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Archives for: November 6th, 2012

Florida drug test law for welfare recipients challenged

Written by Moses & Rooth on November 6, 2012

A controversial Florida law is currently being challenged before a federal appeals court. The state law aims to withhold benefits from welfare applicants who may be guilty of certain drug crimes by requiring that they purchase and pass a drug screening test before they may be granted food stamps,…Read More

Mandatory Drug Testing for State Employees ruled Unconstitutional

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 26, 2012

A federal judge in Miami has ruled that the mandatory drug testing of government employees pursuant to Governor Scott’s Executive Order is unconstitutional.  You can read Judge Ungaro’s opinion here.

The Judge ruled that requiring drug testing of government employees violated the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution which prohibited…Read More

Florida Legislature Passes Bill That Would Allow Early Release

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 16, 2012

The Florida Legislature has passed a bill that would allow for prison sentence modification.  Both the House and Senate, has passed bills that would allow for the early release of prisoners held for non-violent offenses.  The bill creates a new law that requires the Florida Department of Corrections to develop…Read More