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DUI and Administrative Driver’s License Suspension in Florida

By Justin Reep |

There are a number of reasons why a motorist might have his or her driver’s license suspended or revoked, but most are related to unpaid traffic tickets, failing to appear at a traffic summons, or being convicted of driving while under the influence. The steps that a person is required to take in order… Read More »

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What to do if You are Issued a Traffic Citation in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Being issued a traffic citation in Florida can result in fines, the assessment of points to the driver’s record, and even driver’s license suspension. Fortunately, motorists who receive traffic citations can avoid these penalties, so if you were recently issued a ticket, it is important to speak with an experienced Seminole traffic citation lawyer… Read More »

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What it Means to be Charged with a White Collar Crime

By Justin Reep |

Although many people associate Florida’s criminal code with violent offenses like assault and battery, drug-related crimes, or traffic violations, the reality is that these are only a few of the many different types of offenses with which a person can be charged. Many defendants, for example, face white collar crime charges, or allegations of… Read More »

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Violating the Standard Conditions of Probation or Parole

By Justin Reep |

Probation is an alternative to imprisonment that allows defendants to stay out of jail as long as they comply with strict conditions required by the court. To find out whether you could be eligible for court-ordered formal supervision, or if you were recently accused of violating the terms of your probation, please contact an… Read More »

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Reinstating Your Suspended Driver’s License

By Justin Reep |

In Florida, those who are convicted of certain offenses, who commit traffic infractions, or who are involved in certain civil matters face serious penalties, one of which is the suspension or revocation of a driver’s license. The former refers to the temporary withdrawal of a person’s license, while the latter refers to the termination… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Florida Traffic Court

By Justin Reep |

Florida, like most other states, uses a point system to keep track of traffic violations in the state. Under this program, each traffic violation of which a person is convicted adds points to that individual’s driving record. The more points a driver has, the more likely it is that he or she will be… Read More »

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Domestic Violence in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Domestic violence is considered a serious crime in Florida, so defendants who are convicted of this offense face significant jail time and fines. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for a person to be falsely accused of domestic violence and to face these consequences in spite of their innocence. To learn more about building a… Read More »

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Misdemeanor Battery Charges

By Justin Reep |

Under Florida law, simple battery is considered a first degree misdemeanor and so comes with potential jail time and up to $1,000 in fines, so if you or a loved one were recently accused of battery or a similar crime, it is important to contact an experienced Seminole criminal lawyer who can help you… Read More »

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What Constitutes Theft Under Florida Law?

By Justin Reep |

Although the terms theft, larceny, burglary, and robbery are often used interchangeably, the reality is that these are all distinct crimes under Florida law. Unfortunately, the difference between these crimes is often overlooked, which can have serious consequences for those who are accused of a theft offense in Florida. To ensure that you have… Read More »

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What are the Penalties for Driving Under the Influence in Florida?

By Justin Reep |

It is unlawful in Florida to operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08 percent or more. It is also true, however, that Florida motorists can be charged under the same DUI law if prosecutors can prove that a driver’s normal faculties were impaired due to the influence of a chemical or… Read More »

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