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Monthly Archives: April 2020


Report: Miami Police Have Made At Least 16 Curfew Arrests

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On March 26th, the City of Miami enacted a strict 10 PM curfew as part of its effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 (coronavirus). Under the local ordinance, residents are instructed to stay inside from 10 PM to 5 AM—unless their conduct falls under an exception. Failure to comply with this law… Read More »

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Police Discover Cocaine Disguised as Car Batteries, Florida Man Charged With Possession With Intent to Distribute

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On April 14th, 2020, the Miami Herald reported on the story of a significant drug bust on a cargo vessel in the Miami River. What initially appeared to be two pallets stacked with car batteries were later discovered to be powder cocaine. After an investigation, state and federal agents arrested a man named Juan… Read More »

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How to Get Bail Reduced in Florida

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Bail is money that a defendant puts up in exchange for their release. The court “holds” the bail to confirm that the defendant will attend all of their hearings. If you cannot pay the full amount needed, you may secure release through bond. As explained by Florida’s Chief Financial Officer, bond is a third… Read More »

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Florida Pastor Arrested After Defying COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Order

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In an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), state and local officials throughout the United States have issued a wide range of different legal orders—many of them temporarily closing down ‘non-essential businesses’, banning large gatherings, and requiring people to stay home or shelter in place. As of April 1st, 2020, Florida… Read More »

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Four Things Immigrants Need to Know When Facing Criminal Charges

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Being arrested and charged with a criminal offense is always stressful, scary, and confusing. For immigrants and other non-citizens, there may be even more on the line. Indeed, a criminal charge could have very serious consequences for you and your family—potentially even leading to a denial of citizenship rights or removal from the country…. Read More »

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