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Blog Posts in September, 2012

  • 17-Sep-2012

    Florida Laws Regarding Video Voyeurism

    Video Voyeurism is the crime of setting up a video camera to capture people dressing, undressing, or exposing their private parts without their knowledge in a place where the victims would have reason to believe that they are entitled to privacy. ...
  • 11-Sep-2012

    Football Season Leads to Loyal Fan Violence

    Some people tend to take sports too far, as was evidenced in Palm Beach, Florida this week. With the advent of the 2012-2013 football season, many men and women are getting out their team jerseys and organizing Monday night football parties so that ...


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