State of Florida vs. J.R.M.

Charge: Possession of Heroin
Outcome: Dismissed by Motion to Dismiss

State of Florida vs. O.A.

Charge:
Battery on a Pregnant Female
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. J.E.C.

Charge:
Trafficking in Amphetamines
Outcome:
Dismissed

State of Florida vs. N.P.B.

Charge:
Child Abuse
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. C.P.

Charge:
Burglary of a Conveyance
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. R.M.

Charge:
5th (DUI) with Damage/Injury
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. S.C.M.

Charge:
Possession of cocaine
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. L.D.R.

Charge:
(DUI) Above .15
Outcome:
Case Dismissed by Motion

State of Florida vs. F.S.H.

Charge:
Resisting Officer with Violence
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. V.A.S.

Charge:
2nd DUI within 5 Years
Outcome:
Case Dismissed by Motion

Know Your Rights Blog

Navigating the legal waters can become overwhelming for those who don’t know their rights. Our blog is here to provide you with useful information that can better your knowledge of Florida law. And, should you have any questions regarding your specific case or situation, please contact our team at McCulloch Law.

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