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Felonies

To start with, felonies are the most serious criminal offenses. Generally, defined as crimes punishable by imprisonment of more than one year. Furthermore, these prison sentences are usually served in a federal or state penitentiary rather than a county jail. For example, some felonies include:

  • fleeing to elude law enforcement
  • murder
  • rape
  • burglary
  • kidnapping, and arson

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TRAFFIC CRIMES

FLEEING TO ELUDE LAW ENFORCEMENT IN FLORIDA
To begin with, Fleeing or Attempting to Elude a Law Enforcement Officer (316.1935) is one of the most serious traffic offenses you can face. As a result, this is a felony charge that can land you in prison. RHINO Lawyers will help you fight this felony and stay out of prison! LEARN MORE

NON-TRAFFIC CRIMES

DRUG POSSESSION IN FLORIDA
Florida defines drug possession as a person holding a substance for personal use. Furthermore, this offense does not include manufacturing, distributing, or selling the drug. Consequently, Florida has several types of possession charges, most of which are felony offenses. LEARN MORE

THEFT CRIMES IN FLORIDA
A person commits theft by taking or using someone else’s property while having the requisite criminal intent. Florida Statute Section 812.014, defines theft as the following… LEARN MORE

VIOLENT CRIMES IN FLORIDA
All crimes of violence are very serious and have serious consequences. A person accused of a violent offense is often seen as a danger to society. As a result, a conviction could have serious and long-lasting consequences. LEARN MORE

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