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Monthly Archives: January 2022


Can A Person Be Arrested For Making Online Threats In Florida?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement recently arrested a defendant travelling from South Carolina in Hillsborough County. The defendant, a civilian Air Force officer stationed in South Carolina, is accused of making online terroristic threats. The defendant allegedly made threats that he would die by suicide by cop or engage police in a stand-off…. Read More »

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Can A Person Be Charged For Attempting A Crime In Tampa?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Two friends from high school decided it would be funny to break into their alma mater, vandalize the cafeteria and steal school records. They draw a map of the school grounds, determine when the building would be empty, and decide on who will drive the getaway car. On the day of the planned burglary,… Read More »

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Tampa Flight To Atlanta Ends In Federal Assault Charges

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Last week on board a flight from Tampa to Atlanta, a woman was arrested for federal assault charges. The defendant Cornwall refused to wear a mask on board the flight despite instructions from flight attendants. Cornwall then refused to take a seat when a beverage cart went past her and said, “What am I,… Read More »

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What Is Justifiable Homicide, And Is It A Valid Defense In Florida?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

A battered wife who shot her husband to death in Tampa after years of physical and emotional abuse was initially charged with second degree murder. Now, three years later, her defense attorney argues that the defendant acted in self-defense and is immune from criminal charges based on the Florida Stand Your Ground Law. What… Read More »

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