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THE CONFIDENCE TO WIN.

Are there residency restrictions for sex offenders?

Once convicted of a sex crime in Florida, you may face a series of legal repercussions. Depending on your offense, the courts may require you to pay restitution, participate in therapy and spend time behind bars. Regardless of your circumstances, committing a sexual...

Discussing criminal records in a job search

Spending time in jail, serving a probation sentence and more may be some of the things a person experiences after a criminal arrest and conviction. Unfortunately, those may not be the only penalties a defendant must navigate as he or she works to rebuild a positive...

What is capital sexual battery?

When distinguishing between types of sexual crimes, it can help to have greater knowledge of Florida law regarding each one.  This term shares many similarities with sexual assault or battery, but still has a few key differences.  Definition and background According...

Florida’s Romeo and Juliet law

In a sexual situation involving a couple where one person is 16 and the other is 18, there could be serious legal trouble for the 18-year-old. Even if both parties consented, a parent may get into the situation because minors do not have the ability to give consent....

What to know about registering as a sex offender

The repercussions of a sex offense conviction or guilty plea may last well after those alleged of committing such crimes otherwise pay their debts to society. In addition to potentially paying fines and serving jail or prison time, people convicted of sexual-related...

How does the state define sexual battery?

Each state has its own definition for each crime. Some of them are very similar or almost exactly the same. However, it is the details of a definition that become important if you find yourself facing a criminal charge. This is especially true when it comes to a...

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