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It’s Time to Mandate Recorded Interrogations in Florida

The Black Lives Matter movement has shed light on police misconduct throughout America. As a society, we are more aware of the reality that police officers do not always uphold the law when conducting their duties to protect and serve their communities. Due to heightened skepticism of law enforcement procedures, many police departments have adopted …

Daycare Centers Should be Required to Use Video Surveillance

A simple Google News search of “daycare abuse in Florida” uncovers a stream of disturbing headlines describing individual instances of child abuse throughout the state. It’s enough to make any working parent second-guess her decision to place her children in daycare, even though she took the time to find a clean, reputable, and effective facility …

Alternative Sanctions Program for Felony Probation Violations

Defendants often have difficulty abiding by the specific probation conditions; yet failing to do so can lead to more serious consequences, like going back to jail or prison. In some cases, a defendant may even face a more severe sentence than he would have endured had probation not been a part of the original sentence. …

Teen Auto Theft Spirals Out of Control in Pinellas County

Teens in Pinellas County have brought the notorious game Grand Theft Auto into the third-dimension. An epidemic of underage kids strikes every night, stealing cars and going for joy rides. In the process, they destroy the cars they steal, risk their lives, and endanger others. On occasion, they die in the process. The issue has …

Texting While Driving Remains a Secondary Traffic Offense in Florida

Forty-three states in the United States make texting while driving a primary offense. Florida is not one of them. In Florida, texting behind the wheel is regarded as a secondary offense, meaning that a person caught texting may face a citation only when he is pulled over for a primary traffic violation. Many residents and …

First Gun Restrictions in Florida in More Than 20 Years

The country’s deadliest school shooting since Sandy Hook continues to draw national attention over a month later. The massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which took the lives of 17 people in Parkland, Florida occurred on Valentine’s Day, yet has not faded from our news. Though previous shootings have taken more lives, Marjory Stoneman …

Things to Know for a Successful Truck Accident Claim

Large commercial trucks often crowd Florida’s major highways and city streets. From delivery trucks to gasoline tanker trucks, these heavy vehicles often pose a risk to drivers of passenger vehicles. Large trucks typically weigh between 10,000 and 80,000 pounds, whereas today’s standard car weighs approximately 4,000 pounds. When a large truck strikes a passenger vehicle, …

Ex-Felons in Florida May Regain Voting Rights

Convicted felons face an array of obstacles after they pay their dues to society. Although rehabilitating offenders is one of the prison system’s four primary objectives, there are few resources available to support ex-offenders reintegrating into society. Part of living in a society is being able to make use of your civil rights, yet those …

8-Year-Old Boy Killed by Pickup Truck in Central Florida

Orlando police investigated an accident involving a pickup truck driver and an eight-year-old boy on a bicycle. The truck driver struck and killed the boy on a Wednesday afternoon near Conway Road and Michigan Street. The driver stopped and collaborated with law enforcement. It is unclear whether he faces charges at this time. The accident …

Central Florida Police Take Gun from UCF Student’s Home

Just one week after Governor Rick Scott signed into law tighter gun restrictions after the Parkland shooting, the city of Orlando petitioned for a “risk protection order” against a UCF student deemed a threat to his community. By filing the petition, police were able to take a handgun from the home of the 21-year-old student …

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