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December 2017 Archives

Florida man faces DUI charges after allegedly causing crash

Charges of impaired driving in Florida are best taken seriously. The consequences of DUI convictions can be severe and life-changing. Along with stiff fines, loss of driving privileges and license suspension, an accused driver may face jail time and end up with a permanent criminal record. A man who was recently arrested after allegedly causing a crash with injuries will likely explore the available options of defense.

Tainting teachers' smoothies -- criminal mischief or not?

Teachers at a middle school in Florida have had two incidents in which students poured chemical substances into their smoothies. The three students that were allegedly involved have been suspended, and their enrollments at the school have been canceled. Authorities are still figuring out whether these were acts of criminal mischief or more serious juvenile crimes.

Start the year with a good DUI defense

The start of a brand-new year in Fort Myers is often when people say goodbye to bad habits and start anew. There is nothing wrong with celebrating the opportunity to start over with a party. But when alcohol and driving are also involved, the beginning of a new year could mean fighting a DUI charge

Man's arrest follows alleged use of recreational drugs

A man in Florida was taken into custody after reportedly committing a drug crime and neglecting a child. His arrest came after authorities said a toddler, 2, ended up testing positive for cocaine. However, anyone facing charges related to recreational drugs, such as cocaine, cannot be convicted unless prosecutors can prove these charges beyond a reasonable doubt.

Drug crimes: What constitutes an unlawful arrest?

Any person who is unfamiliar with criminal law procedures in Florida may not know his or her constitutional rights during a search or arrest. The criminal justice process usually starts with an arrest, whether for alleged drug crimes or other criminal offenses. This is the process that involves a police officer exercising his or her authority over a suspect, and that person's submission -- voluntary or involuntary.

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