Written by Moses & Rooth on November 5, 2018
For decades, law enforcement officials have been seizing firearms at the Orlando International Airport. Fortunately, these isolated cases were most likely related to individuals who simply forgot to remove the personal weapons from their carry-on luggage before entering the airport and passing through TSA screening.
Even though it may have been an innocent…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on April 26, 2018
A DUI conviction can affect your life in many ways. It can cause you to lose your driver’s license and spend time in jail. Even if you avoid jail time, you may be placed on probation. You may also have to pay a…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on February 2, 2018
Florida’s continued punishment of felons long after they have served out their sentence has become a hot button issue. We discussed restoration of felon voting rights back in August of 2016 and this topic has continued to be argued in our state ever…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on October 21, 2013
It appears that Florida is the Kardashians of the Unites States. We just cannot be a boring low profile state who goes about its business and doesn’t make headlines. Why can’t we be more like Montana? When was the last time something crazy happened there? If a few months go…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on September 25, 2013
A Florida woman has been accused of embezzling $190,000 from her employer. Police state that she was purportedly overpaying herself and also endorsing checks from the office in order “to make personal credit card payments.” She is now charged with felony grand larceny.
Though the woman apparently works for a medical…Read More
Written by Moses & Rooth on January 30, 2013
Federal criminal court trials rarely result in an acquittal on all charges. But that is exactly what a U.S. District Court jury did in the case involving a truck driver accused of smuggling drugs while transporting orange juice to Florida. The case involved charges of three counts of felony Read More
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