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Drinking and Driving is a Hazardous Combination

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            Despite efforts by countless awareness programs, drinking and driving remains a serious, punitive offense in the state of Florida. Though progress has been made since the rampant DUI ...

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How You Can Get Rid of Your Criminal Record

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        How You Can Get Rid of Your Criminal Record With a criminal record, many opportunities that may otherwise be open to someone with your knowledge, skills, and talents may not be possible.  In this ...

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3 Reasons Your Child Needs an Attorney Present When Talking to Police

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Children and juveniles can be placed in a vulnerable position when questioned by law enforcement officers.  Before you permit your child to be questioned by law enforcement officers, please consider the following, based on ...

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When to talk to the police.

Should I Talk to the Police?

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In this post, West Palm Beach criminal defense attorney Kelly V. Landers discussed three client examples to help the reader understand the wisest course of action when talking with law enforcement officers. Most attorneys ...

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Lady Justice

Five Questions to Stop Asking Your Defense Attorney

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There are very few absolutes in life. Remember the old adage “There’s no such thing as a stupid question”?  There are exceptions.  If you’re from New Jersey, you know precisely what I’m talking about (“What ...

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This Week in 1963: Assistance of Counsel Held a Fundamental Right

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        Clarence Earl Gideon, an unlikely hero, circa 1961. On March 17, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! On March 18, 1963, Gideon v. Wainwright  was decided, held:  Assistance of Counsel is a ...

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Silence is golden.

Three Reasons to Use Your Right to Remain Silent

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Whether you are a witness or are suspected of a crime, always exercise caution when speaking to the police.  Following are three reasons to use your right to remain silent. 1.  Words are often misunderstood.  Have you ever ...

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Search Warrant

Can the Police Search My Home Without a Warrant?

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Can the police search my home without a warrant? Anyone who is familiar with the U.S. Constitution would emphatically say no to this question, as the Fourth Amendment protects private citizens from unreasonable searches and ...

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Justice is Blind

Attorney Q&A: Domestic Battery

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West Palm Beach criminal defense attorney Kelly V. Landers answers questions about domestic battery charges. Mr. Landers has more than 23 years of experience in handling domestic violence cases. What is “battery”? In ...

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If you drink, please don't drive

What You Need to Know if You’ve Been Arrested for DUI

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If you have been recently arrested for DUI, you will have many concerns. Foremost, you’ll likely be wondering if you can continue to drive. Prior to July 1, 2013, the answer was no. The state of Florida has now changed this ...

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