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Monthly Archives: April 2024


“Altered Molly,” A New Synthetic Cathinone, Takes Over Florida

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Today, it is possible to benefit from the research of scientists from all around the world, simply by searching the Internet.  You can find thousands upon thousands of published studies with a simple Google search, some of them on websites that do not even require a subscription, and if you read them carefully enough,… Read More »

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How Brady Disclosures Can Help You Get Acquitted

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Somewhere, an aspiring screenwriter has stayed up late reading Kafka and has an idea for a screenplay.  The entire movie takes place in an interrogation room.  In a variation of the Reid technique, the investigator outlines several scenarios by which the defendant might have committed the crime and asks the defendant to choose which… Read More »

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Probable Cause And Florida Criminal Cases

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

What all defendants have in common at the beginning of their criminal cases is that they may have committed a crime.  If it were obvious to everyone that you were innocent, and no one ever suspected you of anything, you would not be in criminal court.  After meeting with your lawyer, you might decide… Read More »

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What Does It Mean When Your Case Ends In Nolle Prosequi?

By Scriven Law, P.A. |

Is getting acquitted the best possible outcome in a criminal case?  Yes and no.  If you plead not guilty to criminal charges, and the jury returns a verdict of not guilty at trial, then you are cleared of the charges forever.  Even if investigators later find incriminating evidence that the prosecution did not present… Read More »

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