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Harmless Halloween Pranks Can Result In Serious Criminal Penalties

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Dressing up in costume and getting bagfuls of candy and other treats is only part of the fun on Halloween. The other part focuses on ‘tricks’, which often take the form of pranks played on friends, neighbors, or others in your community. While these may seem relatively harmless, they can end up causing costly… Read More »

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Violent Crimes Increase During Pandemic

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Concerns over COVID-19 continue to dominate headlines and impact many of our daily activities. Frustration due to pandemic-related restrictions and differing viewpoints regarding how the problem should be handled has resulted in a general overall increase in assaults and other aggressive behaviors. Violent crime rates are up for 2020 and while current issues may… Read More »

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Defenses Against Domestic Violence Charges In Daytona Beach

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Domestic violence in Daytona Beach is a serious crime. In addition to facing heavy fines and a potential jail sentence, the mere accusation of domestic violence could ruin your reputation, result in the loss of your job, home, or other property, and jeopardizes your parental rights in regards to any children you have. If… Read More »

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Drunk Driving Accidents In Daytona Beach: Ways To Protect Yourself

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Despite the aggressive actions of law enforcement officials and the serious penalties drivers face, drunk driving continues to be a major cause of car accidents in Daytona Beach. A nationwide campaign during the month of August calls attention to the dangers and the steps drivers can take to protect themselves and their passengers. Drive… Read More »

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DUI Charges In Daytona Beach: How Much Is Too Much To Drink?

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Drunk driving is a major problem in Daytona Beach. As a result, police are vigilant in patrolling local roads and highways. If you plan on going to a place where you will be drinking, make arrangements for getting home safely. Getting behind the wheel after having any amount of alcohol could result in DUI… Read More »

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Prescription Drugs and DUI

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Some people have a misconception that they cannot be arrested and charged for driving under the influence if their prescription drugs are to blame. They assume that because they have a prescription this somehow gives them license to drive, even if the medication impairs their abilities. Actually, under Florida law, you can receive a… Read More »

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Florida Crime Statistics Show Overall Drop

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There is good news in Florida regarding crime. According to recently published statistics, crime in the state is down around 9%. But as Bay News 9 reported, not all of the numbers were good. Almost 50 Years of Falling Crime Believe it or not, this is the 48th year in a row in which… Read More »

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Boating Under the Influence

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Florida makes operating a boat while under the influence of drugs or alcohol a criminal offense. Nevertheless, each year, many people are stopped doing just that—and sometimes the results are disastrous. One tragic case has been in the news recently. In 2012, Robert Everson and his wife, Wendy, were riding in a dinghy off… Read More »

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Florida DUI and Administrative Suspension

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It is a crime to operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated. If convicted, you could spend time in jail, be fined a sum of money, and have your vehicle impounded. Florida can also revoke your license. But there is also an administrative side to DUI in Florida that many people are unaware of, which… Read More »

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Want to Threaten Harm to Someone? Think Again

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The United States Constitution provides broad protection to freedom of speech. But not all speech is free, and you can’t say anything you want without being punished. In particular, making threats to someone is a crime in Florida, which might surprise people who get into emotional arguments on social media or while texting. If… Read More »

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