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Obtaining Medical Marijuana in Florida: The Process

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Florida Marijuana Laws: What to Know to Keep Your Summer Fun

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Charged with a Crime? An Overview of Florida Law on Offer for Prostitution and Sale of Narcotic Offenses

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Why Do You Need the Best Criminal Defense Lawyer Jacksonville Has to Offer?

Feeling overwhelmed while looking for a defense lawyer? You may have found yourself in a rough spot and for whatever reason you are now looking for a criminal defense attorney in Jacksonville, Florida. You need someone who is smart, experienced, and who will stand by you.

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The Three Most Common Criminal Offenses In Florida

Drug Charges, DUI, and Domestic Violence are the most common criminal charges in Florida. All of these charges carry heavy penalties. If you've been charged with any of the above get in touch with James Davis Defense as soon as possible, your case may depend upon it.

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What Are The Consequences Of A Marijuana Related Crime In Florida?

Getting caught with possession of Marijuana is a very serious offense in Jacksonville, even for first time offenders. In fact, drug related crimes are some of the most heavily penalized crimes in Florida. If you're facing marijuana related charges you should get in touch with James Davis Defense as soon as possible.

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What To Do If You’ve Been Charged With Simple Possession Of Marijuana

Getting charged with Simple Possession of Marijuana can lead to a criminal record in the state of Florida. It's important to do everything in your power to reduce your criminal charges.

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What Should I Do if I Miss My Court Date?

Missing a court date is not the most responsible way to handle charges against you. Depending on why you’re going to court, there may be a number of options. If you inadvertently miss your scheduled court date, you can be charged with failing to appear.

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Making Medical Marijuana Legal through a Constitutional Amendment

Over the past few years, the nationwide trend has been to decriminalize possession of marijuana. Some states, such as Colorado and Oregon, have voted to decriminalize the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. Others—like California, Texas, Vermont, Maryland, and fourteen others—do not prosecute those found in possession of marijuana if they are using it for medicinal purposes. Notice that Florida is on neither list.

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