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The Un-romantic Side of Teacher-Student Relationships and the Recent Investigation that Will Affect Scrutiny of Them in the Future

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

Teacher-student relationships are often romanticized as a forbidden love story in books and movies. In reality, however, these relationships are usually illegal as the student has not yet reached an age where he or she can legally consent to the relationship. There is nothing romantic about the potential consequences as even a mere accusation… Read More »

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Understanding the Consequences of Enabling Underage Drinking in Florida

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

This time of year, holiday parties are in full swing and many people are getting into a festive mood. It is not unusual for people to indulge themselves in alcoholic spirits while getting into the holiday spirit and there is nothing wrong with doing so responsibly once reaching the legal drinking age. However, this… Read More »

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The Need to Prevent Youth Firearm Tragedies and the Legal Implications You Can Incur As a Result

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

For all the potential benefits that come with firearms, we all know that they can also have negative consequences as a result of accidents which can happen to anyone. However, some firearm accidents are more dangerous than others. Perhaps the most tragic of these accidents are those that involve the youngest of our loved… Read More »

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The Reality of Being Convicted of a Sex Offense in Florida

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

In many cases, sex crime allegations are an unfortunate manipulation of innocent circumstances and the legal system. Regardless of the origin of the allegations, the conviction of a sex offense under Florida law is often accompanied by a prison sentence and fines. And even after an individual has finished serving a sentence and paying… Read More »

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