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February 2016 Archives

Florida felonies: Impersonating police a serious charge

A Florida man has been charged with impersonating police, which is a felony. Police arrested the 20-year-old as he was reportedly filming a music video. The incident took place on a recent Thursday morning. Those charged with felonies cannot be convicted unless prosecutors prove the formal accusations in court and beyond a reasonable doubt.

Man allegedly drives wrong way, faces drunk driving charges

One man in Florida was recently arrested after police said he was driving in the incorrect direction on the interstate. The alleged incident took place along Interstate 75 and is said to have been the result of drunk driving. It occurred in the morning hours on a Monday.

New device identifies drugs as drug charges on rise in Florida

Police said crimes involving drugs are growing exponentially in one Florida county. Back in 2011 in Martin County, 248 arrests on drug charges occurred, while the figure last year was 817. A new device is now being used to help address what police are calling a big drug problem in the Sunshine State, but this type of device may engender problems in terms of search and seizure laws.

What NOT to do during a DUI stop in Tampa

The most obvious way to avoid the consequences of a DUI is to not drink and drive. But, in reality, you don't have to be drunk to be arrested and convicted of drunk driving. In fact, many Tampa drivers who are not impaired make crucial mistakes that lead to their arrest and/or eventual conviction.

Man convicted on charges of manslaughter caused by drunk driving

In his second time going before a jury, one man was recently convicted of killing two individuals while driving under the influence in Florida. The conviction is the same result he got the first time he went before a jury. The man convicted of causing two deaths as a result of drunk driving is 35.

Woman accused of drunk driving, offering oral sex to deputies

One woman in Florida was recently taken into custody after police said she was driving under the influence. Authorities said she was also found to have drugs on her. Police said the woman, a 24-year-old university student, made her situation worse by offering oral sex to deputies in an effort to get the drunk driving and drug-related charges dropped.

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