Florida Highway Patrol announced that the number of hit-and-run crashes has significantly increased in Florida during the last two year. “Hit-and-run crashes are a growing problem in Florida,” said FHP Director, Col. David Brierton in an FHP Press Release. Florida had approximately 70,000 hit-and-run crashes in 2012, which determined Florida law enforcement agencies and FDOT […]
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If you have been arrested for DUI and it is either your third or subsequent DUI, or there are serious injuries to or death of another involved, it is likely that your DUI will be charged as a felony. This becomes a much more serious charge than a misdemeanor DUI, and the potential punishments are much greater. If you are charged with felony DUI in Dade, Broward, or Palm Beach Counties, call an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you with your case. David Williams has been handling DUI cases in Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties for more than 15 years.
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A felony DUI can be extremely severe with regard to the range of punishments that the State Attorney’s Office will be looking to give. These can range from jail time up to a significant amount of prison. Do not leave a serious felony like this to an inexperienced attorney. Call David Williams at 954.522.9997 for a free consultation to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of your felony DUI case.
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According to the State Justice Department, in Florida in 2012 there were 61,852 arrests stemming from driving under the influence (DUI). Given the common occurrence of this type of legal problem, our criminal defense team in Broward presents a few key points related to DUI. Driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages, chemical substances or […]
While many drivers feel that nothing bad can happen to them as long as they are good drivers, experienced criminal lawyers like us know many examples of good and innocent drivers getting involved in criminal situations, or drivers under the influence involved in accidents without their fault. Even celebrities are not excused from this. The […]
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) just issued a public advisory on Friday regarding Sunday’s Super Bowl, urging people to celebrate responsibly and to never drive drunk. This year, the Super Bowl will be played Sunday in New Orleans between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers and, as always, it is recommended […]
According to the National Highway Safety Administration, more than 10,000 people die each year in alcohol related traffic accident, approximately one individual every hour. While law enforcement are always running campaigns to prevent DUI related incidents, especially around holidays such as the spring break, St. Patrick’s Day and Easter, there are still many individuals who […]
The National Transportation Safety Board is moving to ask for tougher regulations regarding drinking and driving. In this context, our Fort Lauderdale DUI defense lawyer recommends that any driver pay attention and use common sense when drinking and driving, in order to avoid DUI accusations and even more serious criminal offenses. According to CNN the […]
In a previous blog post of our criminal defense team in Broward we discussed the penalties for being found guilty of driving under the influence (DUI). Today we discuss other key elements, such as the Chemical or Physical Test Provisions (Implied Consent Law) regulations. For example, the refusal to submit to a breath, urine, or […]
The Supreme Court ruled this month that police should seek warrants before testing the blood of drivers suspected of DUI, making this way more difficult the authorities work and increasing the rights of those suspected of DUI. Therefore, if you find yourself the subject of a DUI situation, make sure you know your rights and […]
Florida State law enforcement agencies are getting together to urge spring breakers to not forget the elementary rules of safety, according to a news release by Florida Highway Patrol. Law enforcement officials warn about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, and note that throughout the month of March, law enforcement […]