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 case of Lindsay Lohan is very well-known, and only skilled and experienced lawyers were able to keep her out of jail so far for a variety of criminal charges, including her alleged involvement in different traffic accidents, DUIs and fights.
More cases that are recent happened this weekend. For example, artists Chris Brown and Frank Ocean got into a fight over parking spaces, TMZ reports, and, as you know, traffic and parking disputes can quickly degenerate into huge fights, even gun use, and you can easily find yourself hit with a criminal charge. In this case, the recommendation is for you to avoid dealing on your own with police and the justice system, but rather get the advice of a knowledgeable criminal attorney.
A local South Florida incident reported in the local media involves rapper Rick Ross. A Rolls-Royce reportedly ridden by the rapper crashed into a building on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale early Monday, in an incident that involved a shooting. WSVN-Channel 7 reported that shots were fired at the Rolls before the car went into the building, the 1500 block of Las Olas. Police shut down traffic in order to investigate and look for gun shells, as well as discussed with Rick Ross.
As you can see, even celebrities can get in trouble for different reasons, including unexpected traffic incidents and accidents. However, they are aware that the advice of an experienced criminal attorney is always helpful and can prevent them from getting into even more trouble, no matter if we are discussing about a traffic accident, a DUI or DWI or a gun involved fight.
If you are charged with a crime in Broward County contact the Law Offices of R. David Williams, for a free consultation to discuss your rights.
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