Accusations of white collar criminal activity are serious. Even the suggestion of financial crimes can be enough to ruin your reputation, compromise your future career opportunities and bring other implications to your life. If you are facing charges or are under investigation for any type of fraud, it is in your interests to act immediately to start developing an effective defense strategy.
Police officers have a duty to try to keep the streets safe. Spotting drunk drivers and getting them off the road is one way they can do this. In order to conduct a traffic stop for the suspicion of drunk driving, the officer has to have reasonable suspicion to believe that the driver is impaired.
White collar crimes can lead to very serious penalties. In many cases, there is a lengthy paper trail present. If you are facing this type of charge, you need to seek out legal assistance as early as possible. In some cases, a person's desire to be found not guilty might result in them doing things, such as trying to cover evidence, that can lead to more criminal charges.
A 19-year-old student at the University of Central Florida in Orlando was arrested recently when police found a fully automatic AR-15 in his car. The car was parked in the lot at his on-campus dorm, according to authorities.
In a recent blog post, we discussed the case of the man who is being returned to Florida from Ireland to face criminal charges for an accident that claimed the life of a passenger in his Maserati. Authorities noted that the man was intoxicated when the accident occurred. His case brings up an important point – you can't just ignore drunk driving charges and think that they will go away. We are here to help you address these charges.