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Why Submitting to a Field Sobriety Test Could Hurt More Than Help

Posted on : February 12, 2020
Field Sobriety Tests In Florida Most police officers in Florida request field sobriety tests when they suspect someone is driving under the influence of alcohol. However, even if you are absolutely sober when pulled over, submitting to a field sobriety test could actually hurt your case. Here’s why. Even If You’re Sober, Your Chances of [Read More]

Arrested for DUI, Now What Do I Do?

Posted on : January 28, 2020
Facing A DUI Arrest? If you’ve found yourself recently arrested for DUI, don’t despair.  Many others have been in the same situation.  First of all, don’t panic, it’s not the end of the world but having a DUI can have a long term impact on your record.  Hiring a private attorney, such as Michael Rabideau, [Read More]

DUI Involving Minors In The Vehicle

Posted on : December 6, 2019
Consequences Of A DUI Involving A Child Any individual accused of a DUI in Florida faces serious charges if they’re convicted, however, the actual penalties might be even greater if there were children in the vehicle at the time of the stop. This is due to the fact that the DUI offense is compounded by [Read More]

First Time DUI Offenders Can Avoid Conviction Through Diversion Program

Posted on : November 6, 2019
DUI West Palm Beach
Being charged with a DUI for the first time is a harrowing experience. You may be wondering — Am I going to jail? Will I lose my driver’s license? Is my reputation destroyed? Fortunately, Palm Beach County offers a diversion program for first-time DUI offenders that shields against harsh punishment.  What is the Palm Beach [Read More]

Is Florida’s Red Flag Gun Law a Blueprint for Broader Gun Control?

Posted on : October 6, 2019
Mass shootings have become an epidemic in America. In the aftermath of these horrific events, politicians and the public alike have tried to find common ground on how to prevent future tragedies while preserving second amendment rights.  Florida has been at the center of this debate, particularly due to the high-profile shootings at Marjory Stoneman [Read More]

What Are the Most Common Juvenile Crimes in The State of Florida?

Posted on : September 29, 2019
Has Your Child Been Accused Of A Crime? Unfortunately, a parent cannot be everywhere all the time, or in two places at one time for that matter.  Being a parent and provider means that in addition to working full-time to provide for your children, you must also run an entire household and deal with every [Read More]

How Can I Fight an DUI Blood Test in Florida?

Posted on : July 10, 2019
Defending Yourself Against A DUI Blood Test In Florida There are three primary ways that a driver can be tested for the presence of intoxicating substances if they are stopped on the suspicion of DUI — a breath test, a blood test, and less commonly, a urine test. A breath test can only detect the [Read More]

How Does An Out-Of-State DUI Affect My Florida License?

Posted on : May 31, 2019
Out-Of-State DUI Charges Very often individuals move onto the next phase of their life and whether it is through means of travel, or relocation, they find themselves moving through another state, in this case, Florida. Transferring Your License It is relatively easy to transfer your license over to Florida and at $48.00, the cost is [Read More]

Will I Go to Jail for Possession of Less Than 20 Grams of Marijuana?

Posted on : April 29, 2019
Attorney For Marijuana Possession Charges in West Palm Beach
First-Degree Misdemeanor Charges In Florida, a first-degree misdemeanor charge is the one most likely to apply if you are caught with possession of fewer than 20 grams of cannabis. The penalties for this charge include probation, jail, and revocation of your driver’s license. It’s important to realize that many people overlook the importance of fighting [Read More]

What Is A Theft Crime in Florida?

Posted on : March 6, 2019
West Palm Beach Attorney For Theft Charges
Florida Laws On Theft Crimes Theft can run the range from minor instances of stealing all the way up to felony charges. The problem with theft charges is that even if this was a minor issue that didn’t involve taking something of great value that this incident can follow you for many years. Employers who [Read More]