Some situations that result in criminal charges have immensely unique circumstances. Still, if a weapon is involved, it is possible for a person to face serious charges, like aggravated assault. When such allegations are leveled against a person, it is wise for him or her to understand the predicament as best as possible.
Ending up in a situation where criminal accusations are brought against someone can be intimidating. When the charges involve allegations of murder, the predicament can seem even more insurmountable. However, even when serious charges like murder are involved, parties have the ability to create a criminal defense.
It's a classic middle school act to tell a teacher you don't have your homework because the dog ate it. One Florida driver apparently wanted to take that concept a step further by telling police officers he did not operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. According to his story, his dog was behind the wheel.
Certain things can add a whole new level of seriousness to being accused of a crime here in Florida. One is if a person is accused of having used or displayed a firearm in connection to the alleged crime. For a wide range of criminal offenses, such an allegation can greatly increase the charges and penalties a suspect could be facing. Today, we will go over three examples of this.