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Can You Be Charged With a DUI in a Self-Driving Car?

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on July 18, 2017

Autonomous or “self-driving” cars have the potential to transform Florida’s transportation system. Proponents claim computer-controlled vehicles will eventually reduce fatal accidents and traffic congestion. But as automotive technology evolves, there are new legal questions that will need to be answered. For example, is a person illegally Read More

Does Florida Allow Sobriety Checkpoints?

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on July 12, 2017

While traveling around the Orlando area, especially during weekends or holidays, you may notice police conducting random “sobriety checkpoints.” You may have even be stopped yourself. But can the police really do this? After all, if you are just driving down the street and there is no evidence…Read More

Will More Medical Marijuana Make It’s Way to Florida?

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on July 7, 2017

On June 23, Florida Gov. Rick Scott finally signed legislation to implement Amendment 2, the voter-approved constitutional amendment to permit medical marijuana. The legislation, adopted during a special session of the Florida legislature, creates an overall regulatory framework to ensure patient access to…Read More

Expungement vs. Sealed Records

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on June 27, 2017

A criminal record can affect your job and housing prospects years after your case is over. Even if you are never convicted of a crime, there is still a public record of your arrest and trial. But it is possible in certain cases…Read More

New Alcohol Bill Passed in Pinellas County

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on June 19, 2017

While drunk driving remains a major problem in Orlando and throughout central Florida, that has not slowed the demand for liquor. Responding to public demand, the Pinellas County Commission approved legislation back in March that permits bars, restaurants, and stores to begin selling…Read More

Consequences of Being Cited for a DUI While Boating

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on June 8, 2017

Drunk driving and DUI charges are most often associated with cars or other land-based vehicles. But under Florida and federal law, you can also face serious consequences if you are caught boating under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In fact, according to…Read More

Common Criminal Charges Against School Teachers

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on May 30, 2017

Teachers exercise an important role in supervising and mentoring our children. It is a position of trust. And when that trust is violated, the legal consequences can be quite severe.

We have all heard sensationalized stories in the news about teachers having sex with their underage students. Sometimes people write this…Read More

Recreational Use of Marijuana Is Still Illegal

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on May 16, 2017

There is still quite a bit of confusion over recent changes to Florida’s marijuana laws. Last year, voters approved an amendment to the state constitution that permits the use of “medical cannabis” with a physician’s approval. Unfortunately, Florida legislators have Read More