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Peeping Tom Faces Enhanced Charges For Videotaping Children In Palm Bay, FL

By Kevin J. Kulik |

Palm Bay Police Department made an arrest in a Peeping Tom case on December 12, 2017, after two children complained that a man was videotaping them in a drug store bathroom. Florida Today reported that the 20-year-old perpetrator was already in the restroom at the Walgreens on Babcock Street when the brother and sister… Read More »


What Does The Future Hold For Mandatory Minimum Sentencing In Florida?

By Kevin J. Kulik |

Controversy has surrounded Florida’s criminal justice system for a few years, especially the mandatory minimum sentencing structure that does not allow a judge to use discretion when issuing penalties. There are only a few exceptions to mandatory minimums for designated crimes, such as the downward departure process that is extremely complex. Changes may be… Read More »


Titusville, FL Man Charged With Second Degree Murder Of Wife

By Kevin J. Kulik |

A search for a missing 51-year-old Titusville, FL woman that began December 19, 2017 ended on a somber note, when her body was discovered the morning of Christmas Eve. Florida Today reported that her husband was arrested on murder charges and is currently being held without bail at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. According… Read More »


Plea Bargain Means Reduced Sentences For Pair Busted In Florida Drug Trafficking Case

By Kevin J. Kulik |

The Miami U.S. Attorney’s Office issued a statement on December 3, 2017 regarding the sentence issued in the case of two Hialeah, FL men arrested for drug trafficking in Opioid pills. Newstalk Florida reported that the defendants were the subject of months-long investigation by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration and the Miami-Dade Police Department… Read More »


Proposed Reforms In Florida Juvenile Cases

By Kevin J. Kulik |

If criminal justice activists can persuade lawmakers to relax Florida law on the handling of juvenile cases, 2018 may be the year that a 28-year-old bill actually becomes law. According to a December 5, 2017 article in the Tallahassee Democrat, the Sunshine State’s current juvenile crimes system is at odds with research on the… Read More »


First Degree Murder Case In Naples Shows Current State Of Death Penalty in Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik |

After more than eight years of bizarre developments and frustrating delays, the man convicted in a horrifying Naples, Florida murder case has received a death sentence for his crimes. The Naples Daily News reported on the matter, where the defendant murdered his wife and five young children by slitting their throats. After the killings… Read More »


Florida Man Arrested In Miami For Crimes Committed As Rideshare Driver

By Kevin J. Kulik |

Police in Pinecrest, Florida recently arrested a man on multiple counts related to offenses he committed while posing as a rideshare driver. The Miami Herald reported on December 8, 2017 that the man held himself out as working through Uber or Lyft rideshare services in order to pick up women. However, he would take… Read More »


Palm Bay, FL Man Tries To Pay Walmart In Counterfeit Bills

By Kevin J. Kulik |

An alert Walmart clerk and follow up by the store’s asset protection department landed a Palm Bay, Florida man in jail after he tried to pay for merchandise with counterfeit bills on December 2, 2017. According to a Palm Bay Daily report, the cashier identified the $20 bills as fraudulent due to their incorrect… Read More »


Woman On Horse Charged With DUI In Polk County, FL

By Kevin J. Kulik |

A Polk County, Florida woman found out the hard way that the state’s laws on drunk driving are actually more expansive than many people assume. Around 2 p.m. on November 2, 2017, she was apprehended in Lakeland for DUI while riding her horse, according to a report from CBS affiliate WTSP Channel 10 News…. Read More »


Crime Generally Down, But Rape On The Rise In Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik |

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement recently issued a report that included both good and bad news for residents and visitors to the Sunshine State: According to a November 22, 2017 article in the Sun-Sentinel, crime rates are dropping, but the incidence of rape is on the rise. The study covered all reported crimes… Read More »

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