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    Five Product Liability Cases That Changed History

    Consumers trust companies to provide the best quality products possible. However, sometimes businesses make faulty goods, and people can get hurt. Fortunately, for victims of defective items, the law does provide some safeguards. Filing a lawsuit may be the only means of getting redress. Although viewed by some as an [...]

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    Legal Options When New Medication Makes You Sick

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 30 percent of individuals take at least five medications. Adverse drug events lead to significant numbers of emergency room visits and hospitalizations, and many of these situations are actually preventable. An individual who suffers such an event might wonder about the [...]

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    How to Talk to a Police Officer After Your Car Accident

    The way you speak to a law enforcement officer after a car accident is important since it is often the officer’s role to determine how the accident occurred and who was at fault. While you may feel traumatized, it is best to respond to the officer’s questions as calmly as [...]

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    How Long Does Expungement Take

    Have you been in trouble with the law? Perhaps in the past, you made a bad decision or two that led to an arrest or conviction. Unfortunately, these past mistakes generate a criminal record that can impact your future. For instance, in Florida applications for jobs, professional licensing, or housing [...]

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    Steps to Take When a Child Is Arrested

    If the police have arrested your child, you may be feeling helpless, shocked, and angry. You’re probably also feeling protective. No matter the reason why your child was arrested, they are your child and you want to protect them. That is understandable. Above all else, however, it’s important to remain [...]

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    Methamphetamine Arrests in Florida

    Methamphetamine, also known by its street names ice, crystal, speed, and crank, is a highly addictive and dangerous drug. While its medicinal forms are legal, albeit highly restricted, a user who does not possess a valid prescription may face third degree felony charges. Beyond that, a person who possesses a [...]

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    Can You Vote in Florida With a Felony?

    People convicted of felony offenses often continue to struggle with the consequences for years after their release. Felony convictions are included on your criminal record, and most background checks will reveal them. Felony convictions can make finding employment, obtaining federal loans, and securing housing more difficult. A felony conviction can [...]

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    The Many Collateral Consequences of Driving Under the Influence

    Florida law makes driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages, chemical substances, or controlled substances one offense, proven by “impairment of normal faculties” or an unlawful blood alcohol or breath alcohol level of 0.08 percent or more. Regardless of how prosecutors prove the offense, the penalties are the same. A [...]

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    How Do I Beat a Gun Charge in Florida?

    Violent crimes are typically the most strictly prosecuted crimes under Florida law, and violations of the state’s gun laws are no exception. If you’ve been accused of violating state gun laws, whether for carrying, possessing, or discharging a firearm, it’s important that you have the right legal representation to help [...]

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    Will My Child’s Arrest Appear on His or Her Criminal Record?

    Hearing that your child has been arrested is a nightmare scenario for any parent. One of the first concerns for many parents is how an arrest may affect their child’s future. Below we discuss how to determine whether your child’s arrest will remain permanently on his or her criminal record. [...]

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