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Additional Counts For Using A Phone In The Commission Of A Felony in Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A Key Largo man arrested on October 25, 2017 on drug charges will face additional counts for using a two-way communications device to facilitate a felony, according to a recent report from online news source KeyNews.com. A Monroe County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson stated that the allegations stem from three separate incidents where the man… Read More »

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Felony Complaints Outlining Fraud Charges Filed Against Nine Florida Gators

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Nine previously suspended players for the Florida Gators football team may now face felony charges, as official filed sworn complaints against them regarding a fraud ring. According to a September 25, 2017 report by Orlando’s News Channel 6, the documents will be forwarded to the State Attorney’s Office for a determination on whether to… Read More »

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Motion Practice in Florida Felony DUI Cases

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Any DUI conviction includes different penalties under Florida law, but the offense rises to the level of a felony under certain circumstances, including: A third DUI within ten years; A fourth DUI overall; A DUI accident that caused another person bodily harm; and, A DUI accident that caused death. When any of these situations… Read More »

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Supreme Court’s Void-for-Vagueness Decision and How it Applies Retroactively

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

In our criminal justice system, we base many of our statutes and laws on moral and safety policies to help preserve civilization and our society. As our society’s values change, so do the laws that apply. In many cases, when laws pass, their applicability begins immediately. However, where a law is struck down either… Read More »

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U.S. Supreme Court Decides Firearm Transfer Policy from Felons

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A recent U.S. Supreme Court case has finally settled a long debate regarding gun rights and legislation regarding felon weapon-possession and transfer rights. The U.S. Supreme Court found that a federal law that provides that felons are not allowed to possess firearms may transfer or sell their guns to a third party as long… Read More »

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The Felony of Peeping Tom

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Privacy is something that as citizens we hold near and dear to us: privacy to be in our own homes, free from intrusion by the government, and privacy from prying fellow citizens. The Fourth Amendment was imagined and drafted to deter the government from intruding into the most private areas of our lives. Our… Read More »

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Harsher Felony Sentencing for Sexual Misconduct in Schools

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A new act in Florida has come into effect at the beginning of the October whereby sexual misconduct by authority figures against students will be more harshly penalized than before. Originally known as the Stargel bill, named for state Senator Kelli Stargel, is now the “Sexual Misconduct with Students by Authority Figures Act.” Purpose… Read More »

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