Jacksonville Juveniles Involved in Fight at Duval County High School

As a Jacksonville juvenile criminal lawyer, I have represented children charged with fighting and affray in Jacksonville.  I have represented teenagers facing Jacksonville assault and battery charges.  In some cases, children are disciplined only through the school system.  Other times, they … Continue reading

Self Defense for Jacksonville Misdemeanor Battery Case

Last month, 26-year-old Christopher Hoffman was tried in Duval County for the murder of 19-year-old Ryan Ford.  At the trial, the prosecution argued that Hoffman was “responsible for the beating death of Ryan Ford at a bonfire party on private … Continue reading

Florida Domestic Battery Law and Definitions

If you were charged with domestic battery in Jacksonville, you were likely charged under Florida Statute Section 784.03.  This is also the Florida battery law that is used for simple battery cases.  Section 784.03 reads: (1)(a) The offense of battery occurs … Continue reading

Resisting an Officer and Disorderly Conduct Charges During Jacksonville Protest

The majority of the time, a protest is a peaceful demonstration.  If the protest gets out of hand, it may result in violence.  For instance, Jacksonville fighting and affray charges may arise if two groups become violent with each other.  … Continue reading