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August 2017 Archives

Consequences of a DUI conviction with minors in the vehicle

Drunk driving is bad enough by itself, but when a drunk driver is foung to have children in the vehicle, things get worse. Florida does not take such a violation lightly. Drivers who get behind the wheel with children in the care take responsiblity for those children, but when the driver is drunk, those children are put in immediate danger. According to Guardian Interlock, drunk drivers caught with children in the car are charged with aggravated DUI. This is a more severe charge than a DUI.

Know what qualifies as domestic violence

While many Florida residents are only familiar with the physical form of domestic violence, the truth is that there many different actions that can be considered a type of this kind of abuse. If you have been accused of this crime, you may be wondering whether what you did is actually domestic violence. We at Ian F. Mann can fight for your rights and ensure that you are treated fairly in a court of law.

When medicine, federal law and drug crimes collide

Many Florida residents are glad to know that medical use of marijuana is now allowed in this state. However, a lot of people are confused because they've been told that all possession, sale and use of marijuana remains illegal under federal law. It's a complicated situation that has led to people beings accused of drug crimes on more than one occasion.

How tough are Florida’s DUI license suspension laws?

Florida drivers who are pulled over by a law enforcement officer on suspicion of driving under the influence face serious consequences. This is particularly true for drivers under 21 years of age. As explained by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the first consequence is suspension  of your driver’s license.

Recent news on marijuana charges

Any offense with the word crime involved can seem distressing, even when it involves a minor drug charge such as the possession of marijuana. Florida is one of 30 states that have legalized cannabis either recreationally or medically, but the laws and penalties that are still attached can come with immense consequences.

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