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Misconceptions About Burglary Charges in Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Though Florida’s statute on burglary is relatively straightforward, there is still a lot of confusion about what constitutes a violation of the law. In general, you can be arrested if you enter or remain upon certain types of property without the owner’s permission. However, there are numerous subtleties regarding the statutory definitions and degrees… Read More »

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Florida Man Arrested on Burglary Charges in Car Dealership Case

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

After a month-long investigation into a suspicious fire at a Palm Bay, FL car dealership, police arrested a 36-year-old man on multiple charges. According to officials, the fire gutted the business, but not surveillance cameras caught the man stealing a Ford Ranger and driving away. Florida Today reported that, shortly after the fire in… Read More »

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South Florida Thief Gets Nothing, But May Face Attempted Burglary Charges

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A recent incident in Lee County demonstrates how a person can be charged with a theft crime, even when he or she walks away empty-handed. According to Southwest Florida’s News-Press.Com, a man was casing the building and surrounding property of a roofing company in Fort Myers, Florida. Video surveillance caught him attempting to break… Read More »

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Burglary is Among the Top Crimes in Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A recent report issued by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement shows that burglaries are up in most parts of the state. According to ABC Action News, advances in technology – such as door cameras – are helping police identify and arrest more of these criminals. Plus, various law enforcement agencies throughout Florida are… Read More »

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“Forced Accompaniment”: SCOTUS Upholds and Applies 1934 Dillinger Law

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

The way in which our legal system works, on the most basic level, is that there are a series of laws that are built around the way in which our civil society reacts to moral and ethical indicators, and as society progresses, our laws reflect that change. This concept of constant legal change to… Read More »

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