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Category: Criminal Defense

5 Orlando Events for Pro Bowl Week

Written by Moses & Rooth on January 22, 2018

This time of year is exciting for football fans. February 4 marks the 52nd annual Super Bowl. If you can’t wait until February to watch an exciting football game, Orlando residents have the Pro Bowl coming a week earlier, on January 28.

The Pro Bowl…Read More

Most Popular Legal Drama TV Series

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 12, 2017

For decades, Floridians have been watching legal dramas on television. Whether you grew up watching Perry Mason or more recently have begun watching Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, television shows that deal with the law are extremely popular. While…Read More

Hurricane Irma

Written by Moses & Rooth on September 8, 2017

Hurricane Irma, the most powerful Atlantic Ocean hurricane in recorded history is barreling its way to Florida. Governor Charlie Crist has declared that Florida is in a state of emergency. During the time of the storm you won’t see police on the roads. Security and electricity will be compromised. Homes…Read More

2017 Scholarship Winner Essay by Aleschia Hyde

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 17, 2017

By Aleschia Hyde

I am interested in this scholarship because I want to practice criminal or immigration law and the additional funds from the scholarship would help to defer many of the costs associated with law school while still allowing me to invest fully in my 1L coursework. Since college, I…Read More

Expungement vs. Sealed Records

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 27, 2017

A criminal record can affect your job and housing prospects years after your case is over. Even if you are never convicted of a crime, there is still a public record of your arrest and trial. But it is possible in certain cases…Read More

Common Criminal Charges Against School Teachers

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 30, 2017

Teachers exercise an important role in supervising and mentoring our children. It is a position of trust. And when that trust is violated, the legal consequences can be quite severe.

We have all heard sensationalized stories in the news about teachers having sex with their underage students. Sometimes people write this…Read More

Domestic Abuse and First Responders

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 9, 2017

Domestic violence is a complex issue. Many victims are afraid to come forward because they fear being judged. And many first responders train to render assistance, such as firefighters and paramedics, may not be properly trained to identify and properly deal with potential domestic violence…Read More

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