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Monthly Archives: September 2023


How Soon Should A Criminal Trial Begin?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Time flies when you’re having fun, but it inches along at a snail’s pace when you are sitting in a jail cell.  While serving a prison sentence is such an unpleasant experience that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that you have the right to have a professional attorney help you avoid it even… Read More »

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Trying To Hide Your Drugs At The Last Minute Is Much Worse Than Letting The Police Find Them

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

It is entirely possible that the police will search your car even if you do not consent to the search.  It is also possible that they know that they are violating your rights, but they think that they can get away with it, because they assume that you will be among the 94 percent… Read More »

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What Determines Whether A Criminal Case Goes To Federal Court?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

If you read the news carefully, you might have noticed that some people convicted of crimes serve sentences in federal prison, while others serve sentences in state prison.  (Of course, there are plenty of cases where a conviction results in a sentence that does not involve prison, but those cases are less likely to… Read More »

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Florida Classifies Nitazenes As Schedule I Controlled Substances

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

You can get criminal charges for illegal possession, sale, or manufacture of drugs on any of the five schedules of the federal Controlled Substances Act or any of the drugs that Florida law includes on any of the five schedules, but Schedule I controlled substances take illegality to a whole new level.  The drugs… Read More »

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