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How to Get Your Driver’s License Restored in Sarasota

16.10.2018 in Traffic Violations

Having your driver’s license revoked in Sarasota can be a major inconvenience in your life. Using public transportation or rideshares every day can cause you financial issues. If public transportation is not an option, you may have to miss work or social engagements. Luckily, under…

Florida Needs Sentencing Reform in Drug Cases

28.02.2018 in Criminal Defense, Drugs

According to an investigation by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, the war on drugs is disproportionately affecting Florida’s citizens of color. For example, African-Americans convicted of drug offenses involving mandatory minimum sentences spend 39 percent more time behind bars than others with similar criminal profiles. African-Americans convicted…

Is a DUI a Felony or Misdemeanor in Florida?

31.07.2017 in DUI

The laws surrounding the crime of driving under the influence (DUI) can be confusing in Florida, and if you have been charged, you may be wondering whether the crime will be classified as a misdemeanor or a felony. In most cases, this depends on the…

Internet Crimes in Florida

21.06.2017 in Criminal Defense

Whether it involves hacking into a personal device or selling trade secrets, internet crimes have the potential to cause immense devastation. With computers being the main tools for storing documentation in current times, accessing digital information only requires the internet and very specific technical skills….

Do I Have to Consent to a Warrantless Search?

24.05.2017 in Criminal Defense

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution ensures that citizens are protected from unreasonable searches and seizures. Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about the definition of an unreasonable search. Police are able to conduct warrantless searches in many circumstances. However, if you believe that…

Red Light Cameras in Sarasota

18.04.2017 in Criminal Defense, Traffic Violations

According to the Sarasota Police Department, there are 20 active red light cameras around the city. Red light cameras are high-resolution, high-speed cameras installed at intersections with stoplights. These cameras are automatically triggered to take photos when a vehicle goes through an intersection while its…