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Monthly Archives: June 2022

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Florida Man Killed In ATV Accident

By Meldon Law |

Many people like to use all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) recreationally, and while they can be fun to ride in the woods and on trails, they can be dangerous as well. Many people don’t know how to ride these vehicles properly, which can lead to serious accidents. Sadly, a recent ATV crash in Florida led to… Read More

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How Do Fractures Occur?

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Many people brag that they have never broken a bone. Then there are those who are clumsy and are always suffering from fractures. The bones in our body are very strong and can handle a lot of force, but they have their limits. When they are twisted or too much pressure is applied, they… Read More

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Florida Man Stopped For Reckless Driving Is “High And Happy”

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While it’s good to be happy while you’re driving, being “high and happy” is a whole different story. That’s what a Florida man told police he was feeling while driving recklessly through Tampa. The 51-year-old man from Jupiter was stopped by police on the morning of February 16 after police received multiple calls about… Read More

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What Is Probable Cause And How Can It Affect A Criminal Defense Case?

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Probable cause is a requirement that law enforcement personnel are required to meet in order to issue a warrant, conduct a search, or to make an arrest. It can also be used to justify warrantless searches and arrests if there is an urgent situation.  It is an important part of the Fourth Amendment, which… Read More

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How To Properly Store A Firearm In The Car

By Meldon Law |

Vehicle carry laws in Florida do not require a person to possess a Concealed Weapon and Firearm License (CWFL) in order to store a firearm in their car. According to Florida Statute 790.025, it is lawful and not a violation of Florida Statute 790.01 for a person 18 years of age or older to… Read More

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Florida School Bus Driver Arrested For DUI

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Parents expect that school bus drivers will get their children to school safely. They do not always think about the dangers, such as a driver under the influence of alcohol, but it is a possibility. A Florida bus driver was recently arrested after driving while intoxicated. The 60-year-old man was driving home middle school… Read More

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Family Sues For Wrongful Death After Man Is Killed By Tour Bus

By Meldon Law |

In a bus vs. pedestrian situation, the odds are against the pedestrian. Buses are large, heavy vehicles that can cause a lot of damage in a crash. Sadly, a bus recently crashed into a man pushing his broken-down SUV on the road, killing him. His family is now suing the bus driver and the… Read More

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Man Killed In Florida Bicycle Crash

By Meldon Law |

Bicycles have no protection in the event of a crash, which means they need to be extremely careful when riding. Bicycles have to follow the same laws as motor vehicles, but riders sometimes forget this. They may run red lights and stop signs, causing them to get hit and even killed.  Sadly, this was… Read More

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Man, Seriously Injured In Vero Beach Scooter Crash

By Meldon Law |

While scooters are a popular way to get from place to place in Florida, they are not the safest form of transportation. Scooters offer no protection in the event of a crash, which means users can get seriously injured. This is what happened to a man who was riding a scooter in Vero Beach… Read More

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