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Are You a Florida Resident Who Happens to be a Convicted Felon? Big Changes Are Here Regarding Your Right to Vote

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

In your past, you made an unfortunate mistake that led to you incurring a felony charge. By the time you were sentenced, you likely knew the potential incarceration terms associated with your charge and you probably were not surprised if your felony conviction was accompanied by a prison term, even if you didn’t quite… Read More »

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Opioid Addiction is Now the Leading Cause of Preventable Deaths in America: Spotlighting the Symbiotic Relationship Between Opioid Addiction and Criminal Charges

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

It is no secret to most Americans that our nation has been facing an opioid crisis in recent years. But that does not negate the disturbing report recently addressed by the Tampa Bay Times. According to the Times article, the odds of dying from an accidental opioid overdose are now higher than the odds… Read More »

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The Penalties for Criminal Mischief in Florida

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

We have all heard stories of scorned lovers who slashed tires and started fires with their ex’s property. And a common theme in many aspects of pop culture, from movies to music, involves people who believe that they have been jilted becoming so angry with someone else that they physically destroy that person’s property…. Read More »

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Defending a Sexual Cyberharassment Charge in Florida

By Donald C. Barrett, P.A. |

In the day and age of the national #MeToo movement, sexual harassment accusations are not unusual. The Tampa Bay Times recently reported that the former City Commissioner of Madeira Beach was publicly censured after allegedly committing sexual harassment that included groping and licking the face of a former city manager. The alleged harassment reportedly… Read More »

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