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Month: October 2016

FAQs About Miami’s Back on Track Program

Were you, or someone you care about recently arrested for driving under the influence in Miami-Dade County? If so, you may have heard about the Back on Track DUI program, but you may not know much if anything about it. In the face of DUI charges, the Back on Track program can be an important and valuable way to avoid the stigma…

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Ignition Interlock Locations in Miami

With DUI enforcement on the rise and courts taking a more measured approach to treating offenders and keep them from re-offending, ignition interlock devices are becoming more and more popular as a sentencing tool. Below is a list of private companies that install ignition interlock devices in Miami: Ciro’s Auto Sound and Security, 340 NW 22nd Avenue, Miami FL 33125;…

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Miami’s Criminal Courts

If you are facing criminal charges in Miami-Dade County for the first time, you probably have a lot of questions about Florida’s criminal justice system – and that is understandable! In order to help you better understand how the state classifies criminal offenses and how there are separate criminal courts, I’m going to shed some light on these subjects. If you have…

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Unlawful Driving After a Miami DUI

After someone is convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) under Sec. 316.193 of the Florida Statutes, they will face a series of penalties, such as: 50 hours of community service, a fine ranging from $500 to $2,000, DUI School, up to 9 months in jail, up to one year driver’s license revocation, and probation. If the driver was convicted…

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DUI Accidents With Property Damage in Miami

Alcohol plays a significant role in American society. Often, we celebrate birthdays, holidays, work promotions, and marriages with plenty of food and alcoholic beverages. After all, alcohol has been one of the most popular drinks worldwide for thousands of years; no wonder why it’s so popular. Alcohol wasn’t such a big deal before we had motor vehicles, but now that…

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