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How Much Does a DUI Lawyer Cost in Florida

Investing in a DUI Attorney Can Positively Impact Your Future If you have been charged with a DUI in Florida, you are facing severe consequences that can affect you, your family, and your future in so many ways. In fact, even first-time offenders who are found guilty can face prison time. Because of the tangible […]

Types of DUI Charges in Florida

DUI Charges in Florida Vary Driving under the influence in Florida is a serious crime, and conviction can have a very real impact.  That said, not all DUIs are the same.  In fact, the charges do vary.  If you have been accused of driving under the influence, understanding the differences is important.  In all aspects […]

How a DUI Impacts Your Driver’s License in Florida

Upon an arrest for DUI in Florida, the law enforcement officer may immediately confiscate your driver’s license. In such cases, you may be issued a temporary driving permit for ten days, and you can challenge the suspension within this period. Your first DUI offense may result in a license revocation for 180 days to one […]

Can You Get a DUI on a Bicycle in Florida?

Florida is known for its beautiful weather, making it an ideal location for outdoor activities such as cycling. However, cyclists should be aware of the state’s DUI laws and the potential consequences of operating a bicycle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In this blog post, we will discuss Florida’s DUI laws as they pertain […]

RIDR “Reducing Impaired Driving Recidivism” Program – what is it? And how can you benefit from it?

Contact UsOver the past years, jurisdictions across Florida have implemented diversion programs benefiting those who are accused of DUI. All of them have one things in common: to reduce recidivism and promote public safety. In March 2018 the State Attorney’s Office in the Thirteenth (13th) Judicial Circuit in Hillsborough County announced the implementation of a […]


Whether it’s speeding, driving while a tag light is out, or some other traffic violation, a police officer in Florida must have a lawful reason to pull someone over, even if suspected of DUI. If an officer does not observe enough improper driving prior to stopping a driver, this can be grounds to have a […]


Did you know that in Florida, if there is an accident, and the DUI suspect is taken to a hospital due to injury, a criminal investigation can be ongoing even if the suspected DUI driver is not arrested?Did you also know that under the appropriate circumstances an officer can start the process to secure a […]

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