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Orlando Fake IDs: A Two-Faced Friend

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 31, 2015

Getting a fake ID is a tempting endeavor for young people in Florida. An ID showing an age of 21 or older provides the ability to buy alcohol for friends and permits access to all the popular bars and nightclubs.

In the eyes of many youths, a fake ID is…Read More

Marriage Fraud: The Immigration Temptress

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 28, 2015

The American Dream is a concept widely known around the globe, as it represents freedom and the pursuit of happiness. Since the United States’ inception, people from all over the world clamored to start a new life in the States and make their dreams come true. But for many, this…Read More

Andrew Moses & Jay Rooth: SuperLawyers Nominees

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 27, 2015

At Moses & Rooth, we value excellence and commitment to our clients. In line with our core values, we are proud that both Orlando criminal defense attorneys Andrew Moses and Jay Rooth have been nominated by their peers as Rising Stars and received the prestigious designation of SuperLawyers…Read More

Facing Federal Criminal Charges? What You Need to Know

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 26, 2015

While any criminal offense is serious and can have a lasting impact on your life, federal charges are particularly severe. State (and city and municipal courts in some instances) courts have jurisdiction over most crimes that occur within the state. Jurisdiction means the right of a court to exercise power…Read More

Florida Prostitution Stings

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 25, 2015

Prostitution sting operations, or pre-planned interactions with prostitutes and their johns that lead to arrests, are increasing on Florida’s streets. With underage prostitutes on the roads, sex trafficking operations, and big bosses making profits off the exploitation of disturbed women, the underground world of prostitution continues to exist and…Read More

Child Abuse and Neglect in Florida Homes

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 18, 2015

Despite what popular opinion may dictate, in the vast majority of states, it is lawful to use physical punishment to discipline a child. One of the most fundamental rights a person has is to raise their children as they seem fit. This right, however, is not without limitations.

Florida law may…Read More

2015 Scholarship Winners

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 14, 2015

We at Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law are pleased to announce the recipients of our 2015 scholarships. The awards were based on a number of criteria – short essay, current academic status, school related activities, community activities and other achievement standards. After carefully evaluating hundreds of applications from…Read More

Concealed Weapon Permit: Affirmative Defense to Concealed Weapons Charges

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 12, 2015

In Florida, if you have been charged with a crime, you have an opportunity to plead an affirmative defense. An affirmative defense is an assertion that, if true, will defeat the prosecution’s complaint, even if the allegations set forth in the complaint are true. In short, even if everything written…Read More

Florida Makes Changes to Child Abuse Laws

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 11, 2015

Child abuse is an extremely sensitive, personal area of the law, in that it involves both children and family. Often, a third party will allege child abuse without proper evidence to support the allegation. This can lead to false accusations and misinterpretations that can take a long time for the…Read More