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“Relates To” – The Latest Expungement Objection

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The latest expungement objection (more specifically toward the sealing of records) has to do with the statutory language (that can be found in both ss. 943.0585 and 943.059, Fla. Stats.); “A criminal history record that relates to a violation of…[.]”…

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Criminal Record Expungements: More Good Stuff

In the realm of law, in between the nether world and the iclouds, there is a place where things sometimes seem pretty darn good. Doesn’t mean it is! Or forever will be – but, for now, good. This This is…

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Broward County Judge Finds Red Light Camera Statute Unconstitutional

A broward county judge has found the red light camera statute to be unconstitutional under the Florida Constitution. Read order to find out why. State v Adams RLCC May 16, 2012 Eric J Dirga, PA

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Shanks: Another Good Case on Sealing Records

SHANKS v. STATE, 82 So.3d 1226 (Fla. 1st DCA 2012) Here is a petition to seal case where, for all the best efforts, a great decision was had yet there was one silly error. Shanks supports the granting of a…

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