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Florida Inmates Entitled To Resentencing For Crimes Committed As Juveniles

By Jeff Brown |

On October 22nd, the Florida Times-Union published a story on how our criminal justice system makes it so difficult for juvenile offenders, once convicted, to leave prison and start a life for themselves. The U.S. Supreme Court has now deemed it unconstitutional to sentence a juvenile to mandatory life without the possibility of parole;… Read More »

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How a Criminal Record can Affect Students

By Jeff Brown |

News sources recently reported the results of an investigation involving college athletes that indicated that the University of Florida had the highest number of athletes that had been suspected of criminal activity. Police reports demonstrated that over the course of five years, 80 athletes were allegedly involved in 119 criminal incidents. Furthermore, 25 athletes… Read More »

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