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I've Been Arrested for DUI in Broward County. Now What Do I Do?

If you've been arrested for DUI in Broward County, you'll have several options available to you in court. Unfortunately, pre-trial diversion is not one of them, at least not yet.

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What to Expect from Court-Ordered DUI Treatment

DUI is a criminal offense, and anyone convicted of the crime faces an assortment of penalties.

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Legalization of Hemp & It's Implications on Probable Cause to Search Based on Odor

The odor of marijuana emanating from a person or from a driver's vehicle has long been a legal reason for an officer to conduct a search of that person or his or her vehicle.

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What Is Pre-Trial Diversion? Am I Eligible?

Many jurisdictions offer pre-trial diversion programs that are designed to help first-offenders charged with non-violent crimes to rehabilitate and avoid a criminal record.

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I Blew Over the Legal Limit. Can I Still Win?

Just because you blew over the legal limit doesn't mean you'll be convicted at trial. For example, take the 'absorption/elimination' defense.

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Arrested for DUI Outside of Florida? Driver's License Implications

If you're a Florida driver's license holder, and you get arrested for DUI in another state, your driver's license might be at risk. The key word here is,'might.'

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DUI Drugs. What You Need to Know

One of the problems law enforcement and prosecutors have to overcome when prosecuting DUI drug offenses is being able to tie alleged drug consumption with impairment at the time of driving.

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I Am Looking at Some Jail Time. Can I Get House Arrest Instead? Golburgh Law Explains

House arrest, officially titled, "Community Control," is a more restrictive form of probation authorized by Florida Statutes Section 948.10.

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I Was Arrested for DUI. Do I Need a Lawyer? Three Factors to Consider

Not everyone who's been arrested for DUI needs a lawyer. It depends on a few different factors. The first one is your objective. For example, will a conviction bring jail time, and do you care?

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Ignition Interlock Device: What Is It and Who Has to Have It?

The ignition interlock device, or IID, is a breath alcohol measuring device that is connected to the ignition system in your car.

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