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December 2017 Archives

Search leads to drug possession and trafficking charges

Police in Florida have reported that a 32-year-old man and 37-year-old woman were taken into custody on a raft of drug charges on Dec. 15 after significant quantities of marijuana, cocaine, heroin and prescription medications were discovered during the search of a Brevard County residence. Reports indicate that the search warrant was executed by officers from the Cocoa Police Department's Special Investigation Unit and Special Weapons and Tactics team.

Country singer Michael Ray facing DUI and drug charges

On Dec. 20, it was reported that an up-and-coming country music artist was taken into custody in Florida after he was accused of drunk driving and being in possession of drugs. The singer, known as Michael Ray, reportedly got into a minor car accident in the drive-thru of a McDonald's in Eustis.

Teacher charged after selling marijuana to students

A Florida woman who was a substitute teacher at a middle school was taken into custody on Dec. 8 after she was accused of selling marijuana to two students. Authorities said that the two students admitted to buying and smoking the drugs from the teacher.

False allegations: Fighting back is important for your divorce

It was devastating to find out that you were being accused of child abuse. You love your children, and the thought that you'd be abusive to them or to another adult is beyond your comprehension. You know your spouse is making allegations of domestic violence and child abuse to hurt your case in court, but you're not sure what steps you can take to fight them.

How the law defines theft in Florida

In the state of Florida, theft laws cover a range of offenses such as larceny or stealing. Theft occurs when an individual intentionally takes or uses property that belongs to another person. An accused person must intend to deprive the owner of that property to be found guilty of a theft charge. Theft may also occur if a person uses property for a purpose other than what he or she was authorized to use it for.

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