What Are Florida’s Various Courts?

Courts in Florida are divided into county courts, administrative courts, circuit courts, district courts of appeal, and the Florida Supreme Court. Trials are held in county courts, administrative courts, and circuit courts. If a party believes a trial court decided a case in error, the party may ask that the case be reviewed by a…

Sexual Cyberharassment

In 2015, Florida became the 16th state to enact a law criminalizing the posting of sexually explicit images of other people without their consent.[1]  The image posted must be one in which the depicted person had a reasonable expectation of privacy and that was published or disseminated for no legitimate purpose, with the intent of…

How Do You Register?

The easiest and fastest way for a man who has a valid social security number to register is online. Registration may also be done at most high schools or any United States Post Office. For more information and for males who have a social security number and wish to register online, please visit www.sss.gov. Currently,…

Who Must Register?

All male U.S. citizens must register with the Selective Service System within 30 days of his 18th birthday. Selective Service may accept a late registration, but not after a man has reached his 26th birthday.  Male immigrants living in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 25 must also register, regardless of their legal…