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Blog Posts in 2017

  • DUI Penalties in Florida

    Being arrested for a DUI can be an overwhelming and intimidating experience, especially if it is your first brush with the law. Many individuals often assume an arrest means they are doomed to a conviction and the resulting penalties, but this is not the case. Many mistakes can be made in the process of an arrest, which is why it is crucial to retain effective legal representation as soon as ...
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  • What is a Hate Crime?

    Hate crimes are considered particularly egregious offenses in the legal system. This type of crime refers to a bias that a perpetrator has against a person of a particular sexual orientation, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, or other social group. Just about any crime committed against a person can be classified as a hate crime if it was committed with some bias. What makes a hate crime ...
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  • Is Driving Under the Influence of Prescription Drugs Illegal?

    Many people associate a DUI charge with alcohol, but don’t realize that illegal and prescription drugs can also impair drivers. Florida law allows a person under the influence of drugs to be charged with a DUI, if they show signs of impairment. These cases can be complex and difficult to prosecute, but they carry the same consequences as an alcohol-related DUI. Prescription drugs can affect your ...
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  • New Florida Laws on Opioids, Cough Syrup Effective on January 1st

    Three new laws in Florida will be effective on January 1 st , 2017. Two of those laws involve accessibility to pharmaceuticals, while the other deals with financial institutions being allowed to establish a venue or agent for services of process. SB 422: Coverage for Opioids There are two kinds of opioid painkiller drug products addressed in this law’s language: abuse-deterrent labels, and those ...
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