Drunk driving is an all-too-common issue in Florida. In 2017, there were more than 43,800 tickets issued for driving under the influence (DUI) and more than 24,300 convictions for DUI, according to the Florida DMV. Those are some frightening numbers. If you received one of the more than 43,800 tickets given out then you will likely want to know the penalties you are facing.
One of the most common types of white collar crimes is that of embezzlement. Embezzlement occurs when a person entrusted with funds or other assets commits the theft of that money. This crime is most often committed in the corporate world. To take it one step further, accounting embezzlement is when the numbers are changed to hide the fact that money has been taken.
Traffic stops are one of the ways police officers in Florida attempt to remove impaired drivers from the roads. The other option is to operate a checkpoint for driving under the influence (DUI). If you are stopped for suspicion of DUI, you will be subjected to various field sobriety tests. Let's take a look at them in today's post so you know what to expect if this ever happens to you.
Assault is a serious crime that land you in jail for a long time if you aren't able to have the charges reduced or dropped. As you begin your fight against the assault charges levied against you, it's a good idea to review the assault laws that are in place in Florida. This should help you build a defense for your case.
Computer crimes are incredibly common these days and continue to expand in depth as more and more ideas hit the web. Those who have access to computers and a connection to the internet can commit a host of different computer crimes in Orlando. Let's take a look at some of the most common defenses to computer crime charges in the event you ever face these charges.
Like most people, you look forward to your paycheck. Seeing your hard work reflected in monetary compensation often makes your time at the office or other workplace worth your effort. Of course, also like many people, you may wish that you earned a bit more on that paycheck each week.