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Little Girl Run Over by Car on Beach in Central Florida

Little Girl Run Over by Car on Beach in Central Florida

A child was run over by a car and killed on Daytona Beach on March 20, 2010. The victim was a 4-year-old girl visiting from...

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Legalization of Marijuana and its Effect on Employment

Legalization of Marijuana and its Effect on Employment

In the 2012 election, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize marijuana for recreational use. The laws allow residents to smoke pot in...

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Is Videotaping the Police an Obstruction of Justice?

Is Videotaping the Police an Obstruction of Justice?

By: Jordan S. Rudin – on behalf of The Umansky Law Firm, Orlando, FL The author of this article is not an attorney and nothing...

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Is It Acceptable to Use Deadly Force to Protect Your Property in Florida?

Is It Acceptable to Use Deadly Force to Protect Your Property in Florida?

Recent studies have revealed that a burglary occurs every 25.7 seconds in the United States. According to the FBI, over two million homes experience a...

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Is Electronic Monitoring of an Inmate Similar to Prison?

Is Electronic Monitoring of an Inmate Similar to Prison?

As celebrities like Harvey Weinstein and political staffers like Paul Manafort are placed under electronic monitoring, the idea of awaiting trial or serving out part...

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Ignition Interlock in Florida: Starting Your Car After a DUI Takes More Than A Key

Ignition Interlock in Florida: Starting Your Car After a DUI Takes More Than A Key

This article was first published March 16th, 2012. Some of the laws may have changed since this that date. A Driving Under the Influence (DUI)...

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“Hunch” Not Enough to Support Orlando Police Swab Test of Driver

“Hunch” Not Enough to Support Orlando Police Swab Test of Driver

An Orlando police officer recently used a Q-Tip to test a motorist for drugs based solely on the hunch that the man had drugs. An internal...

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How Social Media Can Hurt Your Criminal Case in Florida

How Social Media Can Hurt Your Criminal Case in Florida

For many of us, posting on social media is an everyday thing. We communicate freely with friends and family and use it to network professionally...

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How Much Will a Lawyer Cost Me?

How Much Will a Lawyer Cost Me?

The type and severity of the criminal offense play a primary role in what a lawyer will charge to represent you. Below we have listed...

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How Marsy’s Law May Help Crime Victims in Florida

How Marsy’s Law May Help Crime Victims in Florida

On November 6, 2018, Florida voters approved Marsy’s Law. Marsy’s Law, or Amendment 6 as it was called on the ballot, was originally an amendment...

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Little Girl Run Over by Car on Beach in Central Florida
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