The internet has been around for a couple of decades now and people are finding different ways to take advantage of it. By "taking advantage of it," we mean the many ways people can commit different crimes using the internet. There is a long list of internet crimes that are recognized by different law enforcement agencies in Florida and across the country. Let's take a look at some of those crimes in this post.
Being stopped for suspicion of drunk driving is stressful. Even if you've had a couple of drinks but you are not under the influence, you will still likely be very nervous. A very difficult situation to find yourself in is the DUI checkpoint that law enforcement officials operate every now and then in Orlando, Florida. These checkpoints are designed to get as many drivers off the road who might be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Like most adults in Florida, you likely have some idea about the Fourth Amendment and the fact that it protects your right to privacy. Beyond that, do know your rights, say, if a few police officers show up on your doorstep and ask you to allow them inside to have a look around? Such situations tend to make people quite nervous and they may misguidedly believe that because a police officer has made the request, they must comply.
Facing a weapons charge in Florida can be very daunting, especially if you have never been charged with such a crime. A common crime with a weapon is that of theft. Theft has been and will continue to be a common crime so long as people struggle to find work or battle an addiction. Here are some ways you can defend against theft charges in Orlando.
Getting behind the wheel of your car after you've been drinking is never a good decision. Sometimes you think that you haven't had too much to drink when in reality, you are above the legal limit. Other times, it's obvious you've had too much to drink, but you still make a bad decision. Either way, it's best to avoid driving after drinking so you don't find yourself facing driving under the influence charges in Florida.