Determining how long your DUI case in Pinellas County will take is affected by the severity of your charges. Here is an overview of how long a case takes:
After an arrest in Florida, you don’t automatically get a [...]
This article will discuss what you need to do in order to have the CAM (continuous alcohol monitors) or GPS (global positions systems) ankle monitor removed.
If you were arrested at a DUI checkpoint in Pinellas County, it must have met the regulations for the stops in order to be legal.
If you've been arrested in Florida, then your out-of-state driver's license could be suspended or revoked even before a conviction.
We urge you to contact our DUI defense lawyers for swift action, whether it's clearing your name, reducing your penalties or saving your license.
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department will be out in force during this year's Memorial Day weekend, making the chance of getting stopped for a DUI higher.
Preparing for a DUI arraignment can get your DUI defense off on the right foot and help you avoid life-changing mistakes.
Knowing these top 10 Florida DUI myths may allow you to realize that you can challenge the arrest, or avoid making a costly and life-changing mistake.
If you've been arrested while driving a golf cart in Pinellas County, please contact our Pinellas County criminal defense attorneys.