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Caught on Tape: Parents use small children to steal from store on Christmas Day

It’s a crime leaving a lot of people to scratch their heads, as a family is caught on surveillance video stealing from a store on Christmas Day.

The theft happened in Paramount, California and the store’s surveillance system caught it all. Police say the parents appear to be using their own children, as young as four years old, to take everything from clothing to cash.

In one part of the video, two young boys are spotted reaching into the cash register and stealing money, over and over again, grabbing only large bills. Police say there is audio on the recordings and that investigators hear the mother instructing the boys what to do.

Police say the children could be seen holding up shirts and communicating with the adults, in what appears to be the children asking if they have the right thing.

Police say it looks like this family either has done this before or practiced quite a bit.

Investigators say the parents face multiple charges. Source – eyewitness news 9.

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Tiger Woods 911 Call Released

Following a car accident at 2:25am Friday morning, golf superstar Tiger Woods has stayed mum on what happened. He reportedly drove his 2009 Cadillac Escalade into a fire hydrant and a neighbor’s tree. Officers responded to a call from Woods’ neighbor and found him bruised and bloody near his home in Isleworth.

The Florida Highway Patrol is planning a news conference for 3pm today.

Neighbors for the Woods family said through their attorney that they noticed no indications that fighting or alcohol or drugs were a factor in the car accident. Despite this, troopers went into the Woods’ home in an attempt to figure out what happened leading up the accident. The Woods’ lawyer met troopers in the driveway and told them his client was unavailable. The attorney also announced that Woods was cancelling interviews. Instead, Woods posted a note on his website stating that accident “is a private matter and I want to keep it that way.” Source; Orlando Sentinel December 2009

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parkland florida considering to ban texting while driving

Parkland Commissioner Jared Moskowitz plans to ask the City Commission to pass a ban on texting while driving within Parkland’s city limits. They would become the first city in Broward County to pass such a ban.

The main argument in favor of the ban is that text messaging behind the wheel creates a dangerous and unnecessary distraction. In fact, a recent study by a vehicle safety research organization found that drivers who text while behind the wheel of a car or other motor vehicle are 23 times more likely to crash than other drivers. Another study out of Virginia Tech’s Transportation Institute found that the average text message takes the driver’s eyes away from the road for 4.6 out of every six seconds.

However, critics worry that it could be difficult to enforce the ban, because some drivers don’t know when they enter city limits and it could be hard for law enforcement officials to see if someone is texting while they’re driving upwards of 30 mph.

The fines for texting behind the wheel have yet to be determined, but they could mirror similar laws in other states. For instance, California fines drivers $20 for their first offense. Lawmakers say they are still pushing for a statewide ban on texting while driving.

Parkland could become first Broward city to crack down on texting while driving. Source; South Florida Sun Sentinel, August 17, 2009

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No Criminal Charges Filed Against Florida Man Who Shot Bear

Last month, a Florida man shot a black bear near his home in Shalimar. Although there is


no legal means of killing a bear in Florida, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission

makes recommendations on whether the

person should be charged. In this case, the bear reportedly lunged at the man popped her teeth.

A report from the commission says the 52-year-old man thought she was going to attack and shot her to defend himself, not intending to kill the mother bea

r. The report also states that the man was unsure who to call to report the incident, so he called his neighbor, an Okaloosa County Commissioner. The neighbor called the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission to report a bear in the area, and the man called the agency the next morning to report the shooting.

Although some local conservationists have criticized the man for killing the bear, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission has recommended against criminal charges for the man. Source;, December 8, 2009

Owner of Chimp Who Attacked Woman Won’t Face Criminal Charges

Earlier this year, Travis the chimpanzee made headlines for attacking a woman unprovoked, ripping off her nose, hands, lips, and eyelids. She was left blind with multiple other injuries. The woman’s attorneys had filed a $50 million lawsuit against the chimp’s owner, but prosecutors announced in December that the owner will not face criminal charges.

An attorney for the state of Connecticut said there is nothing to indicate that the 200-pound chimp’s owner knew the animal was dangerous and ignored that danger. The chimp was reportedly shot and killed by police. Prior to the incident this year, the animal had escaped from his owner’s car in 2003 and led police on a chase for several hours.

Wildlife experts say the incident should serve as a reminder that chimps are unpredictable and unsuitable as pets. Source;, December 2009

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Criminal Charges we can help with

Below are all of the charges our Florida Bondsmen may assist with. We offer bail bonds in florida and nationwide.

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• Homicide

• Drug Charges

• Drug Possession

• Trafficking

• Delivery

• Manufacturing

• Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

• Sex Crimes

• Sexual Battery

• Lewd and Lascivious

• Resisting Arrest (with Violence)

• Grand Theft

• Grand Theft Auto

• Dealing in Stolen Property

• Burglary (Residential, Structure, etc)

• Robbery (Strong Arm)

• Robbery (Armed)

• Battery

• Battery LEO (Law Enforcement Officer)

• Stalking

• White Collar

• Juvenile

• DUI (Driving Under the Influence)

• Felony DUI (repeat offender)

• DUI Serious Bodily Injury

• DUI Manslaughter

• Felony DWLS (Driving W/ License Suspended)

• Fleeing and Eluding (Aggravated)

• Fraud

• Credit Card Fraud

• Identity Theft

• Embezzlement

• Weapons Violations

• Carrying a Concealed Firearm

• Discharging a Firearm

• Possession of a Firearm

• Domestic Violence

• Forgery

• All Violations of Probation

• All Violations of Community Control

• Early Terminations of Probation / Community Control

• Modifications of Probation

• Records Sealing and Expunging

• Bond Hearings / Reductions


• Drug Possession

• Possession of Cannabis

• Petit Theft

• Shoplifting

• Assault

• Battery

• Domestic Violence

• Violation of Restraining Orders

• Solicitation for Prostitution

• Resisting Arrest

• Trespass

• Disorderly Conduct

• Disorderly Intoxication

• Bad Checks

• Juvenile

• Violations of Probation

• Carrying a Concealed Weapon

• Criminal Mischief

• Municipal Ordinance Violations

• All Violations of Probation

• Early Terminations of Probation

• Modifications of Probation

• Records Sealing and Expunging

• Bond Hearings / Reductions



• Work Permits

• Hardship Licenses

• Challenges to Breath Test Results

• Challenges to Refusals

• Challenges to Traffic Stops

• Challenges to License Suspensions

• Challenges to Arrests

• Driver’s License Re-Instatements


• Driving While License Suspended (DWLS)

• Operating without a Valid Driver’s License

• Violation of Driver’s License Restrictions

• Reckless Driving

• Racing

• Leaving the Scene of Accident

• Expired Tag

• Tag Unassigned

• Habitual Offender Violations

• Other Driver’s License Problems


• Speeding

• Red Light

• Stop Sign

• Careless Driving

• Suspended License

• Failure to Use Due Care

• Following Too Closely

• Defective / Improper Equipment

• Failure to Display / Carry Registration

• Failure to Display / Carry Insurance

• Failure to Display/Carry Driver’s License

• All Florida Accident Cases

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Your 8th Amendment right is the right to Bail

Do you Know your rights ?

Your 8th Amendment right is the right to bail.

Your 5th Amendment right is the right to council.

  • You have the right to testify on one’s own behalf.
  • You have the right to remain silent.
  • You have the right to a speedy trial.
  • You have the right to a jury trial (in most cases).
  • You have the right to use courts’ subpoena power to compel witnesses to testify.
  • You have the right of presumed innocence.
  • You have the right to cross examine and confront witnesses.

Things the defendant should expect from his criminal defense attorney:

  1. The defense attorney must ethically and actively defend his or her client.
  2. The defense attorney must present all options to his or her client with recommendations and professional opinions.
  3. The defense must prepare his or her client completely for each step in the legal process, but also, the defendant must assist his or her attorney. The defendant must make sure he or she understands what the attorney is doing and why he or she is doing it before it is done. The defendant cannot wait until after the attorney presents the defense to inquire as to the course of action.
  4. The defense attorney must review all possible defense scenarios and evidence and interview all witnesses in support of the client’s case.
  5. The defense attorney must develop a theme to the defense. The theme is composed of a powerful defense strategy and a course of action to present reasonable doubt or otherwise minimize exposure or punishments.

How to plea bargain a good deal:

Remember: the burden of proof is always on the prosecution or State

  1. The defense must show responsibility for the crime is minimal.
  2. The defense must show the impact of the crime elicited little damage.
  3. The defense must explain mitigating circumstances that led to the crime.
  4. The defense must establish weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, such as lack of evidence, or lack of witnesses, or factual inconsistencies.
  5. The defense must establish good character on the part of the defendant. The crime was a departure from normal conduct.
  6. The prosecution and defense must mutually desire a reasonable settlement.
  7. The impact on the defendant’s family or dependents would be a hardship.

Understanding Bail:

Bail is a method to get the defendant home during the trial proceedings. It is not a period of time to argue the merits of the case. Bail is an amount of money used by the court to ensure the defendant comes back to court when required to do so. There are typically two factors the judge considers before setting bail. Any bail argument by the defense attorney must address both parts:

  1. Is the defendant a danger to the community?
  2. What is the likelihood the defendant will flee?

In order to get the bail reduced, the defense attorney should do the following:

  1. Demonstrate the potential crime is not one that the defendant would do again.
  2. Demonstrate the defendant is not a danger to the community.
  3. Demonstrate the defendant presents no likelihood to flee. The defense attorney can present this in various ways:
  • Character references
  • Community support
  • Stable employment history
  • Memberships in religious or civic organizations
  • Surrendering the defendant’s passport
  • Agree to electronic monitoring

The court can present several bail release options. These may include:

  1. Cash Bail. The defendant is responsible for paying the entire amount of the bail to be released and receive this amount back at the completion of all court appearances.
  2. Release on own recognizance. If the judge is convinced the defendant is not a risk, he or she may release the defendant on his or her own recognizance.
  3. Surety Bond. The bail agent guarantees to the court that they are responsible if the defendant fails to appear.
  4. Property Bond. The court records a lien on the property of the defendant to secure the bail amount.

The Difference Between Misdemeanors and Felonies:

The consequences for misdemeanors and felony convictions are entirely different. The defendant must understand which crime he or she has been charged with in order to understand what will happen if convicted.

Generally, a misdemeanor crime is punishable by up to one year in county jail. Misdemeanor trails are held in the state’s lower court, sometimes referred to as Municipal Court. Examples of misdemeanor crimes include drunken driving, disorderly conduct, and shoplifting.

A felony crime is punishable by one year or more in a state prison or a penitentiary. Felonies begin in the state’s lower court system but may move up to the state Superior Court, or higher court. Examples of felony crimes include murder, rape, and armed robbery.

The misdemeanor and felony arraignment processes are virtually identical to one another with one exception. In the misdemeanor arraignment process, a pre-trial in Municipal Court is the next step following arraignment. In the felony arraignment process, the next step is a pre-preliminary hearing or a preliminary hearing.

It is recommended that the defendant receive legal representation prior to arraignment. A public defender may have little time to review the case before arraignment or may not even be assigned the case until arraignment. Preparation is key to a successful defense. A private attorney can meet with the defendant prior to arraignment, review the case, and provide the defendant with step-by-step options prior to the arraignment process.

Plea Bargaining

The majority of all cases end in a plea bargain. Plea bargaining is an excellent way to avoid a potential stiff conviction in favor of an agreed upon lighter conviction. For instance, in a drug possession case, a judge may be convinced to dismiss the charges in return for the defendant’s successful completion of a rehabilitation program. Some judges and prosecutors are open to plea bargaining, whereas others are not. Plea bargaining enables the judges to move cases through the legal process quickly and increase convictions for prosecutors.

Pre-trial Conference

This involves a meeting between prosecution and defense. Topics discussed include plea bargain opportunities, strengths and weaknesses of the prosecution’s case, pre-trial motions, and intangible factors of the case such as the defendant’s character and past history.


The judge determines the length and type of punishment at a sentencing hearing. Witnesses are generally allowed to speak, requesting either a lighter or stiffer sentence. The defendant may make a statement to the court. In addition, in some jurisdictions, the court may ask for a report from the probation department prior to the sentencing of the defendant.


After a defendant has been found guilty by way of trial, the defense attorney may request a higher court to review specifically identified flaws in procedure with the possibility of changing the lower court’s decision. It is important to recognize that the appeals process may only begin after the defendant has received the final verdict.

Once the trial has been completed, the facts have been decided. They can’t be changed by an appellate court. The appeals process reviews defects in procedure of the trial. If the defense attorney can identify substantial improper issues, he or she may be able to win the appeal. These defects in procedure may include any of the following:

  • The judge’s instructions to the jury were improper
  • The prosecution made improper comments to the jury
  • Jury tampering
  • Improper introduction of evidence


The expunge process differs from state to state. Expunge is a legal term for sealing the criminal record. By having a criminal conviction expunged, the conviction will deemed not to have occurred. However, in some cases, even an expunged record is still open for law enforcement purposes. In addition, applicants campaigning for public office or applying for a federal job are required to make their conviction public, even if it was expunged.

Disclaimer for Attorney Resources

This is from excerpts from Miller and Associates (now Imhoff and Associates); criminal defense attorneys (Understanding the Criminal Process from Arraignment to Appeal) booklet. Copyright 2002. All rights reserved.


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