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Monthly Archives: August 2021

‘No contact’ order violations in Florida may arise from these situations

By Scott N. Richardson, P.A. |

“No contact” orders are a common feature in the Florida criminal justice system. They are used in many cases involving allegations of violence, intimidation or threats. No contact orders are used both for pretrial release situations while a defendant is out on bail or awaiting trial, as well as during probationary periods. Anyone under… Read More »

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When do police have the right to enter your home in Florida?

By Scott N. Richardson, P.A. |

It’s common knowledge that many criminal charges come about after police enter someone’s home to search the premises or arrest someone. To do this, sometimes the police have prior permission (in the form of a warrant), and other times the police are responding to a call and arrest someone in connection with an incident… Read More »

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