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Monthly Archives: August 2020

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Broward Man Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Possession and Distribution of Obscene Images

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

It is against the law to possess pornographic content depicting the sexual abuse of minors.  As with any crime, a person cannot be punished for it unless he or she enters a guilty plea or unless a jury determines, beyond a reasonable doubt, that he or she has committed the crime.  Since so many… Read More »

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Former Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Deputy Gets Five Years in Plea Deal for Sober Home Patient Brokering Scheme

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

The shady machinations of South Florida’s addiction treatment centers and sober living homes in the second decade of the 21st century have become the stuff of legend.  Tales of “druggy buggies” transporting people on a desperate quest for sobriety from one candy-colored beachfront house-turned-rehab to another have featured in everything from “Florida man” memes… Read More »

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Federal Jury Acquits Man After Drug Bust at Fort Lauderdale Airbnb

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

Every person accused of a misdemeanor or felony in the United States has the right to a trial by jury, but in practice, very few defendants exercise those rights.  The punishments are usually worse if a jury returns a guilty verdict at trial than if the defendant had pleaded guilty.  Sometimes defense lawyers are… Read More »

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