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The Implications of House Bill 49 (on the Retail Sale of Smoking Pipes/Devices) after July 1, 2013 New Florida Legislation will affect the ability to sell certain smoking pipes/devices under the retail tobacco product dealers’ exception provided in section 569.0073, Florida Statutes, after the new law (HB 49) pertaining to the retail sale of “drug more »
Have you been arrested in Florida? Your mug shot is probably still online. I get a few calls every week from former clients whose cases I’ve actually gotten dismissed, or even sealed/expunged, who can still find their arrest photos online. These are decent people who have been fired from jobs because their employer randomly decided more »
Prescription drug abuse kills more than 7 people in Florida every day. In 2010 there were 2,710 prescription drug deaths in Florida, with Oxycodone causing almost 3 times as many deaths as cocaine and heroin combined. In an effort to stem this public health crisis, Florida enacted tough new laws in 2011 aimed at strengthening more »
States all over the country have enacted anti-hazing laws aimed at putting an end to this age old college rite of passage. Florida’s anti-hazing law went into effect in July 2005. Since then, Tallahassee has criminally prosecuted hazing cases involving students from Florida A&M University (FAMU) and Florida State University (FSU). Two of the FAMU more »