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Retired Coral Springs Police Deputy Chief Accused of Punching 69-Year-Old Driver after Collision

Local 10 News reports on the arrest of a former Coral Springs police deputy chief after an altercation in a Home Depot parking lot. The arrest report states that Mark Haydu, 56, who retired from the Coral Springs Police Department in good standing seven years ago, was involved in a minor accident with an SUV. […]

How Can a Drug Conviction Affect My Future? Insights from a Fort Lauderdale Drug Lawyer

If you are facing drug charges in Florida, you may be concerned about the potential penalties of a conviction, which might include hefty fines and jail time. There are also long-term consequences of having a conviction on your criminal record. […]

By | June 1st, 2017|Categories: Criminal Defense|0 Comments

Prosecutors Accuse Mail Carrier of Redirecting Packages Containing Drugs

CBS Miami reports on a criminal case involving an ex-postal worker who has been charged with intent to distribute. Prosecutors have accused the former mail carrier of accepting money for redirecting packages that contained marijuana. […]

Is the Recreational Use of Marijuana Legal in Florida?

The possession and sale of marijuana is still illegal under federal law, but under state law, the drug is legal in some form in 26 different states and in Washington, D.C. If you want to avoid criminal charges related to marijuana, you need to understand the drug laws in Florida and in the states you visit. […]

What Aggravating Factors Can Affect the Severity of Drug Charges?

The criminal justice system is complicated, and the proceedings are often unpredictable. Although the state of Florida has mandatory sentences for convictions related to drug crimes, various aggravating factors can affect the consequences of a conviction. […]

By | April 20th, 2017|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: , , |0 Comments

What Constitutes Illegal Search and Seizure?

The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects individuals from unreasonable searches and seizures of their property by law enforcement personnel. A number of laws stem from the Fourth Amendment including those regarding safety inspections, surveillance and wiretaps, search warrants, and stop-and-frisks. […]

By | April 17th, 2017|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: , , , |0 Comments