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Traffic Violations And Florida Arrests

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If you are pulled over in Florida and receive a ticket, what type of traffic ticket you receive will depend on the violation. Both civil and criminal traffic violations are possible. Civil traffic tickets typically result in fines. Points are also a civil ticket penalty. All of this and more could occur if you… Read More »

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Preparing For A Florida ALR Hearing

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Your Florida arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) will likely lead down two paths. One is criminal, because drunk driving is illegal there will be fines and possible incarceration if you are convicted. And the second path is in the form of vehicle sanctions, meaning it could result in you losing your license…. Read More »

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What If I’m Being Investigated For Embezzlement?

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Embezzlement charges in Florida, or anywhere in the United States, need to be taken seriously. If you believe you are being investigated for embezzlement, and suspect you will soon be charged, you need to connect with an attorney as soon as possible. It is crucial you understand exactly what the charges are and how… Read More »

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Florida Minors And DUI Charges

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Minor DUIs fall under zero tolerance policy rules in the state of Florida. Driving under the influence in these situations is zero tolerance because it is illegal to drink alcohol if you are under 21 years old. If you are operating a motor vehicle, be it a motorcycle, car, or boat, and have a… Read More »

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Driving Drunk In Florida And Child Endangerment

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If there are minors in a vehicle when a person is pulled over for driving under the influence (DUI) in Florida, the penalties following a conviction can be severe. This is because there are enhanced consequences in place to help protect passengers who are minors, under the age of 18. Beyond the enhanced DUI… Read More »

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Do You Believe You Received Ineffective Counsel?

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Criminal charges are extremely stressful, and if you aren’t a lawyer how can you be sure your lawyer is defending you effectively? If you have evidence that your defense lawyer was ineffective, you could challenge the outcome of your conviction. After all, you have a right to a criminal defense lawyer according to your… Read More »

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Florida Law Prohibits Open Containers In Cars

By King Law Group |

There are open container laws in many, but not all, U.S. states. An open container law is a rule that prohibits people in motor vehicles from having open containers of alcohol. In Florida, these rules are true for moving cars and cars that are parked. The language of the laws and their penalties vary… Read More »

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What If I Fail A Florida Sobriety Test?

By King Law Group |

Failing a sobriety test can lead to criminal penalties and suspension of your driver’s license. Losing a license can be a significant loss if you rely on your car to work and manage your personal life. How long the suspension will last will depend on the situation. If you have past DUIs that will… Read More »

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Police Brutality And Misconduct In FL

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When misconduct is carried out by Florida police officers, it could be a form of police brutality. Holding liable parties accountable is essential as brutality and misconduct by law enforcement is a violation of a person’s civil rights. Securing public safety is the job of police officers, they have a responsibility to do this… Read More »

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Consequences For A First Offense DUI In Florida

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Drunk driving carries penalties in Florida and around the country. This is a reality even if you have never been pulled over and charged with a driving under the influence (DUI) charge before. First offenses can lead to suspended licenses, fines, jail time, and more. Consequences can be enhanced for first offenders who have… Read More »

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