Category Archives: DUI Law

Thank You to My Fellow Hillsborough County Lawyers for Selecting Me as Tampa’s Top Criminal Defense Lawyer

This month I was honored by my peers by being voted as Tampa’s top criminal defense lawyer. I am truly touched by this and while I am very proud of the work we do, I know there are a number … Continue reading

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We Must Not Tolerate the Use of Secret Software in Our Criminal Courts

A recent article published in Slate.com by Rebecca Wexler, a fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project and visiting scholar at Berkeley School of Law’s Human Rights Center, highlights a real problem – the inability to test the efficacy of … Continue reading

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When Silence is Not Golden

I am now convinced that I live in a weird parallel universe. As every American knows, the United States Constitution secures the right of every person not to incriminate him or herself. Since the famed Miranda vs. Arizona opinion, in … Continue reading

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What to Do if You Are Stopped for DUI in Florida

(This article was originally published 3 years ago). When stopped by a police officer for suspicion of DUI the first things you should consider are simple. First, pull over as soon as it is safe; remember to be polite and … Continue reading

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Tools For Your Toolbox: Sample of Motion Used in Miami

Last Wednesday, August 17, 2011 a Miami Judge dismissed 39 drug charges, finding Florida’s drug possession law facially unconstitutional. The ruling follows an earlier ruling by a federal district court judge reaching the same conclusion. Below is a sample motion … Continue reading

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Florida’s Drug Statute Declared Unconstitutional

Yesterday, July 27, 2011, Federal District Court Judge Mary Scriven declared the criminal section of Florida’s Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act (893.13) to be unconstitutional on its face. (See Shelton v. Department of Correction, et. al., Case No.: 6:07-cv-839-Orl-35-KRS … Continue reading

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A Touch of Due Process in DUI Administrative Reviews

For years, Florida along with other states, has used an extra-judicial punitive system to punish individuals arrested for DUI (not convicted of DUI but simply arrested). In Florida, when a police officer arrests you for DUI and you submit to … Continue reading

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