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The Serious Consequences of Identity Theft and Fraud

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 23, 2015
identity theft

Gone are the days when our identities were protected so long as we had our wallet and identification on us. Thieves do not even need our state-issued IDs to steal our identity or our plastic to get our credit card numbers in the digital age. Thieves can now collect more…Read More

Real Drugs, Real Penalties!

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 18, 2015
Prescription Drug Laws

Prescription Drugs In Florida

People often erroneously believe that just because prescription drugs are lawfully prescribed to people that necessarily implies that they cannot be harmful. Not only is taking prescription drugs that are not prescribed to you dangerous, it is also illegal. People who either are lawfully prescribed drugs that…Read More

Implications of Failing to Register as a Sex Offender in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 14, 2015
Sex Offender Defense

Implications of Failing to Register as a Sex Offender in Florida

Being a registered sex offender has a tremendous impact on a person’s social, personal, emotional, and professional life. Conviction of most, if not all, sex-related crimes, will require a person charged with the crime to register as a sex offender…Read More

Drinking & Driving: Understanding Your First Conviction

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 9, 2015
first conviction

You were only “buzzed”. You only had to drive two miles. You were late for your curfew. No matter what you say to justify it, the end result is the same. You drove under the influence of alcohol or drugs. You made a mistake. You risked your life, your passenger’s…Read More

Allowing for Mistakes: First Time Offenders in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 7, 2015

We have all been there: pressured to do something we did not want to, being at the wrong place at the wrong time, or making a decision to do something out of character. Fortunately, the state of Florida provides an opportunity for individuals, particularly young offenders or first time offenders,…Read More

New Year, New Rules

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 2, 2015
domestic violence

Proposed Changes in Florida Domestic Violence Law

Florida, like most states, takes domestic violence allegations very seriously. On the low end, a person convicted of domestic violence charges is facing one year of probation, fines and a required 26 week Battery Intervention Counseling; at the high end that person is…Read More

Lesser Known Driving Under the Influence Penalties in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 11, 2015

If you have been pulled over for drinking and driving, you know how terrifying it is. You have horrible things going through your mind, and you’re worried about your future. What will your friends and family think? Will you have a conviction on your record? Will you lose your job?…Read More