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5 Things You Did Not Know about DUI Cases

By Stephen M. Barbas |

You may believe that you are sufficiently informed regarding driving under the influence (DUI) charges to fight one on your own.  That would likely be a mistake.  DUI cases can be quite complex, and an experienced DUI lawyer can assist you.  Here are five things you may have never known about DUI cases. You… Read More »

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Rules of the Court

By Stephen M. Barbas |

For many first time defendants, the idea of appearing before a court can be a daunting and nerve-wracking one.  Even loved ones of a defendant can experience confusion and discomfort in assisting with defending charges and appearing in court.  However, the rules of the courtroom are actually fairly simple, and a little familiarity with… Read More »

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Florida Cocaine Laws

By Stephen M. Barbas |

Florida’s location at the southern tip of the country has made it somewhat of a popular spot for the importation of drugs, particularly for cocaine. The 1980s in Florida saw kilograms of cocaine drifting into Miami, along with finances and kingpins that eventually helped build the skyline of the city. And while the presence… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Florida DUIs

By Stephen M. Barbas |

Driving under the influence in Florida can carry heavy penalties. How does Florida define driving under the influence, what penalties exactly might an intoxicated driver face, and what happens to drivers of commercial motor vehicle licenses after a DUI charge? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Florida DUIs, along with… Read More »

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Florida Theft Laws

By Stephen M. Barbas |

In the state of Florida, “theft” is a general term that applies to a wide variety of property crimes and offenses, including misappropriation, conversion, larceny, stealing, etc. Generally, theft is simply taking or using someone else’s property without permission or authorization to do so. It requires intent to take or use the property and… Read More »

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Were Your Rights Violated? A Checklist

By Stephen M. Barbas |

If you have been accused of committing a crime, you still have several rights that cannot be violated by law enforcement. Police, purposefully or not, can make accused individuals feel helpless or coerced into cooperating with their investigation, even if doing so is against your best interests and even if your rights say otherwise…. Read More »

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