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Doctor Involved in DUI Manslaughter Case

DUI cases are fairly common in Miami. One of the most recent cases was discussed by WSVN in a recent article titled “Miami doctor posts bond for DUI manslaughter.” According to the author of the article, “A prominent South Florida cardiologist has been arrested and charged in the DUI manslaughter of a man in 2014….

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Miami Hurricanes Kicker Arrested for DUI

DUI arrests are a serious problem in Miami. High profile cases exemplify the severity of the problem. Consider a recent article for the Palm Beach Post titled “Miami Hurricanes dismiss kicker Jon Semerene after DUI arrest.” Matt Porter of the Palm Beach Post writes, “The Hurricanes dismissed kicker Jon Semerene for ‘conduct detrimental to the…

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DUI Forces Judge to Resign

There is no shortage of DUI cases in Miami. Without the proper legal representation, you could find yourself in an even worse predicament than you were already in. These DUI cases affect people all across the spectrum. Unfortunately, one of the most recent cases involved a judge. Consider a recent article for CBS Miami titled…

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Making Sure You Can Trust Your Criminal Defense Lawyer

Criminal defense lawyers stay busy in Miami. However, that doesn’t mean all are created equal. Making sure you are properly represented is imperative. Consider a recent article for the Sun Sentinel titled “Appeals court knocks judge off defense lawyer’s contempt case.” Marc Freeman of the Sun Sentinel writes, “Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jack Schramm…

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Criminal Defense and the Isleworth Case

Whether in Miami or throughout Florida, there is no shortage of people in need of a quality criminal defense attorney. Criminal defense was most recently in the news in an Orlando Sentinel article titled “Bob Ward wins new trial in wife’s Isleworth murder.” Elyssa Cherney of the Orlando Sentinel writes, “For the first time in…

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The Latest in Wrongful Death Litigation in Miami

Miami certainly isn’t alone when it comes to issues with wrongful death cases. Nonetheless, these cases deserve more attention in order to correct the problem. Consider a recent article for the Miami Herald titled “Officers cleared in shooting deaths of South Florida motorists.” The author of the article writes, “Prosecutors have cleared police officers in…

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Uber and Making Sure You Have the Right Legal Protection

These days, instead of cabs, many people are turning to Uber for their transportation needs. However, Uber, like any other form of transportation, presents its own set of risks that you should be prepared for with proper legal protection. Consider a recent article for CBS Miami titled “Arrest In Deadly Uber Crash Gives Hope To…

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Are DUI Arrests Dropping in Miami Beach?

There is a lot of discussion around the drop in DUI arrests in Miami. CBS Miami takes a look at this in a recent article titled “Debate Over Drop In DUI Arrests In Miami Beach.” According to the author of the article, “Arrests for Driving Under The Influence (DUI) in Miami Beach are down but…

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Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Vote on Marijuana Decriminalization

Criminal defense lawyers stay busy in Florida. With debates over decriminalizing marijuana use raging ahead of a vote, it is imperative for many people to have quality criminal defense lawyers in an environment full of grey areas. Consider a recent article for the Tampa Bay Times titled “Tampa City Council to vote March 3 on…

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How a Physiologist Watched “Concussion” Through his Work

More and more information is coming out on the prevalence of traumatic brain injuries, specifically concussions, in the NFL and football in general. Consider a recent article for the Miami Herald titled “Physiologist watched ‘Concussion’ in real time.” Drew Davison of the Miami Herald writes, “A picture of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum hangs in Walt…

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