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The Reality of Cyberbullying: How to Protect Your Children

Cyberbullying among children is becoming more and more popular given the overwhelming access to technology. Things like body shaming and harassment have become commonplace in schools and on the internet. There has been such a huge influx that online support groups have been created where children can share their bullying experiences.

Accused of a crime? Don't make these mistakes on Facebook

When facing criminal accusations, it is wise to protect yourself and seek a good criminal defense attorney. However, when awaiting trial and sentencing it is important to tread carefully and with caution as to your actions. Some individuals have made grave mistakes in giving themselves away to authorities by use of social media.

2.4 Million Dollars Found in Luggage at Miami International Airport Leads to Fraud Charges

Fraud charges in Miami are not uncommon, but it is unusual when someone attempts to smuggle millions of dollars in from another country in their suitcase at Miami International Airport. That is exactly what happened on June 4 when two women traveling from the Dominican Republic were found to have been carrying a large sum of cash in their luggage.

5 Things to Know For Your First DUI

Drinking and driving is an offense some of us tend to take for granted until we get pulled over. What constitutes a DUI? According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety, it's when it is found that the operator of the vehicle is proven to be impaired beyond the legal limit, via breathalyzer, of a blood alcohol content (BOA) of 0.08 or greater. Knowing what makes you at risk for a DUI is important, to be sure, but what sort of charges are you facing?

Florida Supreme Court to Evaluate Constitutionality of Breath Test Arrests

The Florida State Supreme Court is preparing to hear arguments about the state law which allows citizens to be prosecuted if they refuse a breathalyzer. Currently, Florida law allows police officers to arrest suspected drunk drivers if they refuse to take a breath test.

Changes to Electronic Communications Privacy Act Could Let FBI into Your Email

How far can law enforcement dig into your search history? Changes to existing laws may soon permit a deeper dive than is currently allowed.

Discrimination in Jury Selection Proved in 1987 Case

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Georgia death row inmate Timothy Tyrone Foster. In a 7-1 decision, the High Court ruled that the prosecution in Foster's case had illegally discriminated against potential jurors based on race.

22 Accused of Committing $13.1 Million in Food Stamp Fraud

According the Miami Herald, a recent raid on a poplar flea market has resulted in 22 people being charged in food stamp fraud. If found guilty for taking what amounts to $13.1 million in government issued food assistance, the arrests would be the largest food stamp fraud case in the country to date.

22 Accused of Committing $13.1 Million in Food Stamp Fraud

According the Miami Herald, a recent raid on a poplar flea market has resulted in 22 people being charged in food stamp fraud. If found guilty for taking what amounts to $13.1 million in government issued food assistance, the arrests would be the largest food stamp fraud case in the country to date.

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