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New Florida Law Prohibits Websites from Charging to Remove Criminal Mugshots

Your case may be over and successfully dismissed. But the question now remains: How do I get my mugshot off the internet? For many years, privately-run websites have been taking financial advantage of those with criminal mugshots. It has become common practice for websites that publish mugshots to charge money

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Are Mandatory Minimums for Drug Crimes Really the Best Choice?

On Wednesday, June 14, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed an aggressive law that will implement a new minimum mandatory prison sentence for any person caught with 4 or more grams of the deadly drug fentanyl. According to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, “This legislation was my top priority this session

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Local Attorney Maj Vasigh Serves as Mentor for Student in Need

We all wish that every child in the world could enjoy a simple, happy, and safe childhood that is free from trauma and pain, but sadly, that’s not the way it goes. Too many children, even in our own Tampa community, experience considerable hardships when they are young. This is

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New Leaders Council Tampa Bay Fellow Maj Vasigh Sponsors “Cheers to Progress”

New Leaders Council is an important public charity that serves communities across the country. In the local Tampa Bay area, New Leaders Council is supported by a number of sponsors like Attorney Maj Vasigh, who are dedicated to educating a new generation of leaders and providing those leaders with tools

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Attorney Mah Vasigh Donates to Annual USF Scholarship

The University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida is a large public university that serves nearly 50,000 students, including undergraduate, graduate, specialist, and doctoral level degrees. USF takes many different steps to fulfill its dedication to “student access, learning, and success through a vibrant, interdisciplinary, and learner-centered research environment incorporating

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Attorney Maj Vasigh Supports Local Community with Donation to “Redefining Refuge”

Sexual trafficking is an enormous social issue, even in America, where many people assume that such problems don’t exist. The truth is that far too many women and children have become victims of domestic sex trafficking. In 2012, the International Labor Organization estimated that more than 20 million people are

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