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Walking Without a Driver’s License Is Not a Crime: Beware of Abusive Traffic Stops on Pedestrians

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

No one likes to get pulled over while driving. The best-case scenario is that it just makes you take longer than normal to get where you are going. If you are not so lucky, you could end up with a traffic ticket. The worst-case scenario, though, is that you end up in a mess… Read More »

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Daytona Beach Drug Court: Should You Go?

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Society’s understanding of addiction has evolved greatly in recent decades. Florida’s legal system has made efforts to act in accordance with the currently prevailing medical belief that addiction is a treatable illness. Florida’s drug courts acknowledge that many drug crimes are a symptom of a larger problem. They aim to treat the underlying problem,… Read More »

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In Florida, It Is Still Illegal Not to Disclose Your HIV Status to Partners

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It has been less than 40 years since a physician first described the disease that would become known as AIDS, but treatment and prevention of HIV-related illnesses have advanced by leaps and bounds. In 2017, if a young adult newly diagnosed with HIV in the United States has access to adequate medical care, he… Read More »

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Cannabis Laws in Florida: What Is Legal and What Is Not

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It is an understatement to say that Florida has a thriving culture of cannabis appreciation. Pot leaf T-shirts have been a top selling item at Florida mall kiosks since the early 90s, when albums where Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre praised the mellow green plant dominated the charts. Although almost all states have amended… Read More »

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The Constitutional Rights of Defendants in Criminal Cases

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The United States Declaration of Independence declares that “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” are “unalienable rights.” The legal system in the United States takes it as a given that taking away someone’s liberty, that is, sentencing someone to time in a prison or jail, is not something to be taken lightly. In… Read More »

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You Can Plead Insanity in Florida, but Should You?

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When you hear the word “insanity,” it probably calls to mind fantastical images, most of them belonging to bygone times. Do you think of the frail Salieri, housed in what is practically a cage, in the opening scene of Amadeus? Do you think of the ravings of the unreliable narrators whose deranged thoughts flowed… Read More »

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