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Monthly Archives: February 2021

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3 Ways to Get Your Confession Tossed in a Florida Criminal Case

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

When you have been subjected to hours of grueling interrogation, faced probing questions, and raked over the coals by Florida law enforcement, there may come a point where you think a confession is your best option for ending the agony. Many other individuals have been in your position and done exactly what you are… Read More »

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Taking Your Florida Criminal Case to Trial: Questions to Ask Yourself

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

There are numerous variables you will need to consider when you have been arrested on criminal charges in Florida, but one of the most important issues early on will be whether to take your case to trial. Though you do have the right to a speedy trial under Florida law, it does not always… Read More »

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Your Guide to Understanding Florida Assault and Battery Crimes

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

You hear the phrase “assault and battery” tossed around often in conversation, on the news, and in film, to the point where you probably think the terms are interchangeable. While they are often discussed together, however, the Florida statute on assault, battery, and related offenses draws numerous distinctions. If you do not have a… Read More »

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New Florida School Bus Passing Law Imposes Serious Penalties for Offenders

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

If you emit an audible groan and try to look for a way out when you see a school bus stopped with its lights flashing, you should be aware of a new law that went into effect in Florida on January 1, 2021. ABC affiliate WTXL News Channel 27 reported on the School Bus… Read More »

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How to Invoke Your Miranda Rights in a Florida Criminal Case

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

You have probably seen the most dramatic moments in many TV shows, where an officer reads the suspect his or her rights at the moment of arrest. Though you may not know the specific reasons why, this scenario stems from the landmark US Supreme Court opinion in the 1966 case of Miranda v. Arizona…. Read More »

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