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Archives for: February 2nd, 2012

U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Florida “Dog Sniff” Case

Written by Moses & Rooth on February 2, 2012

A Florida criminal law case involving a drug-sniffing dog will go before the United States Supreme Court. The rights of criminal defendants are at stake in the matter, which will determine when the sensory skills of a canine may supersede a person’s privacy expectations.

Marijuana Detected by Florida Drug-Sniffing Dog

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Are Some Problem Florida Law Enforcement Officers Still on the Job?

Written by Moses & Rooth on January 13, 2012

As a society we like to think that we can place our trust in law enforcement officers to not only protect us, but also our loved ones – and in the vast majority of situations Florida police officers rightly earn this trust. However, the Herald-Tribune recently released an investigative report…Read More

Faulty Breath Tests Tossed In Florida DUI Cases

Written by Moses & Rooth on December 2, 2011

Prosecutors in two counties in Florida have withdrawn the breath tests from around 100 DUI cases, according to a story in the Herald-Tribune. The cases will still proceed, but the prosecution will rely on other evidence, said prosecutors in the article.

Intoxilyzer 8000 Problems

The Intoxilyzer 8000, a breath-testing machine, appears to…Read More

Cocaine Use Declining in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 31, 2011

After being in vogue for over 25 years, cocaine use in Florida is declining. According to a report by James N. Hall, Director of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Substance Abuse at Nova Southeastern University, the number of cocaine-related overdoses and deaths in Florida has declined. Likewise,…Read More

Public Perception on Domestic Violence often Misses the Mark

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 13, 2011

Anyone arrested for domestic violence already knows the weight that such accusations carry. Even when the charges are baseless, the arrestee is already convicted in the court of public opinion. However, a recent domestic violence arrest appearing in national headlines could help to prevent some from jumping to conclusions when…Read More

Florida Crime at 40-Year Low, So Why are Prison Populations Up?

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 29, 2011

Gov. Rick Scott just distributed a press release noting that Florida’s crime rate is the lowest it has been in 40 years. Scott proudly delivered the news, but it comes at a time when Florida’s prisons are incredibly overcrowded, with 104,000 inmates in the state. If crime is the lowest…Read More

Florida Bill Seeks to Quickly Incarcerate Probation Violators

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 31, 2011

Proposed legislation seeks to make the current probation violation process stricter for repeat offenders accused of violating their probation. If signed into law, it would allow Florida law enforcement to hold the accused person in jail for probation violations when they have multiple felony convictions on their criminal record.

In Florida’s…Read More

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