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DrunkDriver

Assistant State Attorney Arrested In DUI Crash

By Meldon Law |

State attorneys represent the state in court, so you would think that they would be well-versed in the law. Even if this is true, people sometimes display poor judgment. This was recently the case for an assistant state attorney in Florida, who was arrested for DUI. The 35-year-old woman was arrested on the morning… Read More

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Man Admits To DUI Crash In Starke

By Meldon Law |

When someone does something wrong, they will often deny it so they don’t get in trouble. A Florida man did the exact opposite. The man was recently involved in an accident in Starke. When Florida Highway Patrol arrived at the accident scene, the man admitted to having a few drinks beforehand and not being… Read More

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WrongWay

Wrong-Way Crash In Jacksonville Caused By Drunk Driving

By Meldon Law |

It’s always a sad situation when a drunk driver causes a crash. In many cases, the drunk driver survives, killing innocent victims. This was recently the case in Jacksonville. A man was driving in the wrong direction when he hit another vehicle head-on. The man is facing charges of DUI manslaughter. The fatal accident… Read More

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Realtor Charged With DUI In Delray Beach

By Meldon Law |

Having a few alcoholic drinks may seem a good idea when you’re socializing with others and having fun, but the after effects—such as getting pulled over by police—can really ruin your night. A Florida Realtor is finding this out the hard way after receiving several citations for his behavior while driving drunk. The real… Read More

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GunCharges

Unlawful Carry Of Concealed Firearm

By Meldon Law |

In the State of Florida, a person may carry a concealed firearm, as long as they have a valid concealed weapons permit (CWP), if a person has a concealed firearm and they don’t have a CWP they can be charged with a third (3rd) degree felony which carries a maximum penalty of five (5)… Read More

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What happens At First Appearance?

By Meldon Law |

               In the State of Florida when a person is arrested a person is set to see a Judge within a twenty-four-hour period (24) barring some unusual circumstance. In certain counties there is a set bond or bail schedule, this allows for an officer to give the defendant a pre-determined bond or bail amount… Read More

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DUI Cases On The Rise In Southwest Florida

By Meldon Law |

Motorists know that drinking and driving is irresponsible. Yet, many people do it anyway. You would think that this crime would decrease over time, but in some places, it’s getting worse. Take Southwest Florida, for instance. Drunk driving is a growing trend there, with the area set to break records this year for the… Read More

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Weird Parking Job Leads To DUI Arrest

By Meldon Law |

Intoxication can affect a person’s judgment and make it harder for them to do various tasks, including parking. A Florida man was recently arrested for DUI after his unusual parking job. On August 30, police in Clearwater located a Lexus RX hanging off a seawall over Clearwater Bay. The SUV was parked on Coronado… Read More

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I Wasn’t Read My Rights

By Meldon Law |

Just because a person was arrested does not mean they have to be read their right (Miranda Warnings), on the flip side a person could be read Miranda and not arrested. The Miranda Warning informs a person of some of the rights or protections you have during a criminal investigation or post-arrest. The first… Read More

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AccidentWitness

But I Wasn’t Driving

By Meldon Law |

A common misconception is that you can’t get arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) if you aren’t driving, which would make sense because driving is literally in the title of the offense. However, you don’t need to be driving a vehicle to be convicted of driving under the influence (DUI), let alone arrested… Read More

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