DUI And Criminal Defense

Multiple DUI Offense lawyer in Miami-Dade County

A common question for Florida drivers who have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) is, “If I’m convicted, how long will my license be suspended?” The short and honest answer to that question is, “It depends.” Under Florida’s DUI laws, convicted offenders are subject to tiered sentencing. This…

Driving while license suspended can be a civil traffic infraction or it can be a criminal offense. The key difference between the two charges is knowledge. Driving while license suspended unknowingly is a civil traffic offense, the criminal charge requires knowledge that their licenses were suspended. The State can attempt…

Know your rights, regardless of whether you have been accused of a crime or arrested for one, you have rights and it is important that you not only know them but fully understand them. One of the most important and potentially the bedrock of our criminal justice system is the…

The Degrees And Levels Of Florida Felony Charges What’s your score? If you have been charged with a felony in the State of Florida then you may have heard that question. In Florida, every felony charge has a degree and a level. The most common three degrees are first, second…

Leaving the scene of an accident is commonly referred to as a “hit and run”, it happens when a vehicle is involved in an accident and then leaves without having complied with the requirement outlined in Florida Statute 316.062. That statute lists the information that a person needs to provide…

Have you ever wondered if someone could be pulled over or even charged for driving under the influence (DUI) without actually being drunk? For a person with ADHD there is a chance this could happen. The methods used by officers when deciding whether to pull someone over or arrest them…