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Florida Court Rules that the Identity of the Defendant is not Necessary to Establish the Commission of a DUI

by Hanlon Law

It is axiomatic that the State cannot convict a person of a DUI based on suspicion alone. In other words, if the State lacks concrete evidence that a DUI  has been committed, a defendant cannot be found guilty of DUI. Recently, a Florida appellate court analyzed whether the identity of a DUI defendant is necessary to establish...

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Supreme Court Backs Privacy for Cell Phone Users

by Hanlon Law

The U.S. Supreme court recently bolstered personal privacy protections for anyone who owns a cell phone. The court’s new 5-4 ruling also clarifies some important safeguards for anyone facing Florida criminal charges (or elsewhere). The justices said that law enforcement officers generally need a warrant before they can obtain and search records showing when and where calls...

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Toxicology Questions in Florida DUI Cases

by Hanlon Law

A recent fatal DUI accident in North Florida is an unfortunate reminder of the risks that come with getting behind the wheel while intoxicated. The criminal conviction of a driver involved in the accident also shines a light on some of the legal issues related to proving impairment in cases in which a driver is allegedly under...

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