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  • MARISSA ALEXANDER REMAINS FREE ON BOND

    Courtesy of THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION Posted: January 10, 2014 - 10:28am  |  Updated: January 11, 2014 - 1:00am By Larry Hannan  (904) 359-4770  larry.hannan@jacksonville.com             Marissa Alexander can remain free on bond, but                      judge clearly upset with home-detention supervisor A Jacksonville judge has ruled…

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  • SHAKESPEARE’S ROMEO, SEXUAL OFFENDER?

    What do these laws mean for teens?  Linda Lowen {About.com} writes, "You Say Boyfriend - Some States Say Child Molester."  When Shakespeare brought Romeo and Juliet to life, he was intentional in choosing two young characters as his protagonists.  Then as now, two teens having consensual sex is understandable.  But an adult molesting a child…

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  • SHAKESPEARE'S ROMEO, SEXUAL OFFENDER?

    What do these laws mean for teens? Linda Lowen {About.com} writes, "You Say Boyfriend - Some States Say Child Molester." When Shakespeare brought Romeo and Juliet to life, he was intentional in choosing two young characters as his protagonists. Then as now, two teens having consensual sex is understandable. But an adult molesting a child…

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  • INMATE VISITATION SUSPENDED INDEFINITELY

    Yes, you heard it right.  If you are incarcerated in the state of Florida, your visitation privileges can be suspended indefinitely.  Doesn't matter if you're married, in a relationship, have children or just a long, lost friend, visitation is considered a privilege and can be denied accordingly.  Although extensive studies have shown that family support…

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  • SEXUAL OFFENDER OR SEXUAL PREDATOR?

    Many wonder if there is any distinct difference between a sexual predator and a sexual offender.  The answer is a resounding YES.   Wikipedia defines a sex offender (also sexual offender, sex abuser or sexual abuser) as a person who committed a sex crime, although what constitutes a sex crime differs by culture and by legal…

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  • INMATES & CHILD SUPPORT

    The thought of insurmountable child support that continues to accrue during years of incarceration can suck the joy clean out of the hope of going home to a fresh start.  Neither imprisonment nor parole ends a court order to pay child support and a newly released parent will usually not have the means or ability to finance…

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  • INMATES & CHILD SUPPORT

    Thethought of insurmountable child support that continues to accrue during years of incarceration can suck the joy clean out of the hope of going home to a fresh start. Neither imprisonmentnor parole ends a court order to pay child support and a newly released parent will usually not have the means or ability to finance…

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  • INMATES & CHILD SUPPORT

    Thethought of insurmountable child support that continues to accrue during years of incarceration can suck the joy clean out of the hope of going home to a fresh start. Neither imprisonmentnor parole ends a court order to pay child support and a newly released parent will usually not have the means or ability to finance…

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  • Relief for teen sexual offenders

    There is relief under the Romeo and Juliet Law for those convicted of sexual offenses when the age difference between consensual partners is 4 years or less. The Romeo and Juliet Law, passed in 2007, Florida Statute 943.04354 (Title XLVII Criminal Procedures and Corrections), addresses the removal of the requirement to register as a sexual offender…

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