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Florida Crimes

There are many common Florida crimes. Florida crimes include grand theft, possession of controlled substances, DUI, battery, etc.  Joe Bodiford always says that pretty much everything is illegal in Florida, based on the amount of criminal statutes there are on the books.  Joe has defended people charged with just about every Florida crime. His experience is vast. Put his experience to work for you.  Florida crime lawyer Joe Bodiford is objectifiably the most experienced criminal defense attorney in Tallahassee.

Below is the list, with a link to the actual Florida criminal statute.

Aggravated Assault – Florida Statute 784.021

Aggravated Battery – Florida Statute 784.045

Assault/Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer – Florida Statute 784.07

Battery – Florida Statute 784.03

Battery on an Elderly Person – Florida Statute 784.08

Burglary – Florida Statute 810.02

Carrying a Concealed Weapon – Florida Statute 790.01

Criminal Mischief

Criminal Use of Personal Identification

Dealing in Stolen Property

Driving Under the Influence

Driving While License Suspended or Revoked (DLWS or DWLSR)

Grand Theft

Evidence Tampering

Failure of Sexual Offender to Report

Failure to Appear

Failure to Return Rental Property

False Imprisonment

False Information to a Pawnbroker

Felon in Possession of a Firearm

Felony Battery

Fleeing to Elude

Fraud/Scheme to Defraud

Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card

Introduction of Contraband into Correctional Facility (Jail or Prison)

Petit Theft

Possession of Burglary Tools

Possession of Child Pornography

Possession of Controlled Substances

Resisting Arrest with Violence


Sale, Manufacturing, or Delivery of Controlled Substances

Throwing a Deadly Missile


Unlawful Use of Two-Way Communication Device

Uttering Forged Bills

Uttering Forged Instrument