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Category Archives: Civil Litigation

Why can the State Attorney’s Office continue to bring up my prior criminal charges?

Our Criminal Attorneys Tampa are often asked about these issues.  Many individuals previously convicted of criminal charges in Florida are incredibly frustrated with Florida’s current sentencing structure which permits the prosecution in its preparation of score sheets to continue to bring up old charges.  Further, many judges in misdemeanor cases, which legally do not rely […]

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Tampa Trial Attorneys: What is impeachment?

Tampa Trial Attorneys are often asked about what “impeachment” means regards to witnesses testifying. In short, impeachment refers to essentially proving or identifying some sort of dishonesty or deception regarding a witness’s testimony. There are a number of ways to impeach a witness during their testimony. The most common ways of impeachment are identifying clear […]

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What does the phrase Attorney-Client Privilege Mean?

Many Tampa attorneys in their initial consultation with their clients will use the phrase “attorney-client” privilege. This phrase is referring to the confidentiality between the attorney and their client regarding the matters discussed and exchanged during their meetings. Obviously, this is a far more complex subject than the simple one-sentence definition I provided above, so […]

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Tampa Personal Injury Attorneys: What does negligence mean?

Tampa personal injury attorneys are often asked about what specifically negligence means.  Negligence is one of those phrases thrown around the media and television, but is rarely actually defined.  As anyone that has any experience with personal injury cases knows, these cases begin with an act that is deemed negligent. In short, negligence is someone […]

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