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Recent Posts in Drug Crimes Category

  • Marijuana Law: Changing Climate in Florida

    As more and more states are changing their standing on recreational marijuana, it is no surprise that citizens and tourists are finding difficulty being clear on the laws. As we are nearing 2020, it appears that Florida is on the way to legalizing recreational, adult-use marijuana, but our state is not quite there yet. If you are living in Florida or are travelling through, you need to know that ...
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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Heroin an "Epidemic" in 2016

    Despite the long-fought “war on drugs” commissioned by lawmakers over the past several decades, it appears that overdose deaths, especially those involving heroin, are increasing. According to reports from the National Institute on Drug Abuse , annual heroin overdoses have been increasing at a rapid rate every year since 2010, with nearly 12,000 deaths related to heroin overdoses being recorded in ...
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