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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Opioid Law Reform and Patient Effects

    Has the Change Made Patients Turn to Illegally Obtaining Medicine? The new laws on opioid and other prescription pain killers have made a huge impact on patients’ ability to have consistent, streamlined pain management. Under CS/HB 21 , effective July of 2018, the regulations require doctors to stick to a 3-7 day limit on prescriptions, while patients must return to their doctor’s office for ...
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  • Can a Florida DUI be Pleaded Down to a Wet Reckless?

    If you have been arrested for a DUI in Florida, a conviction can result in serious consequences. You may serve time in jail, your driver’s license may be suspended for an extended period of time, you are subject to costly fines, and your professional and personal reputations may be damaged. However, it may be possible to have your charges reduced to a “wet reckless.” Florida doesn’t prohibit plea ...
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  • What Happens When You Are Arrested in Florida While on Vacation?

    Now that summer has arrived once again, many Americans are embarking on their vacations in order to visit a new town, relax, and have fun. From our beautiful beaches to our famous amusement parks, Orlando remains a go-to vacation spot for people from around the world. However, sometimes individuals can have too much fun. Whether it’s DUI or drug possession , visitors may find themselves in a ...
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  • Thinking of Representing Yourself? Read This First!

    Being in the mix of the criminal justice system can feel daunting with all of the paperwork, trial dates, and the fear of an upcoming sentencing. Before all that, there’s the task of finding the right criminal defense lawyer. Don’t let the legal system take advantage of you. Our Orlando criminal defense lawyers at The Wiseman Law Firm have the knowledge you need to guide you through your upcoming ...
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  • Arrested for a DUI? What You Should Know About Your DMV Hearing

    If you’ve been arrested for a DUI in Florida, you need to act immediately to protect your driver’s license. You have 10 days after your arrest to request a formal review hearing to contest the administrative suspension of your driver’s license. If you do not fight this suspension, you will lose your driver’s license, even if you win your criminal trial. What Happens at a DMV Hearing? A formal ...
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