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3 Defense Strategies Against Racketeering Charges in Florida

Being charged with racketeering is a serious and alarming situation. Racketeering involves participating in an illegal business or scheme for profit, often associated with organized crime. Under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, federal and Florida laws impose harsh penalties for such activities. The charges can involve various crimes over an extended period, ...
by Thomas Feiter - June 11th, 2024

What Are Your Phone Call Rights After an Arrest in Florida?

Being arrested can be a distressing experience, leaving you feeling isolated and anxious. In such moments, it is critical to contact friends or family to inform them about your situation and arrange for help. Connecting with loved ones can also provide practical assistance, such as securing legal representation or arranging bail. Having an experienced criminal ...
by Thomas Feiter - June 07th, 2024

How to Defend Against Reckless Driving Charges in Florida

Whenever you get behind the wheel, you should do everything in your power to keep yourself and those around you safe. Florida law prioritizes the safety of its citizens on the road by punishing drivers when they commit reckless driving. If you have been charged with reckless driving, you can defend yourself with the help ...
by Thomas Feiter - May 30th, 2024

Changes to the Racing Statute

The legislature has enacted new laws designed to crack down on coordinated street takeovers that will be taking effect on July 1, 2024.  We have all heard of groups of 10 or more 2-wheeled and 4-wheeled souped up vehicles driving through downtown, making as much noise as possible and drawing a crowd.  Well, the legislature ...
by Jessica Travis - May 28th, 2024

How to Handle a Vehicle Search After a Florida Traffic Stop

If a police officer stops your vehicle, the interaction might result in a search. While the police officer may ask to search your vehicle, you are allowed to refuse consent to a search. On the other hand, the police officer may have probable cause to search your vehicle and proceed without your consent. Whether the ...
by Thomas Feiter - May 26th, 2024

Everything You Need to Know about Defending Against Uber or Lyft Sexual Assault Charges

Rideshare companies, such as Uber and Lyft, have become popular since their inception nearly two decades ago. Many people trust that their Uber or Lyft driver will safely take them from one place to another. Unfortunately, not all situations are ideal, and inappropriate interactions between drivers and passengers can occur. Some Uber and Lyft drivers ...
by Thomas Feiter - May 24th, 2024

What Florida Law Enforcement Officers Look For to Make a DUI Traffic Stop

Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a severe offense in Florida. Law enforcement officers always look for signs that a driver may be impaired and won’t hesitate to make a traffic stop if they observe many behaviors. In fact, according to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV), law ...
by Thomas Feiter - April 22nd, 2024

Expungement and Record Sealing in Florida: Clearing Your Criminal Record

An arrest record can significantly impact many aspects of your life, including job opportunities, educational pursuits, housing possibilities, and overall reputation. Expungement of a criminal record offers a fresh start, enabling you to confidently answer “no” when questioned about past arrests on various applications. At Fighter Law, we assist clients throughout Florida with criminal defense ...
by Thomas Feiter - April 21st, 2024
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