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Monthly Archives: January 2024


What Does It Mean If You Get A Federal Target Letter?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

When a piece of official correspondence arrives in the mail unexpectedly, it is usually not a pleasant surprise.  For every pandemic stimulus check, there are piles of red light camera tickets, property tax bills, and notices from the IRS saying that you owe more taxes than what you already paid.  The most worrisome notices… Read More »

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Jury Acquits Doctor Accused Of Sexually Abusing Patient

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

In most cases, the extent to which you believe someone depends on the context and on your pre-existing relationship, if any, with the speaker.  You trust your closest friends enough that you believe everything they tell you, even when it is upsetting or surprising; if something does not add up, you ask for more… Read More »

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Does The Entrapment Defense Really Work?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

To be acquitted of a crime, you do not always have to prove that you didn’t do it.  In fact, you never have to prove this.  All you have to do is show that the jury cannot be sure whether you committed the crime.  Of course, even when there is little room for doubt… Read More »

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Who’s Afraid Of MDPV?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Even if you majored in chemistry, it is hard to keep track of all the drugs that are known by their initials and have slight chemical differences from other drugs.  At least MDMA has some catchy nicknames, such as ecstasy and molly.  Reciting the full name of foxy can pass the time on a… Read More »

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