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BUI in DeLand
BUI in DeLand

Since Florida has 1,350 miles of general coastline and another 8,436 miles comprised on other bodies of water, such as bays, creeks, rivers, and offshore islands, many residents and visitors alike take to the high seas to enjoy boating. Unfortunately, the state is the ...

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  • BUI in DeLand

    Since Florida has 1,350 miles of general coastline and another 8,436 miles comprised on other bodies of water, such as bays, creeks, rivers, and offshore islands, many residents and visitors alike ...

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  • Factors that Impact DUI Charges

    Many people think driving while under the influence (DUI) charges are cut-and-dry: if you’re over a 0.08% blood alcohol content (BAC,) you’ll get a DUI conviction, and that’s that. However, DUI ...

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  • Multiple DUIs Increase Potential Penalties

    A DUI charge can have severe penalties for the accused, and prior convictions only increase those potential penalties. In this blog post, a Florida DUI attorney examines how prior DUI convictions ...

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  • Child Support Shouldn’t Stop if Your Child Is Still in High School

    Generally, the Clerk of Court will stop assessing child support when your child turns 18. However, if they will still be in high school after their 18 th birthday, you can petition to have payments ...

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  • Love and Politics: When Politics Leads to Marital Strife

    Politics has long been a common source of disagreement among friends and partners, but in some cases, it takes a significant toll on the relationship. A recent news article recounts the story of a ...

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  • What Happens in Mediation?

    Standing before a judge and fighting with your ex-spouse is not an ideal situation for anyone. Mediation offers a nice alternative to the traditional divorce process by taking away the courtroom and ...

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