And that's the sort of thing that can land lots of people in prison for a very
    Florida lawmakers look for bipartisan fix for mass incarceration The limit for felony theft in Florida is $300. That's pretty much the cost of your basic cell phone these days. And that's the sort of thing that can land lots of people in prison for a very

    The limit for felony theft in Florida is $300. That's pretty much the cost of your basic cell phone these days. And that's the sort of thing that can land lots of people in prison for a very long ...

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  • Florida Supreme Court asked to decide whether a vehicle can be a weapon
    Florida Supreme Court asked to decide whether a vehicle can be a weapon

    Is a car a weapon, like a gun or knife? Is it just a vehicle? Conflicting appellate decisions have led attorneys to ask the Florida Supreme Court to settle the issue. At stake is how a crime could be ...

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