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Monthly Archives: December 2022

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What Happens At Arraignment In A Florida Criminal Case?

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

After being arrested on criminal charges in Florida, one of the first proceedings that takes place in the actual courtroom is the arraignment. The Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure use the term initial appearance, in which you are brought before the judge. This hearing must take place within 24 hours after your arrest if… Read More »

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Common Questions About The Spearin Doctrine Under Florida Construction Law

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Construction specifications are extremely complicated and may sometimes change due to worksite conditions, so they are rarely 100 percent perfect. However, the plans prepared by a design professional should at least provide sufficient, accurate detail to accomplish the intended outcome. You might be surprised at how issues can snowball, but the statistics are revealing:… Read More »

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Attorney Adam Linkhorst Introduces Ken Simonson at the AGC Florida East Coast Chapter Event

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Attorney Adam Linkhorst Introduced Ken Simonson at the AGC Florida East Coast Chapter Event. ¬†Linkhorst & Hockin was a proud Gold Sponsor at the year-end 2023 Construction Outlook Chapter Membership Lunch on December 7th. ¬†The program was full of “relevance, value and opportunity,” which the chapter strives to deliver.

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Understanding Roles Of Participants In Florida Construction Projects

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

There are countless tasks, duties, and rights involved with a typical Florida construction project, and it takes multiple parties to fulfill their end of the bargain to get things through to completion. Definitions in Florida construction laws describe some of these roles, though the legal terminology is usually not as important on the job… Read More »

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