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A DUI checkpoint can be a turning point

You see the signs and lights ahead and realize you are stuck. There is a DUI roadblock, and you can't turn back. Maybe you had a couple of beers earlier in the evening, and you're sure police will smell it on your breath. If they do, what will happen? Will they arrest you? Will they search your car? If they do, what will they find? Are checkpoints even legal?

Assault? Battery? Do you know of which crime you've been accused?

Finding yourself in a heated situation can cause you to feel a variety of emotions. You may feel afraid because the incident has escalated more quickly than anticipated, and you may also feel uncertain as to the best way to handle the predicament. Unfortunately, heated arguments or other incidents can sometimes turn dangerous or violent, and the authorities could become involved.

Charged with DUI while vacationing in Florida

Florida is a beautiful state with miles of beaches and various forms of entertainment available for people of all ages. As such, it is a popular vacation destination for couples, families and even single travelers. However, what happens if, while vacationing here, you are ultimately arrested and charged with DUI after spending a night on the town?

Don't let your firearm trigger problems on the flight you booked

Whether you're a full-time resident in Florida or just passing through for business reasons or personal vacationing, you may be one of thousands who use flight services at one of the state's many airport facilities. It's no secret airports can be crowded, noisy, busy places that often contain groups of stressed out, frustrated people who are trying to reach their destinations to no avail when airlines cancel or delay flights, or when desk attendants make ticketing errors.  Most airports advertise positive customer service experiences.

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