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July 2019 Archives

WWE star Jimmy Uso charged with drunk driving

In the early morning hours of a recent Thursday, an off-duty officer traveling along Interstate 10 noticed a vehicle speeding at more than 100 mph while weaving in and out of his lane. The Florida officer suspected a case of drunk driving and reported it to the county's sheriff's office. Deputies were informed that the driver pulled into a parking lot, but left before deputies arrived.

Drug charges: Many unanswered questions about CBD and hemp

On July 1, it became legal in Florida to use CBD and hemp products that contain small amounts of Tetrahydrocannabinol, generally referred to as THC. It is the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis. The language of the legislation sets the maximum limit of THC at .3 %, but law enforcement has no way to determine the percentage of THC in these products. Until it can be accurately measured, people who committed no crimes might face drug charges.

Drinking laws college students need to know

School will be starting again soon, which means college students will be back in the watchful eye of local law enforcement and campus discipline. It is important to know relevant laws to avoid getting into trouble that can cause you to lose scholarships, extracurricular privileges and even enrollment.

Is your child facing juvenile crimes charges?

When parents in Florida learn that their teenage child is arrested and accused of taking part in criminal activities, they will naturally be concerned. They will likely have questions about the law and the proceedings that will follow. They might find comfort in learning that, when the Florida justice system deals with juvenile crimes, the aim is to rehabilitate instead of punish the children. This is a collaboration between juvenile courts, law enforcement, defense attorneys and prosecutors, along with the Florida Department of Children and Families.

Florida man faces drunk driving charges after fatal crash

A 38-year-old Florida man was arrested following a fatal car accident in May. He faces drunk driving charges along with property damage and child neglect. A crash report states that the man disregarded a stop sign on May 19, and crashed into an SUV that was in the intersection at the time.

Being under the influence of alcohol could mean trouble

With summer break in full swing, it might be a good idea for students who are spending time in Florida to become familiar with the state's alcohol laws. Being under the influence of alcohol under some circumstances in the Sunshine State might put them on the wrong side of the law. Even working as a server in an establishment that serves alcohol could mean trouble.

Tips for getting medical care after a car accident

If you sustain an injury in a car accident, you are not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Americans stay in the hospital for a total of one million days every year from accident injuries. Whether you go to the emergency room, visit an urgent care office or see your primary care physician, getting medical attention after a collision is crucial. 

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