Monthly Archives: December 2016

Can I get a DUI without driving in Escambia County – Cantonment > Navarre?

Can I get a DUI without driving? I GOT A DUI, BUT I WASN’T DRIVING! After a few too many beers at the sports bar during the Ironbowl the other weekend you decide to do the right thing, not drive …

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What should I do if I’m being investigated for dui because of prescriptions or drugs

What should I do if I’m being investigated for dui because of prescriptions or drugs? You’re heading out to run some errands. About half an hour before you hopped in the car you took your prescribed pain medication. You’ve been …

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IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET A DUI FROM YOUR PRESCRIPTION PILLS?

IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET A DUI FROM YOUR PRESCRIPTION PILLS? A DUI from your prescription pills??? When I say DUI, what is the first thing you think of? Drinking and driving, right? Well, alcohol is not the only way …

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Racial Bias in Florida Sentencing

Does Racial Bias in Florida Sentencing exist? We would all like to think Racial Bias in Florida Sentencing doesn’t exist. However, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune recently published an article titled “Bias on the Bench” following a year of analyzing sentencing data …

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Everything you need to know about Bonds and Warrants in Escambia County – Cantonment > Navarre

Bonds and Warrants – Nobody wants to sit in jail – that’s obvious, right? But sometimes the bail (or bond) set by the judge is too high and you or your loved ones can’t post it. In those situations a …

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Florida Felony Sentencing – You did the crime. How do they calculate the time?

“Scoresheet” Basics – Florida Felony Sentencing – If you have ever faced Florida felony charges, or have been to court with someone who has, you have probably heard people talking about their “score” or “the scoresheet.” What on earth is …

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