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Best Ways To Avoid A DUI On Halloween

First and foremost, drink responsibly.
If you do drink…don’t drive.
Don’t do drugs—prescription ones count, too.
Have a designated driver who doesn’t drink at all
Use a car service, such as Uber, Lyft, or call a taxi.

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DUI Appeals Process

The Appellate Rule of Procedure 9.140 sets forth the proceedings for appeals in the state of Florida. An appellate court’s main function is to determine whether a trial court committed legal error. Therefore, the appeals process is ensuring a fair process to every individual.

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Prevent Going To Jail

If an individual is convicted of a DUI offense, the judge has some flexibility on sentencing. However, sometimes the judge has no other choice but to throw you in jail, especially on a second offense.

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Top 10 DUI Mistakes To Avoid

When you get a DUI it can be a very scary and stressful experience. This is why when people are in that situation they often make mistakes that can end up harming their case.

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DUI Sealing And Expungement

Once arrested for DUI, life gets much more difficult with a criminal record hanging over your head. It’s harder to get a job, good housing, and more. A fresh start is possible if you qualify to have a past Florida criminal record expunged or sealed. This is not an automatic nor quick process, but it is a worthwhile one.

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The DUI Eraser

ou are facing a DUI issue, hiring a good DUI lawyer is the first step to potentially erase your DUI. The only way to guaranty a “DUI eraser” is by not drinking and driving.

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Get DUI Help Now

Navigating the criminal court process can be daunting in any case, but is especially so in DUI cases.

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Defending a DUI Case in Florida

The defense of a DUI case begins long before the trial. In fact, the defense of a DUI case should begin immediately after arrest because of the limited amount of time within which to work before speedy trial time periods expire. For most DUI cases, the speedy trial time period is 90 days from arrest, but for a felony DUI case, the State has 180 days to bring the case to trial.

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Back On Track DUI Program

The Back on Track Program in Miami-Dade County is supervised by Court Options to allow some first time offenders to have their DUI charged reduced to a Withhold of Adjudication for Reckless Driving, helping first-time offenders avoid a Miami DUI conviction. It is offered by the Office of the State Attorney.

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Appeals Process

The Appellate Rule of Procedure 9.140 sets forth the proceedings for appeals in the state of Florida. An appellate court’s main function is to determine whether a trial court committed legal error. Therefore, the appeals process is ensuring a fair process to every individual.

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