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What Is Considered a High BAC For A DUI?

Getting charged with a Clay County DUI is bad. However, getting charged with a "high BAC" DUI can be much worse. Florida has an "enhanced penalty" law for driving under the influence with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of 0.15% or higher. That means the penalties are more severe than for a typical DUI in...

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What Happens to Your CDL When You Get a DUI in Florida?

Any little blemish on your record could cost you work or even your career in the trucking industry. For truckers, the more severe the allegations, the more damage they will do to your financial stability and future career opportunities. That's why if you're a trucker accused of drunk driving or impaired driving in Florida, it's...

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Is It Illegal to Film Police in Florida?

Clay County Criminal Defense Lawyers Explain Your Rights Police interactions captured on video often serve as important pieces of evidence when fighting criminal charges, but a lot of people question whether using their phones to record the cops is even legal. In Florida, the answer is complicated. The state has a statute that blurs the...

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Florida Drug Charges, Penalties, and Defenses

Our Criminal Defense Attorneys Break Down the Types of Drug Charges in Florida Florida has a reputation for coming down hard on people accused of drug crimes. Prosecutors often attempt to pile on charges after an arrest and push for maximum sentencing. In fact, about 20 percent of the state's prison population is doing time...

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What Is an Illegal Search & Seizure in Florida?

A Criminal Defense Lawyer in Clay County Reveals What To Know In Florida, police regularly conduct searches and seizures — with and without warrants. Sometimes, these searches are illegal and the evidence that results should not be used against the suspect. When this happens, you have to prove that the search was unjust. While proving...

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