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May 16, 2019
Tougher drinking and driving regulations

The National Transportation Safety Board is moving to ask for tougher regulations regarding drinking and driving. In this context, our Fort Lauderdale DUI defense lawyer recommends that any driver pay attention and use common sense when drinking and driving, in order to avoid DUI accusations and even more serious criminal offenses. According to CNN, the common benchmark in […]

March 7, 2019
Hit-and-run crashes on the rise

Florida Highway Patrol announced that the number of hit-and-run crashes has significantly increased in Florida during the last two years. “Hit-and-run crashes are a growing problem in Florida,” says Director of FHP, Col.David Brierton in an FHP Press Release. read alsoDrive safely after SuperBowlFlorida had approximately 70,000 hit-and-run crashes in 2012, which determined Florida law enforcement […]

May 21, 2018
Fraud still significant in Florida

According to Orlando Sentinel, law enforcement authorities gathered this month in Orlando for a summit focused on fraud, identity theft, and other types of financial schemes. Glenn Stuart Gordon, associate regional director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Miami office, was cited by Orlando Sentinel saying that retirees with savings, wealthy individuals, and immigrants who form […]

September 27, 2013
Medicare fraud convictions

One of the most recent convictions in South Florida related to Medicare fraud involves Karen Kallen-Zury, from Lighthouse Point, the former CEO of the Hollywood Pavilion psychiatric facility, convicted to a 25-year prison sentence for Medicare fraud, according to the Miami Herald. She was also ordered to repay about $40 million to the taxpayer-funded Medicare. Lengthy prison sentences received […]

September 23, 2013
Postal worker robbed

A U.S. Postal Service letter carrier was robbed recently by a person wearing a mask and brandishing a gun in Pompano Beach, during the day, at about 3 PM, according to CBS 4.  The U.S. Postal Inspector Ivan Ramirez told CBS4 that the subject stole the carrier’s vehicle keys. Broward County Sheriff’s deputies and the […]

September 19, 2013
Feds don’t challenge legal marijuana

The Justice Department has announced that they will challenge the state laws for some of the genuine issues of the country. The focal point of the challenge will be marijuana legalization laws. In addition, the focus of federal enforcement will target serious trafficking, as well as keeping the drugs out of reach from children. However, […]

September 16, 2013
Driving under Influence(DUI) in detail

In a previous blog post of our criminal defense team in Broward, we discussed the penalties for being found guilty of driving under the influence (DUI). Today we discuss other key elements, such as the Chemical or Physical Test Provisions (Implied Consent Law) regulations (Florida DUI laws). For example, the refusal to submit to a breath, urine, or blood test […]

September 6, 2013
Internet use for unlawful sexual conduct

Broward Sheriff’s Office recently announced that a high school teacher was arrested after having used technology to solicit sex from multiple students. This offense falls under unlawful sexual conduct using computer services or devices A Case study from Broward County According to BSO, Stevie Glasspool, 31, abused her position as a teacher when she used Facebook to solicit sex from […]

August 21, 2013
Steroids, a serious legal offense

In the context of the recent steroids scandal involving major Major League Baseball players such as Alex Rodriguez, National League MVP Ryan Braun and Francisco Cervelli in connection to the Biogenesis clinic in Miami, our criminal defense team in Fort Lauderdale brings a few key points related to the regulations regarding steroids. Federal and Florida state laws prohibit the possession, sale or use […]

August 16, 2013
Retail crime task force

Federal officials have announced the creation of a new local South Florida task force in order to deal with organized retail crime, a $30 billion problem for retail businesses in the US. The new taskforce includes detectives from the Broward Sheriff’s Office and will deal with all the aspects of retail crime, including violent ones and different […]

Tougher drinking and driving regulations

The National Transportation Safety Board is moving to ask for tougher regulations regarding drinking and driving. In this context, our Fort Lauderdale DUI defense lawyer recommends that any driver pay attention and use common sense when drinking...

Hit-and-run crashes on the rise

Florida Highway Patrol announced that the number of hit-and-run crashes has significantly increased in Florida during the last two years. “Hit-and-run crashes are a growing problem in Florida,” says Director of FHP, Col.David Brierton in...

Fraud still significant in Florida

According to Orlando Sentinel, law enforcement authorities gathered this month in Orlando for a summit focused on fraud, identity theft, and other types of financial schemes. Glenn Stuart Gordon, associate regional director of the U.S. Securities and...

Medicare fraud convictions

One of the most recent convictions in South Florida related to Medicare fraud involves Karen Kallen-Zury, from Lighthouse Point, the former CEO of the Hollywood Pavilion psychiatric facility, convicted to a 25-year prison sentence for Medicare fraud,...

Postal worker robbed

A U.S. Postal Service letter carrier was robbed recently by a person wearing a mask and brandishing a gun in Pompano Beach, during the day, at about 3 PM, according to CBS 4.  The U.S....

Feds don’t challenge legal marijuana

The Justice Department has announced that they will challenge the state laws for some of the genuine issues of the country. The focal point of the challenge will be marijuana legalization laws. In addition, the...

Driving under Influence(DUI) in detail

In a previous blog post of our criminal defense team in Broward, we discussed the penalties for being found guilty of driving under the influence (DUI). Today we discuss other key elements, such as the Chemical or Physical Test...

Internet use for unlawful sexual conduct

Broward Sheriff’s Office recently announced that a high school teacher was arrested after having used technology to solicit sex from multiple students. This offense falls under unlawful sexual conduct using computer services or devices A Case study from Broward County...

Steroids, a serious legal offense

In the context of the recent steroids scandal involving major Major League Baseball players such as Alex Rodriguez, National League MVP Ryan Braun and Francisco Cervelli in connection to the Biogenesis clinic in Miami, our criminal defense team in Fort Lauderdale brings a...

Retail crime task force

Federal officials have announced the creation of a new local South Florida task force in order to deal with organized retail crime, a $30 billion problem for retail businesses in the US. The new taskforce includes detectives...

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