Category Archives: Misdemeanors Felonies
Defense Of Criminal Mischief In Florida
Criminal mischief: it sounds like nothing too serious—maybe a little mischievous disruption—nothing more than a bit of silliness. But the fact of the matter is, a number of activities could land you with a charge of criminal mischief, and the charge is anything but a joke. What Constitutes Criminal Mischief? A broad range of… Read More »
When Does “Creepy” Conduct Rise to the Level of “Stalking” Under Florida law?
Stalking is a first-degree misdemeanor offense under Florida law. The legal definition of stalking is to “willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly” follow, harass, or cyberstalk another person. If the stalking involves making a “credible threat” against the target, the criminal charge becomes a third-degree felony. Individual victims of stalking may also seek an injunction against… Read More »