Attorney General's Weekly Briefing
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Oct. 5, 2018
This week, I hosted Florida’s 2018 Human Trafficking Summit bringing together local, state and national leaders in the fight to eradicate trafficking. Hundreds of Floridians dedicated to this fight attended the one-day ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 28, 2018
Under the Florida Information Protection Act, Florida residents are supposed to be notified if they are a victim of a data breach within 30 days. Given how expansive and complex our use of cyber platforms have become, ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 21, 2018
No matter how big or small the target is, identity theft is a devastating crime that can leave individuals and families with heavy financial hardships. Understandably, victims can experience high levels of anxiety and ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 14, 2018
As we continue to fight the National Opioid Crisis claiming lives in Florida, my Office of Statewide Prosecution remains steadfast in its resolve to stop drug trafficking. Recently, working with the State Attorney’s ... [Read Briefing]
Sept. 7, 2018
This week, Florida encountered its first threatening storm system of hurricane season, with Tropical Storm Gordon forming over the Florida Keys and making landfall west of the Alabama-Mississippi border. While the storm ... [Read Briefing]
Aug. 31, 2018
Horror unfolded in a Jacksonville pizzeria last Sunday. While gamers competed in a video game tournament, one contestant took out a weapon and began firing at competitors. The attack ended in a matter of minutes leaving ... [Read Briefing]
Aug. 24, 2018
Last Sunday, Clay County Deputy Ben Zirbel sustained critical injuries from a motorcycle accident. Just three days later, we learned that he passed away from those injuries. Every time I hear about a brave law ... [Read Briefing]
August 17, 2018
August is a busy month for Florida families, as children head back to school and summer break comes to an end. It is also a month dedicated to child safety awareness. Students across our state, this month, will board ... [Read Briefing]
Aug. 10, 2018
Many Florida students head back to school next week marking the start of a new academic year. This can be an exciting time for students. It can also be a stressful time. Students often feel pressure to fit in. ... [Read Briefing]
August 03, 2018
This week, we continue to mourn the loss of Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller of the Fort Myers Police Department. Officer Jobbers-Miller lost his life Saturday, a week after being shot by a monster while on duty. He ... [Read Briefing]
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