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Category: Criminal Defense

What are White Collar Crimes?

Written by Moses & Rooth on January 7, 2015

There is no agreed upon definition of a white collar crime. According to Wex Law Dictionary, sociologist Edwin Sutherland coined the term in 1939 as “a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation.” Wex also states that a white…Read More

How do you defend criminal charges?

Written by Moses & Rooth on September 12, 2014

First, Orlando citizens never want to attempt to defend criminal charges on their own. They should do their research and select a good criminal defense attorney with a good track record. The stakes are high, and the percentage of a good outcome rises substantially with a good attorney.

Keep in mind…Read More

Man facing parole violation in Florida courts accused of arson

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 24, 2014

A criminal defendant in Daytona Beach has been arrested and is facing charges in connection with a series of nearly 30 arson incidents in the region. The man is currently charged with parole violations, disorderly conduct and resisting an officer, though he is suspected of igniting the string of Florida…Read More

No, you can’t marry your porn-filled computer

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 8, 2014

While this does not really fall under our normal blog post regarding criminal law, I decided to perform a public service to our readers. I figured that everyone should know that marriage to your computer is not permissible even in the crazy State of Florida.
While my wife may think…Read More

Proposed Florida law would make abuse of parents a crime

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 7, 2014

When individuals engage in certain behaviors, they can reasonably expect that they will face legal consequences if they are caught. For example, most Americans understand that robbery, murder, rape and other straightforward criminal acts are illegal. However, other behaviors are treated in potentially unexpected ways by the nuanced criminal justice…Read More

Jails and prisons are treated as mental health facilities

Written by Moses & Rooth on February 28, 2014

When individuals are arrested and convicted of criminal wrongdoing, they are often sent to jail or prison. We have previously written about the fact that numerous studies confirm that lengthy imprisonment terms are far less likely to do taxpayers and individuals convicted of low-level, non-violent crimes as much good as…Read More