1) I was charged with a crime, am I going to jail?
Generally on your first offense you are not going to jail, unless the offense is a Gross Misdemeanor or Felony. Any criminal charge is not to be... more
In sex offense cases, it is not uncommon for a judge, the prosecution or a defense attorney to request a STATIC-99 report to further document a defendants danger to society.
Defense attorneys are... more
Written by attorney Jose Masso, almost 2 years ago.
At a minimum, a lawful arrest requires probable cause.Probable cause generally means that a law enforcement officer has a subjective belief that a crime has been committed, therefore making someone... more
Law enforcement officers are here to protect us. Most cops in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sarasota, and nearby towns are genuinely hard working regular folks who put their lives on the line... more
This guide attempts to answer some of the most common questions and provides a basic understanding of the steps that you can take to have your claims investigated, to preserve your rights, and to... more
The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled that police must obtain a warrant before placing a GPS tracker to a suspect's vehicle.
A case involving three brothers who allegedly... more