Close Menu
Gainesville Criminal Defense Lawyer
Free Initial Telephone Consultation. Call Now! 352-505-1799

Recent Blog Posts

Preacher Sentenced to 35 Years for Child Sex Charges

By Law Offices of Gilbert A. Schaffnit |

North Florida preacher Kenneth Adkins was recently sentenced for child sex charges. Adkins was convicted of five counts of child molestation, two counts of aggravated child molestation, and one count of enticing a child. The judge sentenced Adkins to 35 years in prison followed by sex offender probation for the duration of his life…. Read More »

Should You Take A Plea Deal?

By Law Offices of Gilbert A. Schaffnit |

When an individual is charged with a crime, there is often a chance that the prosecutor may offer the accused a plea deal. A plea deal is essentially an agreement between the prosecutor and the defense for the defendant to accept a certain predetermined sentence rather than go to trial. Once the plea deal… Read More »

Registering As Child Porn Offender In Florida

By Law Offices of Gilbert A. Schaffnit |

Florida state law places the protection of children at the forefront of their legislation. One of the means by which this is done is by requiring certain criminal offenders to register with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. This means that individuals convicted of certain sexually related offenses must register with the Florida Department… Read More »

What Is Sexual Battery?

By Law Offices of Gilbert A. Schaffnit |

Sexual battery charges are some of the most serious charges under Florida law. In most cases, sexual battery is commonly referred to as rape and is defined as “sexual penetration without consent”. What may be surprising to people is that most occurrences of sexual battery are not between strangers, but in most instances, it… Read More »


By Law Offices of Gilbert A. Schaffnit |

Our blog is coming soon.

MileMark Media - Practice Growth Solutions

© 2017 Law Offices of Gilbert A. Schaffnit. All rights reserved.
This law firm website is managed by MileMark Media.