Many people know that working in industries like construction or manufacturing can put Florida residents in danger of being injured while on the job. Recent events in Florida make it clear that being a tow truck driver is another very dangerous occupation as well.
As the holiday season kicks off, many law enforcement agencies in Florida and other public awareness groups often launch campaigns to encourge more people not to drink and then drive. The reason for this is simple. Drunk driving is dangerous. If you have ever wondered how many people die in drunk driving crashes, you are not alone.
If you have been arrested in the state of Florida, you may be concerned about how your criminal record will affect your future. Fortunately, you may have the opportunity to seal or expunge your record. Doing so may have a positive effect on your chances regarding employment, housing, loans, etc.
Florida residents had many things to watch in the recent election. In addition to national positions, a host of local and state issues were also on the ballot. One of these, Amendment 2, related to the legal use of marijuana for medicinial purposes.
Taking a field sobriety test after a traffic stop is an embarrassing event. You may be asked to perform awkward maneuvers on the side of the road while being videotaped by a camera in the police vehicle.
Have you been arrested and charged with a drunk driving offense in Florida? If so, you may understandably be scared and wondering what types of penalties you may face if you are convicted. In addition to the potential that you might be ordered to pay high fines or even spend time in jail, you might also be required to install and use an ignition interlock device in order to reinstate your right to drive again.
It may seem hard to believe, but in less than one week, people across Florida will head to the polls to cast their vote not just for president, but also for a host of other important political offices and constitutional amendments. Indeed, one ballot measure that both pundits and the populace alike will be eagerly watching is Amendment 2.