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Month: May 2020

The Return of Sports Means the Return of DUIs

Sports Are on the Rise & So Are DUIs Restaurants, retailers, parks, and sports are beginning to make a comeback in Miami, finally giving residents something to look forward to. Some sports athletes are beginning their training and competitions now, making thousands of fans enthusiastic about watching their favorite team and athletes on TV again. However, fans must wait until…

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What to Expect When Miami Reopens

It’s Not “Business as Usual” Quite Yet Cities within Miami-Dade County have slowly re-opened their doors, but strict rules apply in order to enforce safety while getting started with the “new normal.” Speaking of which, Miami-Dade County announced its Phase 1 plan on Monday, May 18th, which allows non-essential businesses to reopen under certain regulations under its New Normal Guide. Phase…

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Unsafe Driving on The Rise During COVID-19

Most major cities are experiencing a decrease in traffic due to mandated COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Thus, while people are staying home, roads and highways are much emptier, causing a surge in aggressive and unsafe driving. What’s interesting is that many drivers who are pulled over for traffic violations don’t even realize they were breaking the law. I understand this confusion…

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A Reminder on BUIs in Black Point Park & Marina After COVID-19 Reopening

As states and counties begin to open up from lockdown, parks, golf courses and marinas have been given a first shot at compliance with new regulations. Boating is a practically a religion for many South Florida residents and with recreational boating comes drinking alcohol. The Florida Wildlife Commission, along with local city and county police agencies, are not only being…

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Miami Curfew Order Violation Arrests

Stay Home or Risk Getting Locked Up On March 27th, the City of Miami ordered a strict curfew policy to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Residents must stay indoors from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. every night until further notice, and violators of the rule will be arrested by the City of Miami Police Department. To avoid encountering the police, which…

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