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2019

Blog Posts in 2019

  • When Are Juveniles Tried as Adults in Florida?

    If your child committed a serious crime, you probably fear the severity of the charges against them. Although the law traditionally rules that anyone under the age of 18 is a juvenile and will be tried in the juvenile court system, there are cases when juveniles can be charged as adults. The state of Florida only allows prosecutors to decide whether a juvenile will be tried as an adult; this is ...
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  • Can the Police Search Your Car Without a Warrant?

    When a police officer stops you, you are required to provide them with your license and registration while answering any pertinent questions they may have (like your name, for instance). But can the police search your car without your consent? The short answer is yes; a police officer can search your car without your permission, but only under specific circumstances. The Fort Lauderdale criminal ...
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  • How to Apply for a Restricted License After a DUI

    If you were arrested for a DUI and missed the deadline to appeal your license suspension with the DMV, you may still be able to get a hardship license. A hardship or restricted license grants you limited driving privileges for necessary trips, including commutes to and from work, school, or medical appointments. The experienced attorneys from Rudenberg & Glasser, P.A., share how to apply for a ...
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  • The Consequences of Pleading Guilty of a DUI

    If you’ve been charged with a DUI in Fort Lauderdale, you will likely face serious consequences including jail time, license suspension, and extensive fines. You will likely be facing charges if you had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of over .08% If your BAC was closer to .11%, your chance of conviction is almost certain. If you’re fairly sure that you’ll be convicted, you may consider pleading ...
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  • Things to Know After a Domestic Violence Arrest

    Domestic Violence is a serious charge to be accused of and can result in serious consequences. In the state of Florida, domestic violence means any assault, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated battery, sexual assault, stalking, kidnapping, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of one family or household member. If you have been accused of domestic violence, it is vital ...
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  • Common Mistakes That Occur During a DUI Arrest

    Everyone makes mistakes, even police officers. Police officers commonly make mistakes during DUI testing. If you have been charged with a DUI offense, your situation may seem hopeless, but you could have a way out. DUI stops have to follow strict protocol or the prosecution's case is weakened. Since officers often make mistakes during DUI tests, it is vital to contact an experienced DUI attorney ...
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  • Tips to Get Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed or Reduced

    If you’ve been charged with domestic violence, you’re facing serious penalties that can affect your ability to get a job, apply for housing, and have custody over your children. It is vital to contact a Fort Lauderdale domestic violence attorney as soon as possible to develop a strong case on your behalf. Although an attorney will be able to guide you through the process, there are things that you ...
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