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Crime Down in Florida: FDLE Findings for First Half 2020

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

After a year in which most headlines were announcing bad news, it is reassuring for Florida residents to know that crime is down across the state. NBC News Channel 2 WESH offered an overview of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) report on crime for the first half of 2020, which dipped 12… Read More »

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Should You Ever Testify as a Defendant in a Florida Criminal Case?

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

If you were falsely charged with a crime in Florida or believe that your story needs to be presented in court, you will no doubt jump at the chance to take the witness stand when your case goes to trial. It is understandable that you seek to provide your own recollection about the events… Read More »

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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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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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What is Probable Cause in a Florida Criminal Case?

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

You hear the term “probable cause” in connection with various aspects of criminal law, but you may not fully understand the details unless you have a legal background. The specific mechanics behind this concept are entrenched in the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution and the Declaration of Rights in the Florida Constitution, both… Read More »

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Is it a Crime to Drive Without Auto Insurance in Florida?

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

All US states require motorists to carry auto insurance to cover the losses of car accident victims, and Florida’s statute on insurance and proof of insurance covers the details. If you are pulled over by police and do not have the proper coverage and/or documentation, you could suffer the consequences. There are consequences for… Read More »

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Think About 5 Factors Before You Plead Guilty to Florida Criminal Charges

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

When you have been arrested on criminal charges in Florida, it is wise to consider all potential outcomes to the case. Unless there are technical grounds or other reasons for a dismissal, you could go to trial before a judge or jury. If found guilty, you could be facing jail time, fines, and other… Read More »

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How Florida’s Rape Shield Law Affects Sex Crimes Cases

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

If you were arrested for a sex crime in Florida, you probably assume you can present any and all evidence at trial to defend yourself. Much of the information you want to show in court may be intended to refute the accuser’s allegations and cast doubt upon his or her claims. For the most… Read More »

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DeSantis Proposing to Expand “Stand Your Ground” in Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Florida’s “stand your ground” law, which serves as a self-defense claim to murder charges, has been the focus of controversy for decades. However, Gov. Ron DeSantis renewed the debate by announcing a series of proposals that would expand the statute in response to the riots, looting, and incidents of civil unrest across the US… Read More »

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