Same Sex Divorce Action Dismissed by Florida Judge
Tue, Jul 29, 2014
A judge in Hillsborough County, Florida has refused to enter a divorce decree for a couple because the State constitution and its statutes do not recognize same-sex marriages. The same-sex couple was legally married in Massachusetts but now reside in... Read More
Evictions: How Fast Does the Clock Tick?
Thu, Jun 12, 2014
When a property owner seeks to evict a tenant they always want to know how long the process will take. For most, the initial impression is that the entire action takes approximately forty-eight hours, or that an eviction is as simple as changing the... Read More
Florida and Over-Criminalization
Mon, Apr 14, 2014
I read with interest the attached article from Daniel McCarthy, who is with the Center for Florida Tax Reform, Department of Social Justice. I encourage you to read it as well. In his article, Mr McCarthy highlights what many attorneys and others i... Read More
As a criminal defense attorney
Wed, Jan 29, 2014
As a criminal defense attorney I hear the above statement at least a few times a week. The truth of the matter is that if the criminal allegations and charges are dismissed by the prosecutor, that is great, but the information pertaining to the arre... Read More
Keep on Truckin’....
Tue, Sep 17, 2013
Effective July 1, 2013, Florida Law 322.2615 was amended and now provides that, in certain circumstances, a driver who is facing an administrative suspension of his or her driving privileges due to a first time arrest for a driving under the influenc... Read More