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Driving while intoxicated may cause accidents to happen along the road. There are three offenses when caught for a possible DWI charge. Peter M. Dennis, P. A. is the best DWI attorney in Fort Myers.
5/27/2019
A criminal law Fort Myers, Florida attorney may explain to you the key difference between murder and manslaughter. There are degrees of murder as per classification of committed crime.
5/27/2019
Sleeping in your car is not illegal, but depending on the circumstances. Consult a DUI attorney in Fort Myers for proper legal steps once you've charges.
4/17/2019
Florida laws provide for that the charge of DUI is not limited to the actual act of driving, but also to the operation or physical control of a vehicle under a certain degree of influence of alcohol.
3/22/2019
A head and spinal personal injury claim Fort Myers, FL can be filed in court against the alleged responsible individual or individuals. Consult Peter M. Dennis, P. A. in Fort Myers, FL.
3/11/2019
The top 5 most common work-related injuries employees should be aware of in order to claim their worker compensation benefit. Seek legal assistance from an expert attorney in Fort Myers & Cape Coral.
2/15/2019
Marijuana possession charges vary depending on the level of punishment of violations. You may be fine with jail imprisonment, fine and worst is felony. Consult the best attorney in Fort Myers.
2/15/2019
Be careful when crossing the pedestrian lane. There are lots of recorded pedestrian accidents in Florida. Seek an expert attorney to fight for your claim and help you get the justice you deserve.
1/21/2019
When you are driving under the influence of alcoholic drinks, once you are caught by the authority you will be charged accordingly. Consult an attorney, which specializes in DUI for proper guidance.
1/21/2019
Marijuana is legalized in Florida for medical use only and not for recreation. The punishment and penalties apply from minor to maximum charges against the offender.
12/18/2018
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