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December 2016 Archives

A DUI can crush the holiday season

Some of the biggest parties of the year take place in the month of December. That is when friends, families and co-workers gather in various configurations for holiday celebrations.

How drug courts work

Drug addiction can stem from a variety of causes, including mental or physical illness, psychological trauma and more. Whatever the reason for their drug addiction, people with substance abuse generally need treatment for their addiction, not punishment. For this reason, Florida, along with many other states, has a system of drug courts geared to handle drug-related crime from the point of view of addressing the problems that led to drug addiction, rather than just handing out retribution.

Florida man arrested for boating under the influence of alcohol

Residents of Florida who face alcohol-related charges must, of necessity, focus on their defense options. Accused individuals, especially those who have faced similar charges in the past, may benefit by securing experienced legal counsel to advocate for them. Authorities in Pinellas County recently reported the arrest of a Madeira Beach resident after a boating incident in which the man was allegedly under the influence of alcohol.

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