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He’s Krafty and He Gets Around

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on February 25, 2019

Robert Kraft

By now you know that the Jupiter Police Department has been conducting a human trafficking and prostitution sting, specifically targeting different day spas. It appears that investigation spanned Palm Beach, Martin, and Orange Counties and that the…Read More

Drug Cartel Leader “El Chapo” Criminal Trial in NYC

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on December 19, 2018

Astounding security measures taken in the ‘El Chapo’ criminal trial Master escape artist Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman Loera is the highest ranking drug cartel member to stand trial in America. Notorious cartel leader El Chapo pleaded not guilty to federal charges and is…Read More

To Blow or Not to Blow? That is the Question

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on November 6, 2018

When an officer pulls you over for DUI, they should have probable cause that you are operating the vehicle while legally intoxicated. For example, the officer might have seen you swerving on the road or drifting into a lane—behavior that is consistent with…Read More

Don’t Carry that Firearm at the Orlando Airport

Written by Moses & Rooth on November 5, 2018

For decades, law enforcement officials have been seizing firearms at the Orlando International Airport. Fortunately, these isolated cases were most likely related to individuals who simply forgot to remove the personal weapons from their carry-on luggage before entering the airport and passing through TSA screening.

Even though it may have been an innocent…Read More

Lack of Evidence Forces Appeals Court to Throw Out Drug Charges

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on November 1, 2018

To be convicted of a crime in Florida, the state must present proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Essentially, this means that jurors must have a firm conviction that you are guilty before they can vote to convict.

This principle was central to a recent appellate court decision…Read More