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Monthly Archives: October 24, 2017

Manuel and Thompson Panama City Personal Injury, Manuel and Thompson Marianna Personal Injury, Manuel and Thompson Chipley Personal Injury, Manuel and Thompson Bonifay Personal Injury, Manuel and Thompson Port St. Joe Personal Injury and Manuel and Thompson Apalachicola Personal Injury

Juvenile Cases

Florida Juvenile Cases Adolescents are prone to make a variety of mistakes. Unfortunately, these mistakes may be illegal in nature, which can lead to severe legal punishments. Regardless of their age, a criminal record can negatively impact a minor’s future ...

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Drivers License Suspension

A license suspension can be a devastating experience. Your driver’s license can be suspended for several reasons including failure to pay traffic tickets, excessive points on your license, failure to display proof of insurance, unpaid child support and others. ...

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DUI

Florida doesn’t play around when it comes to the offense of drinking and driving.  The punishment for a DUI is severe.  As defined in Florida Statute 316.193, a DUI is operating a mot...

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Drug Offenses

Marijuana, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Ecstasy, and prescription pills are all substances that can lead to criminal charges. Drug offenses may be a felony or misdemeanor depending on the amount or type of drug. Whether you are charged with possessing it, attempting to p...

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Manuel and Thompson Panama City Wrongful Death Attorney, Manuel and Thompson Marianna Wrongful Death Attorney, Manuel and Thompson Chipley Wrongful Death Attorney, Manuel and Thompson Bonifay Wrongful Death Attorney, Manuel and Thompson Port St. Joe Wrongful Death Attorney and Manuel and Thompson Apalachicola Wrongful Death Attorney

Felony / Misdemeanor

Crimes in Florida are generally classified into two classes, Felony and Misdemeanor.  A felony offense is any crime which can result in incarceration for more than 365 days.  Felony offenses are further divided into categories called degrees.

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