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Archives for: March 22nd, 2017

Give your Donut a Bite, but Don’t Make a Meth of It

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on July 28, 2016

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It was a typical Friday afternoon for D.R., or at least he thought it was going to be a typical Friday afternoon. He was driving in his car.  Stopped into a 7-11. Then left the store and was heading…Read More

Have You Been Charged with Drug Trafficking?

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on July 19, 2016

Most crimes are considered serious crimes, however, amongst the most serious crimes such as murder or rape, are drug crimes. Drug crimes can result in serious consequences and without the right legal representation, you can be sent to prison for decades depending on the drug you possessed or…Read More

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

Ryan Malone facing DUI and cocaine charges

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 16, 2014

Ryan Malone, a forward for the Tampa Bay Lightning, is facing both DUI and cocaine charges after being arrested in Florida. Malone was driving in a large SUV when he made a left turn and ran over a curb. This was at 3:15 in the morning, and nearby officers were…Read More

President commutes sentences for federal drug offenders

Written by Moses & Rooth on January 11, 2014

Last month, the president used his executive powers to commute the sentences of individuals convicted of federal offenses related to crack cocaine. Each of the eight inmates whose sentences were commuted had been sentenced to life imprisonment and had served a minimum of 15 years imprisonment so far. This gesture…Read More

The absence of justice in life sentences for non-violent crimes

Written by Moses & Rooth on December 8, 2013

We have previously discussed that one of the primary aims of the American criminal justice system is to hold criminal offenders appropriately accountable for their actions. Tragically, decades of mandatory minimum sentencing laws and other “tough on crime” approaches have produced punishments that are often grossly disproportionate to the criminal…Read More

Florida man sentenced to 20 years for drug crimes

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 19, 2013

Drug charges can result in very serious consequences for individuals in Florida. Drug convictions can mean serving time in prison as well as living with the stigma of having a drug conviction on your criminal record for the rest of your life.

A recent drug case in Florida is an example…Read More