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Monthly Archives: January 2021


Accessory or Accomplice: What is the Difference?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

If you were recently charged with the offense of accessory after the fact of a crime, or as an accomplice to a crime, you may be confused about what this means, or how serious the penalties may be. A criminal accessory is not the same offense or definition as a criminal accomplice. The distinction… Read More »

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Pre-Trial Intervention & Probation

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

If you or a loved one were recently arrested for a misdemeanor, or arrested for the first time, you may be eligible forĀ  probation or pre-trial intervention program. Your eligibility is based on the crime you were charged with, your prior criminal record, and several unique factors. If you were charged with a misdemeanor… Read More »

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Marijuana Laws in Florida: What happens when you are charged with possession?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Medical Marijuana While numerous states have passed decriminalization or legalization of marijuana laws, Florida is not one of those states. Only medical marijuana is legal to possess in the State of Florida. This means a person must carry a card issued by the State to transport and utilize medical marijuana without facing penalties. A… Read More »

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You Received a Target Letter in the Mail: Now What?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Target letters are written memos prepared by the United States Department of Justice in advance of a criminal grand jury or investigation. If you received a target letter, it means you are the subject of a criminal investigation, may be subpoenaed, or could be named as a defendant in a federal criminal indictment. You… Read More »

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