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What Is Juvenile Assault and Battery?

Posted on : December 11, 2018
Having your child accused of juvenile assault and battery is a serious situation and one that should prompt you to get a juvenile defense attorney immediately. Only an experienced juvenile defense attorney will be familiar with the laws and how this procedure typically moves forward. You could be jeopardizing your young child’s rights if you [Read More]

What to Do If You Are Accused of Fleeing and Eluding in Florida?

Posted on : November 19, 2018
Have you recently been accused of one or more crimes including fleeing and eluding the police? A situation can get out of hand quickly if you are accused of fleeing and eluding and therefore you should always be prepared to protect your rights by retaining an experienced criminal defense attorney. Fleeing and eluding is a [Read More]

What Is the Florida Definition of Stalking?

Posted on : October 6, 2018
When someone says that you are stalking them, your natural reaction might be to assume that such an allegation is ridiculous. But you have to walk a fine line as someone accused, because what you perceive to be non-threatening behavior could be interpreted by the courts as harassing another person. You could end up subject [Read More]

What Is the Pre-Trial Intervention Program in Florida?

Posted on : September 5, 2018
Criminal Defense Lawyer MIchael T. Rabideau
Have you recently been accused of a crime and are not sure whether or not you need to retain an experienced attorney? Choosing not to retain a criminal defense attorney immediately could expose you to unnecessary risks, not the least of which is missing out on important opportunities to consider alternatives for your consequences if [Read More]

Reducing Aggravated Assault Charges in the State of Florida

Posted on : August 8, 2018
Attorney for Aggravated Assault
Did you know that if you’re accused of a crime that you might also have other options to get the charges dropped or reduced? Make sure you look into the chances for changing the charges as soon as possible after you’ve been accused. Have you recently been accused of aggravated assault and you believe that [Read More]

New Study Says Diversion Program Should Be Enforced More In Florida

Posted on : July 12, 2018
A new study says that diversion programs are an excellent way to help address allegations against juveniles across the state of Florida. Allegations of criminal juvenile activity can have damaging consequences on a person who has been accused. A study said that the next step is for officers and law enforcement agencies to strictly consider [Read More]

What to Do If You Are Under Investigation for A Federal Crime

Posted on : March 11, 2018
Do you think you’re already under investigation for a federal crime? Time is of the essence and you need to act quickly to protect yourself. Being accused of a federal crime is an experience that can unnerve anyone. But understanding how to proceed could protect your rights and ensure that you get appropriate criminal representation. [Read More]

What You Need to Know About the Effect and Prosecution of White Collar Crimes

Posted on : February 13, 2018
Typically, white collar crimes are used to define a broad range of activities that involve economic or financial gain obtained illegally. There are many different crimes that fall into this category including mortgage broker fraud, bribery, insurance fraud, wire fraud, computer fraud, identity theft, and tax evasion. In many of these cases, white collar crimes [Read More]

What You Need to Know About How Innocent Defendants Handle Criminal Charges

Posted on : January 29, 2018
a criminal defense lawyer is a must if you've been accused
Have you recently been accused of a crime, but you know that you are innocent? If so, your willingness to hire the right criminal defense attorney in conjunction with the way that you handle your response to the charges can have a significant impact on your ability to avoid criminal consequences. Unfortunately, even a prosecutor [Read More]

What Is Excessive Force in A Florida Criminal Case?

Posted on : January 2, 2018
learn more about how to fight back if a police officer used excessive force
If the police use too much force in your arrest and especially if you end up hurt because of it, this information should be raised in your criminal defense and possibly in a separate case against the officer and department responsible. Knowing how to define excessive force is important for your future if you want [Read More]