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Impaired Driving Collisions Resulting in Property Damage

By Justin Reep |

Anytime a driver gets behind the wheel after ingesting enough alcohol, prescription medications, or a controlled substance, to impact that person’s driving, he or she violates state law and also runs the risk of criminal prosecution. Motorists who are accused of committing one of these offenses can result in serious charges, making it especially… Read More »

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The Consequences of Refusing a Breathalyzer Test in Florida

By Justin Reep |

In Florida, motorists are automatically presumed to have given their consent to a breath test if pulled over for driving under the influence. For this reason, even those who were not guilty of driving under the influence, but who refused to submit to a breath, blood, or urine test to determine their Blood Alcohol… Read More »

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Boating Under the Influence in Florida

By Justin Reep |

Although most of us associate operating a vehicle while intoxicated with drunk driving, in Florida, operating other vessels, such as a boat, while intoxicated also qualifies as driving under the influence, or a BUI. Boating under the influence comes with serious penalties, so if you were recently arrested for or charged with a BUI,… Read More »

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Florida’s Implied Consent Laws

By Justin Reep |

When investigating a motorist for driving under the influence, law enforcement officers usually ask the individual to submit to a breath, urine, or blood test, the results of which are then used to determine the driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC). In Florida, motorists who operate vehicles in the state are automatically assumed to agree… 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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