Monthly Archives: May 2018

What is Consent

In a DUI case can law enforcement obtain a blood sample without your consent In certain circumstances, the answer may be yes.  In Aguilar v. State, 43 Fla.L.Weekly D179a (3rd DCA 2018), Juan Aguilar appeals a conviction for DUI crimes DUI Manslaughter, DUI with a person or property damage, and DUI causing serious bodily injury, [...]

Criminal Defense, Drug crimes|

Florida Eyewitness Laws

New laws in Florida on using eyewitnesses Recently, a new law went into effect in Florida regarding eyewitness identification in criminal cases.  Florida Statutes section 92.70 is called the Eyewitness Identification Reform Act “EIRA.” If you have a criminal case where an eyewitness has identified you, it is very important that these procedures were followed [...]

Appeals, Criminal Defense|

DUI and Window Tinting

How window tinting can affect your DUI case Florida Statute 316.2953 provides the law on window tinting and what is legal in the State of Florida.  It states that “a person shall not operate any motor vehicle on any road on which vehicle the side wings and side windows on either side forward of or [...]

Appeals, Criminal Defense, DUI Defense|
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