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Archives for: February 13th, 2018

What is Simple Battery in Florida?

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on February 13, 2018

Assault and battery are two crimes that are often related, but they are different. Assault involves the use of threats toward another person. No physical contact is involved.

When a person touches another person without his or her consent, it becomes batteryRead More

Medical Marijuana and Gun Ownership: What Florida Residents Should Know

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on January 11, 2018

More and more medical marijuana dispensaries are opening up in Florida. While this is great news for those who benefit from the drug to help with medical conditions, gun owners may want to take note. In Florida, you can’t be both a medical marijuana user and a gun…Read More

What Makes a DUI Into an Enhanced DUI in Florida?

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on November 20, 2017

A criminal DUI conviction in Florida carries significant penalties. For a first offense, a judge may sentence you to six months in jail and order you to pay a fine of between $500 and $1,000. In addition, your driver’s license can be suspended…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

Expungement vs. Sealed Records

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on June 27, 2017

A criminal record can affect your job and housing prospects years after your case is over. Even if you are never convicted of a crime, there is still a public record of your arrest and trial. But it is possible in certain cases…Read More

The How’s and Why’s of Driving on a Suspended License

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on August 29, 2016

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Having a driver’s license is a privilege, not a right. That means that the government can take it away from you and it happens more than you might realize. In Florida there are 2.2 million people with a suspended or revoked driver’s license,…Read More

Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on August 18, 2016

Teenagers and other minors interact with law enforcement whenever a police officer suspects a minor violated the law. As a result of the interaction, a minor may be arrested, given a citation or held in custody until a parent can arrive. These interactions can be straightforward and simple to resolve….Read More