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Month: September 2014

DUI suspicion

How does a suspicion of a DUI start and what is the outcome? As we know a DUI represents the act of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. An officer can stop anyone, anytime, they suspect a driver to be under the influence. When the officer pulls over the...

Caught on camera burglarizing home

Video rarely lies, but that doesn't mean your defense simply rests.Police in Winter Park, FL, are searching for a man they claim burglarized a home. He was able to leave the scene of the alleged crime by driving through the front yard and speeding off. According to...

DUI Checkpoints All Over Orlando

Even if you've only had a couple of beers at a bar, you still need to be extra careful the minute you start driving your car. Cops are out there looking for you to slip up. Driving over the speed limit; not coming to a full stop at a stop sign; failing to use your...

Vandalism charge

Vandalism sounds like a minor criminal offense, but that depends on the actual crime. Over in Daytona Beach, FL, police arrested a man for beating an ATM with a hatchet. You certainly don't hear that everyday. His alleged act of vandalism occurred early this past...

The High Price for Shoplifting

When we think about the crime of shoplifting, we usually think about small inexpensive items being taken out from a store. But what happens when you are charged with shoplifting items that cost tens of thousands of dollars? A former NBA player is currently facing this...

Mortgage Fraud

What exactly is a "mortgage fraud charge"? While the whole process might seem vague to some, the government is certainly cracking down on the "crime". It can be seen as a criminal action when there is intent to misrepresent or omit information on a mortgage loan...

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