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Monthly Archives: August 2023


Can You Get Criminal Charges For Breach Of Fiduciary Duty?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

It is possible to steal money from a stranger’s wallet if you can manage to do so without the stranger noticing you, and with enough hacking knowledge, you can break into a computer’s hard drive and steal credit card numbers, but any financial crime that is more complex than simple theft involves a pre-existing… Read More »

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Not All Fake Documents Are Forgery

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Fake isn’t always bad.  How many extraverts have cultivated their social confidence by adopting a “fake it ‘til you make it” strategy; fake sociability can get you through a social occasion as easily as real sociability.  Likewise, imitations of expensive consumer products are often just as good as the real thing; “my jewelry is… Read More »

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Is It A Crime To Make A Secret Recording Of A Phone Conversation?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

People who have grown up in the Internet Age are used to the fact that, whenever they go out in public, someone might be recording with a cell phone camera.  For all you know, you might be an extra in someone’s homemade film if you happened to walk by within the camera’s view while… Read More »

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Your Rights Under The Sixth Amendment

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Every provocateur, if challenged, will invoke the First Amendment, and you can find bumper stickers alluding to the Second Amendment on cars on almost every road and in almost every parking lot in Florida, but then there are the Constitutional amendments that people usually do not think about unless they are facing criminal charges. … Read More »

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