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  • CBD Legal? Illegal? Fact and Fiction A question that has come up to me recently is whether or not CBD oil is legal in the State of Florida.   This is a tough question to answer because state law and federal law seem to be at odds with each other throughout the country. Some can argue that state law does not endorse …
  • MUGSHOTS.COM Owner Arrested For years, this blog has been commenting on the problems with websites who obtain police booking photos and disseminating them for pecuniary gains. Mugshots.com owner, a Palm Beach County resident, was recently arrested for a violation of the California law prohibiting the tactics Mughots.com were implementing. If you are new to this, essentially when someone...
  • Drive Baked, Get Busted? Not really…. In this great story, by Wanda More, of WPTV News Channel 5, the reality behind the “Drive Baked, Get Busted” billboard on 95 is exposed.     Ms. Moore did an indepth investigation by interviewing the Martin County Sherrif William Snyder about the myth of DUI on Marijuana.   Additionally she sat with me to discuss legal defenses …
  • Apples to Oranges – the Dangers of Comparing Your Case to Another In today’s world, everybody is a comparison shopper. With the advent of the Internet, it takes all of about two seconds to find out where the best deal is. You can go online and compare store prices between all the big-box retailers. If you are going to buy a car, you can go to websites …
  • Marijuana, Theft, Underage Drinkers finally get breaks in Broward County Years after being behind in recognizing that many charges brought forth by the Office of the State Attorney in Broward County were a waste of taxpayer resources, a new civil citation program will be implemented throughout the county.   In this article, you can see the flawed effects of over prosecution on petty offenses. For example, …
  • Will the Judge Throw My Case Out at Arraignment in Florida? A common misconception I hear from potential clients is that a judge will look at their case at the arraignment and just “throw it out” based on their specific situation. This is simply not the case. In fact, the only way a judge can throw out a case (specifically a criminal case, not a civil …