What is a Habitual Felony Offender in Florida?

The difference between misdemeanor and felony crimes is clear in most cases, but there are also special designations for those the State of Florida views as habitual offenders. In fact, the term “Habitual Felony Offender” is a specific designation in Florida law....

Is trespassing a felony?

Facing a trespassing charge could impact your life in more ways than one. Depending on the severity of your situation, you may lose the trust of others and your reputation may suffer. Fortunately, most trespassing convictions do not have as serious of legal...

When is a DUI a felony in Florida?

There are some crimes that are always charged as felonies, like murder. However, crimes like driving under the influence in Florida can become either felonies or misdemeanors depending on the circumstances. If the State of Florida is charging you with a DUI, you must...

What are the penalties for mail fraud?

Florida treats felony crimes seriously. If convicted of one, you could find yourself dealing with penalties harsh enough to derail your life and career path. This also applies to charges involving mail fraud, which the state considers a felony. But what are the exact...

Is mail fraud a felony?

In Florida, the law considers some white collar crimes to be felonies. This means the law treats the charges in a more severe manner. Felony convictions often come with longer jail sentences and bigger fines. Today, we will look at one of these crimes. Mail fraud is a...

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