Monthly Archives: April 2019
How Specific Details Can Affect Federal Criminal Sentencing
Details matter when it comes to criminal offenses. Something that might seem insignificant to the casual observer can actually have a significant impact on a person’s criminal liability or the sentence they receive from a judge. And even where the law might seem ambiguous on a given detail, judges often give prosecutors the benefit… Read More »
What “Changes in Circumstances” Justify Ending a Domestic Violence Injunction?
When a Florida court issues a “permanent” domestic violence injunction, that does not mean the order can never be changed or revoked. To the contrary, Florida law expressly allows either party to the injunction–i.e., the subject or the person who asked for it in the first place–to ask the court to modify or dissolve… Read More »