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1430 Royal Palm Square Boulevard,
Suite 101, Fort Myers, FL 33919
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September 2019 Archives

How serious is a first DUI offense in Florida?

Drivers in Florida will be sensible to learn about the laws related to driving under the influence of alcohol. It is crucial to understand that even a first time DUI arrest can have severe consequences. However, anyone who is accused of drunk driving is entitled to legal counsel to protect his or her legal rights.

Former teacher awaits sentencing for drug crimes

A 37-year-old former Florida school teacher was recently found guilty by a jury in a case that involved multiple charges related to possession and selling of drugs to students at the middle school where she worked. Reportedly, she could be sentenced to as many as 35 years in prison for various drug crimes. According to court documents, investigations into the alleged crimes commenced in Dec. 2017.

How a DUI may harm your child’s educational plans

Raising good kids in modern society can be challenging for any parent. Fortunately, if you encourage your son or daughter to pursue a college degree, you likely increase the chances of your child's success. Still, a conviction for driving under the influence may derail your teenager’s educational plans. 

Juvenile crimes: Teenager allegedly pays for murder of parents

The parents of a Florida teenager are pressing charges after learning that their daughter planned to pay someone to kill them. The 17-year-old girl was arrested for juvenile crimes and charged with attempted murder. A police affidavit indicates that the teenager planned to pay for the killings with money she allegedly stole from her parents.

Alleged drunk driving costs child protection supervisor her job

Accusations of driving while intoxicated can have devastating consequences for anyone in Florida. Charges of drunk driving are serious, and a conviction can cause the driver to lose his or her driver's license, stiff fines, possible time in jail, along with a criminal record. These charges can even be damaging if no conviction is obtained because employers might react immediately after learning about an employee's arrest.

Fort Myers man accused of weapons and drug crimes

Tips provided to the Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers led to an investigation into the activities of a man from North Fort Myers. The tips implicated the 65-year-old man in drug crimes that involved possession and dealing. The Lee County Sheriff's office responded by launching an investigation into the alleged drug deals by its undercover narcotics unit.

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