It’s natural for people to automatically assume a person is guilty if news reports indicate that he or she has been charged with a crime in Florida. However, this is far from the truth: An individual is presumed innocent unless prosecutors can prove that he or she is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. The criminal defense is responsible for ensuring that the accused person’s rights are preserved during this process.
One man in Florida recently was arrested on charges that he engaged in voyeurism. Police said the man used a smartphone to record images of the areas underneath women's skirts at a department store. The phone was hidden in the man’s shoe, police reported.