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Category: Criminal Justice

Mandatory Minimum Sentences and Threats

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on November 30, 2015

Recently, a bill passed in Florida’s House that would help to get rid of some of the negative consequences associated with Florida’s 10-20-Life Law. The proposed law aims at eliminating Florida’s 10-20-Life policy as a penalty for aggravated assault cases. These cases involve threatening…Read More

Understanding Your Probation Term in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 19, 2015
Florida Probation

Florida Probation Term

If you have been charged with a crime, one of the best outcomes you can hope for is a term of probation in lieu of jail time. Unfortunately, the terms of your probation may be complicated and one misstep may compromise your eligibility to remain on probation. Understanding…Read More

Tracing the Steps of a Florida Criminal Case

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 15, 2015

Being arrested, especially a first arrest, can be a terrifying process. The worry of what will happen next can be overwhelming. Hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney can not only provide needed legal representation, but also ease your mind when you know your case is in capable hands. If…Read More

Minors and the Law: Life in Prison Without Parole

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 9, 2015

Minors and the Law: Life in Prison Without Parole

The punishment of minors who commit serious crimes has often been a highly contested and contentious issue for years. This is in large part due to the implications of a long prison sentence on a minor who, as some would argue, may…Read More

Can You Be Charged For A Crime You Didn’t Complete? Part 3: Conspiracy

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 24, 2015

In parts 1 and 2 of this series we discussed inchoate crimes and, specifically, the crime of attempt. In this post we discuss another inchoate crime – conspiracy.

A conspiracy is an agreement between two or more people to commit one or more criminal acts. The heart of the crime of…Read More

Can You Be Charged For A Crime You Didn’t Complete? Part 1: Inchoate Crimes

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 17, 2015
Federal Crimes

Sometimes one may decide–in a brief instance–to commit a crime. However, crimes are often not just a spur of the moment action but rather the result of some consideration, planning, and preparation. In fact, one may think of the process of committing a crime as a series of steps:

  1. The person…Read More

What is Entrapment?

Written by Moses & Rooth on February 3, 2015

What is Entrapment?

It is not uncommon for police tactics to cross over into entrapment territory. Various techniques used by police when making a drug crime arrest, sex crime arrest, or other arrest can quickly open the door to an entrapment defense. An experienced criminal defense…Read More