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Orange County Juveniles get a free pass

The Orange County State Attorneys office has finally implemented a juvenile program run by the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) allowing first time misdemeanor offenders an opportunity to avoid a criminal record.  Since July of 2011, over 5000 juveniles have entered into the DJJ civil citation program across the state of Florida.  This new civil citation program is intended for first time offenders charged with select non-violent offenses to avoid criminal prosecution.  The type of offenses that are automatically not eligible for this program are firearm offenses, exposure or any sex charge, prostitution, and any gang related offense. 

Tax Identity Theft Prevalent in Florida

Much safer than dealing drugs, experts say identity theft - especially tax identity theft - has become increasingly popular in Orlando and abroad. Though it often goes untracked, those accused of identity theft in Florida face lengthy prison sentences and hefty fines.

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