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Archives for: July 14th, 2016

Spice/K2: Overdoses and Consequences for Possession Charges

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on July 14, 2016

We are living in a time in which experimentation with drugs is at an all-time high. We are living in an age of experimentation, where the age limits for that experiment is becoming younger and younger. For those in Florida, drug usage has become one of the top…Read More

Domestic assault allegations do not have to ruin your life

Written by Moses & Rooth on September 3, 2014

If you are facing allegations of domestic violence or family abuse, you know that the ramifications of these accusations can be serious and immediate. The accuser may have left you with little social traction, causing you to be removed from your home and family without much recourse. Being charged with…Read More

Florida investigation leads to multiple arrests for drug offenses

Written by Moses & Rooth on August 22, 2014

In December of last year, authorities intercepted a parcel filled with marijuana at an Orlando United States Parcel center. The drugs were addressed to an International Drive hotel, the Hyatt Regency. Following an in-depth investigation by authorities into the package and an allege drug ring that was distributing the contraband…Read More

Orlando car dealership employee arrested for drug trafficking

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 10, 2014

Drug trafficking charges in Florida can result in serious consequences. Minimum sentences for drug trafficking, depending on the amount, can range from three to 25 years. Just being charged, innocent or guilty, can ruin your reputation and be expensive in numerous ways. In addition, under RICO, which is the…Read More

Man accused of assault charged with domestic strangulation

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 25, 2014

A Florida man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly violated a protective order against his wife and attacked her on June 15. The defendant, age 50, apparently got into an argument with the woman over the no-contact order, which was related to a previous allegation of domestic abuse. The…Read More

Domestic assault charges to bring Georgia man back to Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 6, 2014

A former football player for the University of Maine was arrested in Georgia and will be expedited back to Florida to face domestic assault charges.

The man’s home is in Palm Beach County, where the alleged domestic violence took place. He is being accused of stabbing a man multiple times resulting…Read More

Orlando drug trafficking bust leads to arrest of 18 individuals

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 1, 2014

Following the completion of a time-consuming investigation, police in Orlando have arrested 18 individuals and charged them with drug trafficking offenses. The Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation for the Orlando Police Department was responsible for the arrests. Officials say that the department had been monitoring four of the arrested individuals for…Read More

Man posts Facebook picture that leads to drug sales arrest

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 17, 2014

A Florida man has been accused of selling drugs after he allegedly posted Facebook selfies of himself engaged in drug transactions. The 21-year-old man, who hails from Port St. Lucie, Florida, was allegedly broadcasting his illegal activities. He is even said to have posted a picture of himself next to…Read More

New hope for those with life sentences for federal drug crimes

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 3, 2014

The federal government is currently reviewing the way it applies life sentences to certain convicted drug offenders. For example, numerous individuals are serving a lifetime prison sentence after only being convicted of non-violent federal drug crimes. If reforms are made, some of these individuals could be set free before the…Read More

Clerks deputized in Florida to deal with domestic violence

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 1, 2014

The Clerk of Court in Orange County, Florida, has changed the way that the local government can deal with domestic violence situations. This was done, according to those involved, because there are domestic violence cases that need to be addressed on off hours; they do not always come up during…Read More