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Florida Lawmakers Seek to reduce Penalties for Juvenile Offenders through CitationsAs of February 2, 2017, Senate Bill 196 is circulating Florida's Senate. Senate Bill 196 aims to provide a less stringent alternative for juvenile offenders charged with minor or first-time offenses. Under Senate Bill 196's proposed penalties for eligible misdemeanors, juvenile offenders found committing any of the offenses provided under this Bill will be provided with a citation in lieu of an arrest… Read more
High School: Another Day, Another TemptationAuthor: Lourdes Valenzuela: : Leon High School senior and Pumphrey Law Firm Intern The average age for a first alcoholic drink in the United States is 13 years old. One may be thinking: "Why so young?" As a senior at Leon High School in Tallahassee, Florida, I will attempt to answer that troubling question. For a high school student, the need to feel accepted is fundamental in our everyday lives.… Read more
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Navigating Taylor: How Much Authority Does the FAA Have Over Hobby Drone Flights Jul 20, 2017 *Articles on this blog are not to be construed as legal advice, this warning is very predominantly displayed at the bottom of this page, but in this… read more
Intoxilyzer in Florida: What Do I Need To Know? Jul 17, 2017 What is an Intoxilyzer? The Intoxilyzer is a brand of evidential and preliminary breath alcohol measuring machines. Currently, Florida uses the Intoxilyzer… read more