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Potential Drunk Driving Penalties

There are multiple reasons that Florida residents might have a driver’s license suspended or revoked, and some of the causes for this involve alcohol. A license may be suspended when a person refuses to test for intoxication, and a revocation takes place if a conviction is obtained for driving while under the influence of alcohol.

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Study Shows the Importance of Rules in Curbing Underage Drinking

A new study reveals how important rules are in helping to prevent underage drinking in Pennsylvania and across the U.S. Underage drinking is linked to engaging in other high-risk behaviors, including drunk driving. By curbing underage drinking, it is also possible to reduce the number of underage drunk driving incidents.

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Complicity and Conspiracy

An accomplice to a Florida crime is as guilty as the actual perpetrator, and they both face the same punishment. Complicity, as well as aiding and abetting, are other terms for this. Conspiracy is not the same as complicity.

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Can Police Search Passengers in Traffic Stops?

Police sometimes ask to search passengers during traffic stops. Some passengers consent to searches, even though they are not legally required to if they have done nothing wrong.

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Florida Woman Charged with DUI After Driving the Wrong Way

Police say that a 45-year-old Florida woman was under the influence when she caused an accident after driving the wrong way on a busy road in Tampa on the evening of Aug. 12. Officers say that the Hillsborough County resident refused to submit to a breath test following the two-car crash, and she was subsequently taken into custody on charges including DUI and battery.

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Uber Availability Does Not Affect Drunk Driving Rates

Uber has long pointed to studies that it says shows that the availability of its services is correlated with a reduction in drunk driving deaths. Another study, however, shows there may not be a relationship after all.

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Reassessing Traffic Stops Can Prevent Racial Bias

Traffic stops are considered by some people to be little more than a frustrating inconvenience. However, not everyone sees them this way, particularly if you are someone who ended up facing serious criminal charges after a traffic stop.

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Think You Can Graduate from Criminal Mistakes? Think Again

Every college student knows that college life isn’t exactly easy. It is a time of discovery, uncertainty and transition between being a kid and becoming an adult. Unfortunately, too many people assume that college is an isolated time in life; that what we do and learn in college doesn’t necessarily follow us into the so-called real world.

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Drug Charges Could Hinge on Faulty Field Tests

When we take a test, whether it’s a blood test or an exam in school, we expect to receive results that tell us we are positive or negative, right or wrong. These results can be critical in what we know and what we do with that information, and we often don’t think that the integrity of the test could be compromised from the get-go.

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Do I Have to Take a Field Sobriety Test in Florida?

The field sobriety test is a test that motorists never want to take. Yet many people take these tests on the side of the road thinking that it is required of them. Legally, it is not.

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