CANNABIS - MARIJUANA LAW
New Florida laws have made the use of cannabis much more socially acceptable. It has also created a number of legal issues. Common sense would dictate that relaxed laws would result in fewer arrests. This could not be further from the truth. While most citizens are misinformed about the ins and outs of the new laws, so to are police officers.
The attorneys at Murphy’s Law Offices have taken advanced courses in Florida cannabis law.
We have close working relationships with dispensaries, physicians, and experts in the field. If you or someone you know has been arrested for any cannabis related offense, call Murphy’s Law Offices today for the best cannabis representation possible.
One of the most common causes of DUI arrest in Florida is the perceived presence of cannabis in the driver’s system. Unfortunately for the average defendant, a positive test results in some form of conviction. However, if you retain Murphy’s Law Offices, we implement a tried and true defense which may lead to the dismissal of the charges.
Attorney Jason S. Downs’s soon-to-be published article explains why the State’s testing methods do not meet the burden of proof to convict someone for a DUI based on the alleged ingestion of cannabis.
If you or someone you know has been arrested for DUI with cannabis in their system. call Murphy’s Law Offices today.
When you are charged with a crime, you want an AGGRESSIVE criminal defense attorney that will fight for your rights.
If you have ever been adjudicated guilty (or adjudged delinquent as a juvenile) of any misdemeanor or felony, then you will not be eligible to seal or expunge your DUI.
Many DUI officers claim that speeding is one of the factors suggesting the driver to be drunk.
After you are arrested for a Florida DUI and you blew over .08 or refused the breath test, likely the Brevard Law Enforcement Officer seized your Florida Driver’s License and the bad news is your driving privilege has been suspended.