Nobody likes to see those flashing blue and white lights in their rear-view mirror. Even if you’ve done nothing wrong, it’s not always easy to remain calm and collected during a police stop. This is especially true if you’ve had a few drinks and you’re not sure if your blood/breath alcohol content (“BAC”) is over […]
In the state of Florida, a DUI can be prosecuted as a misdemeanor or a felony. If you were arrested for DUI, several factors will determine whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony charges. These include your DUI history and whether you caused an accident that seriously injured or killed another person.
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A conviction for driving under the influence in Florida can have life-changing consequences – especially if this is not your first offense. Depending on your past DUI record, you could face third-degree felony charges, which come with a maximum fine of $5,000 and up to five years in prison even if there are no injuries […]
In most situations, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles can find out if you were convicted of a DUI or other traffic offense in another state. As a result, Florida would honor the sentence you received in that state as if it was committed within Florida’s borders. Likewise, even if you are […]
Anyone who has been convicted of DUI in Florida knows that the consequences are severe. Nobody should have to endure the jail time, license suspension, fines and other penalties without substantial evidence that he or she was in fact breaking the law.