DUI investigations in Broward County Florida have troubled Sergeants due to the time that it takes a detective to conduct an adequate investigation under Florida law. If you’ve been arrested for DUI, certain time limitations may apply regarding your ability to obtain a work purpose is driving permit According to attorney William R. Moore, investigations … Read more Broward DUI Task Force to install Intoxilyzer 8000s in Patrol Cars?
Criminal offenses such as DUI Manslaughter almost always include a civil lawsuit seeking damages from the offenders insurance company. In many instances however, the maximum policy limits do not fully compensate the victim’s family. Sometimes the offender didn’t carry automobile insurance at all. Establishing that restitution to the victim outweighs the need for a prison … Read more Avoiding a prison sentence through restitution
NHTSA seeks lower DUI limit as part of it’s Zero Alcohol Impaired Driving Fatalities campaign The National Highway traffic Safety Association is pushing to reduce the legal limit from .08 to .05 nationally over the next 10 years. The “Vision Zero” campaign seems to rival even MADD’s assault aimed at toughening drunk driving laws over … Read more .05 Legal Limit & Uber Rideshare Impact on DUI
If you hit a parked car and are unable to find the owner, most people understand the law to require that the driver at fault leave a note with his or her contact information. Under Florida law, however, this isn’t quite enough as Florida statutes require that the accident be reported to the local police … Read more Leaving the scene of an accident: Can I leave a note?
Criminal defense attorney William R. Moore discusses how changes to Florida law regarding DUI investigations and license suspensions may affect a drivers decision to submit to chemical testing when being investigated for driving under the influence. A driver’s decision whether or not to submit to the Intoxilyzer when under investigation for DUI in Florida may … Read more To blow or not to blow, that is the question in Florida DUI investigations