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Monthly Archives: November 2023


Tampa Woman Accused Of Fraudulently Obtaining Official Documents And Government Benefits

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Most cases of identity theft do not involve a defendant literally pretending to be someone else.  A case where John pastes his photo onto Sam’s driver’s license, introduces himself to people as Sam, wears a “Sam” nametag at work, and receives paychecks issued to Sam is the kind of identity theft that occurs in… Read More »

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Two South Florida Men Face Criminal Charges After A Series Of Fraudulent UberEats Transactions

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Just as a new wave of COVID gains momentum in the distance, South Floridians have finally started to unlearn some of the bad habits we picked up during the pandemic.  We have returned to the habit of greeting each other and making small talk instead of only ever taking a break from doom scrolling… Read More »

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Is It A Good Idea For Defendants To Testify At Their Own Criminal Trials?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

You have the right to remain silent from the moment that you are arrested until the moment the jury delivers a verdict, and even afterward.  Even when a judge asks you to enter a plea, you have the right not to respond, in which case the court will record your plea as “not guilty.” … Read More »

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Jury Trials In Florida: Behind The Scenes

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Most people who get arrested on suspicion of a crime will not face a trial by jury.  Some of them will be released without ever formally receiving criminal charges, and some will have their charges dropped before or shortly after they enter a plea.  Of the defendants whose run-in with the law does not… Read More »

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