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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

False Imprisonment: Another Form of Domestic Violence

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

When most people think of domestic violence, they think in terms of domestic battery and assault. Hitting, yelling, threats, and use of weapons are the first things that come to mind. Despite this belief, there are many other ways to physically and psychologically abuse your spouse or family member without…Read More

Florida Tourism Defense: What You Need to Know

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 21, 2015
Tourism Defense

Criminal Defense for Tourists in Florida

Florida is an extremely popular tourist destination. From theme parks to beaches, there are thousands of things to see and do in Florida. But have you ever wondered what happens if you get in trouble with the law while you are on vacation? If you…Read More

Understanding Your Probation Term in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 19, 2015
Florida Probation

Florida Probation Term

If you have been charged with a crime, one of the best outcomes you can hope for is a term of probation in lieu of jail time. Unfortunately, the terms of your probation may be complicated and one misstep may compromise your eligibility to remain on probation. Understanding…Read More