Determining Competence to Stand Trial Breakdown

The concept of competence to stand trial is crucial to ensuring that criminal proceedings are fair and just. A defendant must be mentally competent to stand trial, meaning they must possess a rational and factual understanding of the proceedings against them and have the ability [Read more]

Mitigating Factors at Sentencing Cases

When a person is convicted of a crime, the judge has a range of sentencing options available. The final sentencing decision may consider variables such as mitigating circumstances that may reduce the severity of the punishment. This article will explore what mitigating factors are, their [Read more]

Mitigation of Penalty Evaluation

The consequences of a conviction can be severe, particularly in cases where years of imprisonment are a potential outcome. A mitigation of penalty evaluation, conducted by a qualified forensic psychologist, presents factors that the courts may take into consideration at the time of setting a [Read more]

What Happens in a Forensic Psychological Evaluation?

Forensic psychological evaluations play a crucial role in various legal contexts. If you are involved in a legal case or require a psychological evaluation for legal purposes, it is valuable to understand what the process involves. Florida Forensic Psychology, a leading practice made up of [Read more]

Difference Between Trauma and PTSD

Trauma and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, while related, are distinct in their nature and impact. It is important to note that not everyone who experiences trauma will develop PTSD. Florida Forensic Psychology, known for providing expert evaluations, testimony, and consultations in criminal, civil, and immigration cases, [Read more]

For more than 15 years, our forensic and clinical psychologists have provided expert evaluations, testimony, and consultations in criminal, civil, and immigration cases.

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