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Disciplinary Hearings Related To Alcohol Abuse In Florida

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

Essentially, anything that it’s illegal to do off-campus, it’s illegal to do on-campus. Even student conduct committed off-campus could give rise to disciplinary actions by a university. Among the most common disciplinary actions that students face are those related to alcohol. If a student is arrested, the arresting agency will sometimes send a copy… Read More »

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Two Facing Federal Charges Related To Real Estate Fraud

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

Two men are facing charges related to a real estate scheme that bilked an investor of $12 million. The investor was asked to put up money for real estate deals that never occurred. According to the defendants, they needed the cash to cover the deposits on the real estate, and they would immediately flip… Read More »

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8 Indicted For Bank Fraud, Criminal Conspiracy

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

Eight South Florida defendants are facing charges that they stole routing and account numbers for the purposes of fabricating forged checks, depositing the money into their own accounts, and using it for personal gain. The indictment lists 30 counts against the defendants. While the press release does not specify what these charges are, we… Read More »

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Former U.S. Army Veteran Sent To Federal Prison For Threatening Violence

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

America’s newest protest movement involves folks who are really into former President Donald Trump and don’t believe that Joe Biden was elected legally. Now, a former U.S. Army veteran is headed to federal prison after making online threats to kidnap or injure. He will face 3.5 years behind bars for his conduct. However, this… Read More »

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Court Will Hear Appeal Of Man Who Claims Prosecution Removed Black Jurors

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

A North Carolina appeals court will hear the case of a man who claims that the prosecution removed all of the Black jurors from his trial illegally. It is the first appeal in the history of the N.C. courts to review a conviction on the basis of race. Initially, the man’s conviction had been… Read More »

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Federal Judge Rules “Disorderly Conduct” Charges Against Students Overly Broad

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

That which is not compulsory is prohibited. That which is not prohibited is compulsory. While some might advocate for such a system of governance, you won’t find too many of those in America. Yet petty tyrants can often impose rules on those within their authority, charge them under those rules, and sometimes even convict… Read More »

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