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The Words Theft, Burglary, & Robbery Mean Different Things

By Rigney Law LLC |

Theft, burglary, and robbery are phrases that people use interchangeably, but they are not interchangeable. They each mean different things. They each signify completely different crimes with different elements, and they mean that a different thing happened. When we talk about theft, burglary, and robbery, we are talking about taking of property, and the… Read More »

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Tales from the Brown Desk – Episode 25 – Theft, Burglary, Robbery, Corporate Personhood, & Florida Man

By Rigney Law LLC |

Weekly Criminal Law Podcast, Tales from the Brown Desk, brought to you by Rigney Law LLC. Tales from the Brown Desk is a free flowing conversation involving two foul-mouthed attorneys. It may include graphic descriptions of sexual activity, violence, and traffic law. It may not be suitable for children. Listener discretion advised. Episode 25…. Read More »

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Tales from the Brown Desk – Episode 21 – Marijuana Metabolites, Recording Police Encounters, & Florida Man

By Rigney Law LLC |

Weekly Criminal Law Podcast, Tales from the Brown Desk, brought to you by Rigney Law LLC. Tales from the Brown Desk is a free flowing conversation involving two foul-mouthed attorneys. It may include graphic descriptions of sexual activity, violence, and traffic law. It may not be suitable for children. Listener discretion advised. Episode 21…. Read More »

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What does the word discovery mean in legal terms?

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The word discovery is a reference to the trial rules which sets out different methods by which you “discover” the other side’s evidence. Essentially, discovery is the process of gathering all the information that will be used in a legal case, then providing that information to the other side. You can’t just go looking… Read More »

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Can a Police Report be Used as Evidence?

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The police report itself cannot be used as evidence in a criminal case. The rules of evidence are pretty specific. A police report is considered hearsay. There are a lot of exceptions to the hearsay rule, and one of them is police reports. The hearsay rule says the state cannot offer a police report… Read More »

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How soon after an arrest will you get out of jail or bond be set?

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When someone is arrested, do they know when they will get out of jail or if there is a bond set? Every county handles getting out of jail and setting bond a little differently. And it will depend on what county you are in. Most counties, but not all of them, have a bond… Read More »

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Tales from the Brown Desk – Episode 12 – Arrest, Screening, Initial Hearing & Florida Man

By Rigney Law LLC |

Weekly Criminal Law Podcast, Tales from the Brown Desk, brought to you by Rigney Law LLC. Tales from the Brown Desk is a free flowing conversation involving two foul-mouthed attorneys. It may include graphic descriptions of sexual activity, violence, and traffic law. It may not be suitable for children. Listener discretion advised. Episode 12… Read More »

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