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

DUI

What is a DUI?

Under Florida law, a DUI means “driving under the influence”.

Under Florida law, a DUI means “driving under the influence”. It must be proven that your “normal faculties” were impaired due to an unlawful blood alcohol or breath alcohol level. In the state of Florida, this is a .08 and above. Depending on the severity of the situation, the accused may incur fines, community service requirements, probation, and imprisonment.

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A single mistake does not need to define the rest of your life. A DUI in Florida is a serious matter that requires the skill and experience of our lawyer in Tampa. We will guide you through the legal process and work around the clock to get you the outcome you deserve.

Civil v Criminal Cases

With a DUI comes two separate cases – a civil one and a criminal one. The criminal case will handle the charges made against you while your driver’s license suspension will be taken care of in civil. You have just 10 days to deal with your license after your arrest, with your citation serving as a 10-day driving permit. During this time, you can request a formal review hearing or a hardship permit. After those 10 days, you may be subjected to longer consequences.

The Types of DUI

Civil Case

Criminal Case

DUI (1st, 2nd, 3rd offenses, etc.)

DUI involving property damage / Injury

Refusal to submit to testing

DUI penalties

Boating under the influence

Plus More!

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Have You Received a DUI in Florida?

If you’ve received a DUI in Florida, then it’s time you call on a traffic attorney in Tampa. Our team at McCulloch Law will work to protect you with exemplary representation. So, contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you.

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