AGGRAVATED BATTERY CLASSIFICATION FOR SENTENCING
Criminal Lawyers point out that Florida law permits a court to reclassify a second-degree felony of aggravated battery to a first-degree felony when a firearm is used in the commission of a crime. In Hernandez v. State, the Third District Court of Appeals recently reexamined the forms of aggravated battery and when reclassification may be done for sentencing purposes.
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FLORIDA LAW ON CONSPIRACY
Agreements to participate in criminal activity: A conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to commit a criminal offense. Co-conspirators are usually held liable for acts committed in furtherance of the conspiracy if those acts are foreseeable. Florida law provides a limited exception for which co-conspirators and/or co-felons will not be liable for acts of other co-conspirators.
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GENERAL CRIMNAL LAW & RELATED ARTICLES
The content within this site section provides criminal Statistic & Information that will provide criminal defense attorneys, criminologists and sociologists with a baseline appreciation of the who, what, when, and where of crime than with the question of why. To this end, the statistical information and characteristics will provide a cursory discussion of how the four underlying dimensions (l.e., behavioral aspects, cognitive aspects, cultural aspects, and societal reactions) generally apply to the crime type under consideration apply. This statistical information serves to illustrate the patterned factors of the criminal event and to convey the numerical and behavioral characteristics of that crime type. Each crime statistics section provides a series of articles that present data and observation on the criminal behaviors pertaining to a particular crime as it pertains to the individuals involved (assailant, victim, public).
The criminal statistics and characteristics contained in this site vary depending on the complexity of the crime type at hand. These articles were garnered from various sources and provide cutting-edge research on the behavioral, cognitive, and cultural aspects of crime.