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Seminole, FL Man Arrested For Burglary, Arson In Home Invasion

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A Seminole, FL man faces several charges after he allegedly broke into a home, started a fire, and stole several items, including the family dog. According to an April 19, 2018 article appearing in the Tampa Bay Times, the homeowner called 911 upon discovering the break in when he arrived home from work. Deputies… Read More »

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Collier County, FL Man Faces Additional Charges After Driving On A Suspended License

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

An East Naples man arrested for driving on a suspended license in Florida will now answer to out-of-state murder charges that date back to 2000, according to a November 9, 2017 article in the Naples Daily News. Deputies from the Collier County Sheriff’s Office were conducting a routine traffic stop when they discovered that… Read More »

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The Gender Battles: Female Felons Join the Ranks

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Media and entertainment has dictated the way that we as a society perceive “criminals” and “felons”. The movie and TV industry has painted a portrait that portrays the qualities and characteristics that resonate with us and the images that we have in the mind’s eye when we think of violent criminals. Generally we think… 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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Does a Tryst on The Beach Deserve 15 Years of Prison?

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

The recent conviction of a couple that had a sexual encounter on a Florida beach in front of the public eye is drawing serious attention nationwide. The reason: the male defendant in the case could be sentenced to 15 years in prison. The Florida Case The case at the center of the public eye… Read More »

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How NeuroImaging and Brain Function Can Help Our Defense Attorneys

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

As technology advances, society is provided the uncanny opportunity to see into what has been previously considered mysterious: the human brain. As doctors and researchers are learning more and more about the differing functions of the varied sections of the brain, we have become more and more fascinated with the brain process behind everyday… Read More »

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Body Cameras on Police Officers: Who Has the Right to the Footage?

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

In the last two years, citizens around the United States are calling for changes in the policies and procedures of police officers and other law enforcement agents. One of the main requests relates to the use of body cameras on police officers as they go about their jobs so as to protect men and… Read More »

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A Minor Mark Not So Minor: Changes to Juvenile Expunction Law

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A recent bill was introduced in Florida’s legislature to attack the negative effects that a juvenile record may have on persons who committed nonviolent offenses as minors, but are now, as adults, attempting to apply to jobs, join the military, or receive loans for college tuition and other essentials. In Florida, the police records… Read More »

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Juvenile Sentences are Redefined under Florida Supreme Court Ruling

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A recent Florida Supreme Court ruling is seen as a victory for those juvenile inmates who are currently serving extensive sentences in prison. Under the new ruling made by the Florida Supreme Court, the sentencing guidelines for juveniles who were charged as adults will reflect the leniency that the criminal justice system is trying… Read More »

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The Teenage Mind and Criminality: The Reasoning Behind Resentencing for Juveniles

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

The recent decision by the Florida Supreme Court to reevaluate the sentencing guidelines for juveniles charged as adults falls into line with the most recent research into the teenage brain. In the last few decades, with the advancement of technology and psychology, psychologists have been evaluating the brains of adults, teenagers, and children alike,… Read More »

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