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Florida Psychotherapist Charged With Battery

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It was reported in January that a Kissimmee, Florida, psychotherapist was charged with battery after a patient alleged he inappropriately touched her during therapy sessions. The patient claims the therapist touched her in an unwanted way that was outside the scope of his professional care during several sessions. Following her claims, he was arrested… Read More »

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Penalties for Tampering with Electronic Monitoring Devices

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Tampering with Electronic Monitoring Devices Florida uses ankle monitors, also called ankle bracelets, during pre-trial or pre-sentencing detainment and during probation or parole. It is a GPS monitor, which notifies authorities when a suspect or offender moves beyond a certain geographic zone. When someone is required to wear an ankle monitor, they cannot take… Read More »

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FBI Releases Data on Violent Crime at Florida Universities

By Salazar & Kelly |

Each year, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) releases data on arrests and convictions for property and violent crimes across the nation. The FBI breaks down the data by various factors, including by state, county, metropolitan area, and university. The information regarding violent crimes at Florida colleges uncovered that Florida State University (FSU), which… Read More »

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Second Suspected Arrested for Florida Teen’s Murder

By Salazar & Kelly |

On September 19, Florida teen Kaleb Rabun was stabbed and killed. According to reports, Rabun and two of his friends intended to set up a drug deal with Justin Seale, 20, and then to rob Seale during the encounter. However, it appears there may have been an altercation and Rabun left Seale’s car with… Read More »

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Florida Man Pleaded Guilty to Hate Crime

By Salazar & Kelly |

In February 2017, Gerald Wallace, 35, called the Islamic Center of Greater Miami and left a message with threatening and racist language. He made statements such as “I hate you Muslims, you Muslims are terrible. I hate you people. I’m gonna go down to your center, I’m gonna shoot all ya’ll,” the Miami Herald… Read More »

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Prostitution Crimes in Florida

By Salazar & Kelly |

Prostitution is often dubbed one of the oldest professions in the world. However, that does not take away from the fact that prostitution is illegal throughout Florida. On December 1, it was reported that Flagler County officers arrested 12 men for soliciting prostitution during a three-day sting operation known as “Operation Red Light to… Read More »

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FDLE Reports Florida Crime Down First Half of 2017

By Salazar & Kelly |

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) announced on Nov. 21 that crime fell across the state in the first six months of 2017. There were about 6,300 fewer reported index offenses compared to the first half of 2016, which amounted to a fall in crime volume of 2 percent. However, not all types… Read More »

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Florida Arson Law

By Salazar & Kelly |

Wildfires have damaged a great deal of land throughout the U.S. and Canada this year. Some of these fires began from natural causes. However, others were intentional. When state and federal authorities find out that an individual or group intentionally, recklessly, or negligently starts a fire, whether out in nature, a commercial district, or… Read More »

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Social Media Content May be Used as Evidence in Criminal Cases

By Salazar & Kelly |

Social media use has grown dramatically in recent years. At this point, it is rare for individuals to not have at least one social media profile. Most people use multiple platforms, including but not limited to Facebook, YouTube, Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram. While this has led to an ever-connected world, it has also changed… Read More »

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Florida Lawmakers Try to Reduce Number of Hot Vehicle Deaths

By Salazar & Kelly |

Every year more than three dozen children around the U.S. die after being left in hot vehicles. The children pass away due to severe hyperthermia, which occurs when their bodies’ temperature reaches above 104 degrees Fahrenheit and are unable to cool themselves. This risk is particularly high in Florida, which experiences hot temperatures throughout… Read More »

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