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Criminal defense needed against child abuse charge

It is generally a smart move for anyone facing criminal charges to learn more about his or her particular situation. It may also help accused parties to understand what the legal proceedings will entail as their cases move forward. A lot of work can go into creating and presenting a criminal defense for any type of charge, and having the right information could go a long way.

One man in Florida may be hoping to learn as much as possible about his case after recently being taken into custody. According to reports, day care workers reported the man for abuse after they noticed a 3-year-old boy with burns on his back. Authorities looked into the report and purportedly determined that the man had poured boiling water on the child after he accidentally urinated on the floor.

It was noted that this is not the first time the man has been associated with such an incident. He was reportedly charged last year after a 3-year-old girl suffered burns, but the charge was later dropped. For this recent event, he is currently facing a charge for child abuse causing great bodily harm.

Though this man had similar charges against him dropped, it does not necessarily mean that this incident will see the same outcome. As a result, it may benefit him to thoroughly explore his legal options and determine what criminal defense options could best help his case. Gaining information about what to expect as his case moves through the Florida criminal justice system may also be of use to him.

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