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Self Defense in Vero Beach

Local police may have access to cellphone surveillance technology

Local Police May Have Access to Cellphone Surveillance Technology

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How do Treasure Coast courts define ‘domestic violence?’

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Debate on how forgetting your wallet can get you 2 years in prison

On the Net, scaremongering is a pretty usual tactic in order to move a political agenda. This debate happened in the comment section of a video with the oh so clickbaity title of "Licensed Gun Owner Gets 2 Years For Forgetting Wallet at Home??" Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtfiT63E8g0&google_comment_id=z12odvnwsquawtma004chrf4npr2gdgoc2s Spoiler: this did not happen. The content therein is an opinion piece and should not be construed as legal advice.

How do i get my undesignated felony down to a misdemeanor (arizona)?

Make sure that your undesignated felony is made a misdemeanor; don't assume that it will automatically happen.

A question of black or white

Careful investigation establishes alibi using store employee time clock records, cash register records and credit card records.

Trooper’s on-board video proves confabulation

Google Earth is used to contradict Trooper's claim that car was speeding. The distance measured by Google Earth, divided by the time elapsed on the trooper's video recorder, proved that the accused was not speeding.