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When Being Drunk Becomes a Crime in Florida: Disorderly Intoxication

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Once you are 21 years old, you have the privilege to purchase and enjoy alcohol whether in your home, at a party, or at a bar or restaurant. However, there are limits to this privilege under Florida law. If law enforcement officers encounter you when you are intoxicated in public, you may be committing… Read More »

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Landlords May be Responsible for Negligent Security

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When you walk around the common areas of your apartment complex, or you visit a friend, you expect to be safe. You assume your landlord has taken measures to ensure strangers are not walking around your apartment building or the outside areas. Or, if strangers do have access to the common areas of your… Read More »

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Driver at Fault in Fatal Orlando Crash Arrested in May

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Authorities announced in May that the driver responsible for a deadly Valentine’s Day crash in Orlando has been arrested. A 22-year-old man has been arrested and charged with multiple offenses for crashing his Honda Civic into a Pontiac, killing the Pontiac’s two occupants at the scene. According to witnesses, the man was waving an… Read More »

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Were You Injured at a Pool?

By Salazar & Kelly |

In Florida, landowners, or the parties that occupy and take care of the land, must keep it safe for you and other guests. This encompasses all parts of land, including the ground, walkways, parking lots, play areas, and the inside and outside of buildings. This is known as premises liability law, and the specific… Read More »

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Expungement in Florida

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In certain circumstances, you may be able to ask the court to remove a certain record from your criminal history. Expungement, also known as expunction, is the process of destroying a record. It is different than having a record sealed, which means it still exists, it is just not available to the public. Obtaining… Read More »

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Expungement of Juvenile Offenses in Florida

By Salazar & Kelly |

It is all too easy for teenagers to stray from the safe path of working hard in school and spending time with their families. Due to peer pressure, trouble at home, mental health issues, or any number of other factors, adolescents may put their energy into drugs, alcohol, skipping school, staying out late, shoplifting,… Read More »

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Heroin Possession in Florida

By Salazar & Kelly |

Under Florida law, heroin is a Schedule I drug. This means lawmakers consider it to have a high potential for abuse while also having no currently accepted medical use in the U.S. As a Schedule I drug, manufacturing, transporting, selling, possessing and using heroin is entirely illegal throughout the state (and the country). If… Read More »

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Your Rights After a Slip and Fall

By Salazar & Kelly |

When you go for a run on your city’s bike path or shop at the store, you expect the environment to be relatively safe. It may not be perfect; to be sure, there may be cracks in the pavement or crumbs on the ground, but nothing that could cause you harm. However, your expectations… Read More »

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Florida Drug Paraphernalia Charges

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Did you know you could be arrested and charged with a drug offense without being in possession of any controlled substances? Under Florida law, you can be charged with an offense for actually or constructively possessing drug paraphernalia. This includes all manner of objects, with or without drug residue, that the police or prosecutors… Read More »

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Violent Crimes in Vehicles

By Salazar & Kelly |

Cars are part of our everyday lives. Most adults have a driver’s license and drive their own vehicles on a daily basis. Even when someone does not own a car, they may routinely be behind the wheel of friends and family member’s vehicles or rental cars. It should come as no surprise then that… Read More »

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