Pinellas County Clerk of the Circuit Court to Host Virtual Operation Green Light Event

Operation Green Light is an annual driver’s license reinstatement event that allows eligible Pinellas County customers to pay overdue court and traffic fines while saving additional fees.

What to Do if Arrested for Carrying a Concealed Weapon in Florida?

If you’ve been arrested for carrying a concealed weapon in Florida, you could be facing severe penalties. These cases are taken seriously.

Resisting Arrest in Florida: What to Do Next?

Resisting arrest in Florida is a common crime used by the police. If you’ve been charged with resisting arrest, some steps can help save your future.

Will Disorderly Conduct in Florida Affect My Criminal Record?

Disorderly Conduct in Florida is a relatively minor crime that covers a range of offenses for people who have allegedly acted disruptively.

What Charges Could You Face for Being in a Bar Fight in Florida?

If you’ve been involved in a bar fight in Florida you may have committed a crime and face severe penalties. Bar fights are not uncommon.

What to Do if Charged With Reckless Driving in Florida?

If you've been charged with reckless driving in Florida, you could face severe consequences that can have a life-long impact.

Getting a Criminal Defense Attorney to Handle Your Case

Getting a criminal defense attorney to handle your case may be the difference between a hopeful future and one with a criminal record.

Wanted by the Police?

If you are reading this article, you may have an active arrest warrant. If law enforcement wants to find you, there are a number of ways they can do so.

Boating Under The Influence In Florida

Cruising the turquoise waters, fishing, jet skiing, and other boating activities often go together with the consumption of alcoholic beverages.

Arrested in St. Petersburg? What Happens Next?

This article has been written as a guide for navigating the criminal justice system in St. Petersburg. It will address what you can expect regardless of whether your charge is a misdemeanor or a felony.