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GPS Monitoring Before Conviction
GPS Monitoring Before Conviction

In St. Johns County, a person accused of a misdemeanor domestic violence or a related offense may be required to wear a GPS monitor upon their release from jail and before they are found guilty of any crime. Not only is that person’s every move tracked, but he or she will ...

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Blog posts in Criminal Defense

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    For more than three decades, St. Augustine Criminal Defense Attorney Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. has been accepting some of the most complicated and high ...

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    There are a number of seemingly innocuous actions that can lead to a traffic stop. A crack in your windshield, window tint that is a shade too dark, ...

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  • They Never Read Me My Rights!

    Many of our prospective clients tell us that the arresting officer never "read me my rights" and believe that the officer's failure may help their ...

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  • Due Process and Confidential Informants

    A confidential informant (also known as a 'CI') is usually a citizen that works for the police to investigate criminal activity. Law enforcement ...

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  • 70-Year Old Murder Case Re-Opened & Overturned

    In 1944, George Stinney Jr. became the youngest person executed in the U.S. in the 20 th century. Stinney was just 14 years old when he was found ...

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    The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution allows the American people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against ...

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  • Second Thoughts After a Plea in Florida

    Many people that have been sentenced have second thoughts after entering a guilty or no contest plea. Most often, accused persons accept plea bargains ...

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  • Florida Highway Patrol Educates Drivers About "Move Over" Law

    At the beginning of 2014, the Florida Highway Patrol launched a month-long initiative to educate drivers about the state's "Move Over" law. The ...

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  • Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. Attends "Death is Different" Seminar in Orlando

    When the death penalty could be imposed upon a defendant, the criminal lawyer who represents them carries a heavy burden and often has many challenges ...

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