Blog Posts in 2019

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  • Operation Varsity Blues: Parents & Coach to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal
    Operation Varsity Blues: Parents & Coach to Plead Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

    All news and media outlets have been taken over with coverage regarding the college admissions scandal, codenamed Operation Varsity Blues, as over a dozen individuals have been named in lawsuits for ...

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  • What Are the Consequences for Crimes Committed by Minors During Spring Break?
    What Are the Consequences for Crimes Committed by Minors During Spring Break?

    Every spring, thousands of vacationers and tourists make their way to Pensacola to enjoy boating, jet skiing, and other fun Spring Break activities. Although Spring Break is a time to enjoy the beach ...

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  • When Can a Minor Be Charged as an Adult in Florida?
    When Can a Minor Be Charged as an Adult in Florida?

    Waking up in the middle of the night to the sound of your phone ringing and finding out your child has been arrested is a parent’s worst nightmare. After attempting to figure out what your son or ...

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  • Can Social Media Be Used as Evidence in a Criminal Case?
    Can Social Media Be Used as Evidence in a Criminal Case?

    From sharing our thoughts and everyday life to keeping up with family, friends, and even current events, social media has become a significant part of our daily lives. We use platforms such as ...

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  • Superbowl DUI’s: Substantial Spike in Drunk Driving Numbers on Superbowl Sunday
    Superbowl DUI’s: Substantial Spike in Drunk Driving Numbers on Superbowl Sunday

    There are a few things that are clear about drunk driving on Superbowl Sunday: There is an overall spike in DUI’s and drunk driving records, and the “winners” are typically consuming more alcohol and ...

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