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How Accurate Are Breathalyzers, Anyway?

If you have been charged with a DUI, make sure the breathalyzer was accurate. Contact us today!

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Can I Seal or Expunge My Record in Florida?

If you have been charged with a criminal offense, you may be able to expunge your records. Contact us today!

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Are DUI Checkpoints Even Legal?

As you drive home from an entertaining dinner with friends, you see the telltale flashing lights and signs indicating, “DUI checkpoint ahead.” Even though you had only one glass of wine, your heart jumps into your chest.

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Unanticipated Costs of A DUI Conviction

Anyone who's given any thought to the costs of being arrested and convicted of DUI knows that there will be fines, court costs, DUI school, probation, even jail time, and of course, attorney's fees.

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Under the Influence: Drugs versus Drinks

You might be surprised by the number of times someone tells me, “I can't be DUI because I wasn't drunk, just on Xanax, which was prescribed by my doctor.”

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Determining Your Blood Alcohol Content

We all know that .08 is the legal limit, but most people don't know what it takes to get there. Weight and gender are factors that affect blood alcohol content (BAC), but there are many other factors that affect it too.

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Florida DUI : What Are My Options?

If you have been charged with a DUI, you are undoubtedly asking, “What are my options?” You've already made an important choice by researching qualified DUI lawyers.

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5 Vital Steps After Receiving a DUI

You have been charged with a DUI. After the initial shock wears off, you ask yourself, “What do I do now?” Great question. There are 5 vital steps to take if you are charged with a DUI.

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Standardized Field Sobriety Tests

In Florida, when a police officer suspects that you might be driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol...

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Right to Remain Silent

The phrase is so familiar, most Americans can recite it: “You have the right to remain silent.” It's the first line in the standard Miranda warnings, and it's followed by another familiar phrase...

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