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Driving on a Suspended License

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Many of our clients lose their licenses, for one reason or another. This creates an enormous inconvenience. People rely on their vehicles to get to them to school, work, and the grocery store. Without the ability to drive, many people have to rely on public transportation, which isn’t ideal, to say the least. If… Read More »

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Florida’s Assault Laws

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Assault is a crime in Florida, and anyone convicted can expect to have a criminal record and all the fallout that entails. At Bundza & Rodriguez, our criminal defense attorneys have handled many assault cases, and we know how to attack the state’s case. Assault Defined Florida’s criminal assault law is found in statute… Read More »

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Prostitution Sting Nabs 4 Men in Daytona Beach

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The solicitation of prostitution is a serious crime in Florida, and one that can guarantee embarrassing press coverage for those caught in the act. The Daytona Beach News-Journal recently reported on a sting where four men solicited sex from an undercover cop—and ended up having their mug shots splashed across the Internet. A Busy… Read More »

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Convicted of a Crime? You Might Lose Your Civil Rights

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Many of our clients contact us after speaking to the police or getting arrested, and their primary concern is to avoid prison. However, there are many negative consequences of being convicted as a felon in Florida, and losing your civil rights are some of the worst. If you have been accused of a felony,… Read More »

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Florida Criminalizes Electronic Threats

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With school shootings in the news, many school officials are cracking down on electronic threats. To the student who writes them, these threats might be harmless fun. However, many Florida statutes criminalize making threats using electronic communications. If you or your child has been arrested for making an electronic threat, you need an experienced… Read More »

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Following the Conditions of Your Probation

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Although many criminal convictions could result in jail time, the fact is that most people don’t see a jail or prison. Instead, they are put on probation. Probation is an excellent alternative to jail, but you must be sure to follow all of the conditions a judge imposes on you. If you don’t, you… Read More »

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Can I Lose a Job Because of a Criminal Conviction?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

At Bundza & Rodriguez, we meet with clients every week who are worried about how a criminal charge will affect them. In particular, they are worried about whether a conviction will impact their ability to get a job, or to even keep their current job. Unfortunately, employers who find out about criminal convictions face… Read More »

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The Fifth Amendment: Does it Protect You?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Breaking news that President Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen is “pleading the Fifth” is a timely reminder that, whatever you think of President Trump, criminal suspects have important Constitutional rights that they should be aware of. In particular, the Fifth Amendment gives you the right not to incriminate yourself. By pleading the Fifth, you force… Read More »

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On Driving Under the Influence of Legal and Barely Legal Drugs in Florida

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

It is easy to assume that DUI in Florida means driving under the influence of alcohol, but in fact that is only part of what Florida’s DUI laws cover. One of the earliest steps toward getting a driver’s license test in Florida, before you even take the test on traffic laws to get your… Read More »

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When Should You Plead No Contest in Florida?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

While you are driving, a police officer pulls you over and tells you that your brake light is not working. He advises you to get your light fixed and bring evidence of the repair, such as a receipt from a mechanic or a picture of the car with the light working, to traffic court,… Read More »

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