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  • Petit (Petty) Theft on Black Friday

    Posted in Petit Theft/Grand Theft on December 3, 2013 by as-uXe9N2Au

    Businesses across the United States spent months gearing up for Black Friday. Not only did they ensure that they had all their wares marked down and ready to sell, but they also prepared for the inevitable onslaught of shoplifters trying to capitalize on the busy and overcrowded stores. To prevent shrinkage (losses due to theft) […]

  • Is driving with Google Glass Illegal?

    Posted in Traffic Cases on November 7, 2013 by as-uXe9N2Au

    Have you recently been involved in a car accident caused by distracted driving?  If you caused a motor vehicle crash, you’ll need to have an experienced Florida defense attorney on your side.  Many car accidents are caused nowadays by distracted driving, and Google’s most recent technology, Google Glass, might be at fault.  Google Glass is supposed to […]

  • A New Kind of Krokodil May Be Coming to Florida

    Posted in Drug Possession on October 4, 2013 by as-uXe9N2Au

    What do we know about this new flesh eating Krokodil? It first appeared in Eastern Russia in 2002 as a cheaper home-made alternative to heroin. It causes skin to deteriorate from the inside out. It’s deadly–in fact most people die within two to three years of using the drug. Its Krokodil (Russian for crocodile) and […]

  • Drug Related Deaths in Florida Drop by 9% in 2012

    Posted in Drug Possession on October 1, 2013 by as-uXe9N2Au

    Last year, 8, 330 people died in Florida in as a result drug use. If the number appears high–it shouldn’t. The state actually saw a 9% decrease in the amount of drug related deaths this year than in 2011 where the number was 9,135. The data was collected and released by the Florida Medical Examiners Commission. According, […]

  • Fake Drugs Bring Real Life Consequences in Florida

    Posted in Drug Possession on September 20, 2013 by as-uXe9N2Au

    Synthetic drug possession and use is a growing phenomenon in Florida. These are drugs that are designed to mimic the effects of amphetamines, cocaine, marijuana, ecstasy and other illegal drugs. The drugs are primarily sold in retail stores or online and are marketed under names such as “incense,” “potpourri,” “K2,” “spice,” and “bath salts.” The […]