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30Aug 2019

Refusing A Blood Draw With A Search Warrant Can Lead To Additional Charges

More than ever, as a society, we are all very conscious about the fact that we should have control over our bodies, especially with regards to the State. However, there are some cases where the cost of standing by one's belief can cause significant legal troubles.One such case is that of a blood draw which has been ordered via a search warrant. You may be able to refuse a...

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30Aug 2019

What Could Cause You To Violate A Restraining Order?

If you have ever been issued a restraining order, there are some things you need to know. Most importantly, it is important to know what not to do, so you avoid additional legal problems.Among the actions which you should avoid if you have a restraining order against you are the following:Refusing to leave the residence where the petitioner livesVisiting or being within 500 feet of the petitioner's residenceVisiting...

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30Aug 2019

Florida Offers Community Control Sentence In Place Of Incarceration For Some Felony Convictions

Florida is offering a program to some of those convicted of felonies. The program allows the offender to stay at home and work under very controlled circumstances instead of being incarcerated in a jail or prison. If you are offered this program you have to provide a schedule of your upcoming week and also provide an hour-by-hour recap of your previous week's activities. Also, travel is limited to 1/2 hour...

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29Jul 2019

Videotaping By Police Does Not Tell All

If you are stopped by the police and suspected of DUI, bodycams, and dashcams used by the police do not tell the whole story, especially to a jury. With the advent of videotaping by the police with both body and dash cams, many people believe that everything on video is certain to help convict them. Just because you may have had an arrest, interview or field sobriety tests recorded...

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29Jul 2019

Most People Don't Think They Will Get Caught Driving High

Though society seems to be unanimous in regarding driving drunk as a really bad thing, the same cannot be said for driving high. In a recent study, seventy percent of respondents stated that it would be unlikely for someone to be caught driving under the influence of marijuana. Another revelation of the study is that people are actually driving high. An astonishing 14.8 million people responded that they had...

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