In Florida, Brevard County residents who find themselves facing criminal charges related to impaired driving while in possession of a controlled substance may be interested in a case that is unfolding on the opposite side of the state. According to media sources, two...
Month: May 2016
U.S. Supreme Court Expands Hacking Powers
The U.S. Supreme Court has recently approved a rule change that allows law enforcement officers to search computers remotely from around the world. Before this rule change, magistrate judges could only order searches within the jurisdiction of their court, which is...
AAA study says marijuana impairment tests flawed
As marijuana is legalized in more and more states, Florida residents may wonder what methods law enforcement officers will use to determine if drivers are impaired by the drug. Currently, six states have marijuana tests for drivers, but, according to a study by AAA,...
More DUI problems for Justin Blackmon
Justin Blackmon, who has been suspended from the Jacksonville Jaguars since 2013, will be sentenced in June after pleading guilty to misdemeanor DUI charges from an incident in December. Florida football fans may now that it is the third time he has been charged in an...
Woman faces drug charges after traffic stop
A 31-year-old Florida woman was arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop in Citrus County on April 22. According to authorities, she was hiding marijuana, methamphetamine and Xanax in a body cavity.The woman, who is a convicted felon, was a passenger in car...