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Florida Bill Seeks to Quickly Incarcerate Probation Violators

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 31, 2011

Proposed legislation seeks to make the current probation violation process stricter for repeat offenders accused of violating their probation. If signed into law, it would allow Florida law enforcement to hold the accused person in jail for probation violations when they have multiple felony convictions on their criminal record.

In Florida’s…Read More

Florida makes it harder for Ex-Felons to Vote

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 10, 2011

The challenges of overcoming a felony conviction for a Florida criminal charge have just been made harder by new changes passed by Florida’s Executive Clemency Board.  Under the new rules even nonviolent offenders will have to wait five years before they may be considered for the restoration of…Read More

Do Domestic Violence Arrests Really Spike on Super Bowl Sunday?

Written by Moses & Rooth on February 4, 2011

For years we have heard that episodes of domestic violence dramatically rise on Super Bowl Sunday. Much like the common belief that hospital emergency rooms are busier when there’s a full moon, the truth of the Super Bowl violence matter is shrouded in mystery. Or is it?

Many Believe There is…Read More

Consequences of Toll Violations in Central Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on January 27, 2011

The Orlando Orange County Expressway Authority reported netting $251 million last year in toll collections – a $45 million increase from 2009. The toll revenue plays a crucial role, providing the funding necessary to maintain the Florida Turnpike. Unfortunately, some innocent SunPass users are playing the role of victim in…Read More

Avoid Being Pulled Over on Suspected Drunk Driving

Written by Moses & Rooth on December 8, 2010

Even the most sober, law-abiding driver feels a twinge of panic when he or she sees a police cruiser’s lights flashing in the rear view mirror. However, someone who recently had a beer at a local bar or a drink while watching the big game will feel especially vulnerable in…Read More

Jury Instructions Catch Up to the 21st Century

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 27, 2010

Juries are expected to make their decisions based upon the evidence presented in court.  They are to listen to all sides of an issues, and discuss their thoughts and concerns with other jurors at the end of the trial.  The problem is, courts were finding that juror were too conected…Read More

Welcome to the Orange County Criminal Law Blog

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 14, 2010

Laws change quickly. Every day, state legislators and judges make hundreds of decisions that impact the way legal cases are prepared for and presented in court. At Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law we know that’s it’s important to stay current with legal issues. That’s why we follow the legal…Read More