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Life After Your DUI: How to Cope

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on August 21, 2017

We often discuss drunk driving in terms of the legal process–i.e., the arrest and trial. But it is also important to understand just how a DUI can affect your daily life going forward. Even if you are a first-time offender who is not…Read More

2017 Scholarship Winner

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on August 17, 2017

We at Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law are excited to announce the winner of our 2017 scholarship. The award is based on a number of criteria – short essay, current academic status, school related activities, community activities and other achievement standards. After carefully evaluating applications from students who represent the…Read More

2017 Scholarship Winner Essay by Aleschia Hyde

Written by Admin on August 17, 2017

By Aleschia Hyde

I am interested in this scholarship because I want to practice criminal or immigration law and the additional funds from the scholarship would help to defer many of the costs associated with law school while still allowing me to invest fully in my 1L coursework. Since college, I…Read More

Self-Defense and Domestic Violence

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

In domestic violence cases, the accuser often has the advantage. Prosecutors and juries tend to be sympathetic towards people who claim to be victims of abuse. But in fact, there are many situations where the accuser was actually the instigator and the defendant…Read More

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