Blog Posts in December, 2012

Naples Police officer arrested for a DUI

A Naples police officer was arrested for a DUI and resisting an offcer on December 17, 2012. After being pulled over, officer Michael Little admitted to drinking a few beers. The deputy then called ...
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Boston police officer deemed hero

A Boston police officer bravely entered the fridged waters of Boston harbor to save a woman who was clinging to a small raft. The episode was captured on video. Officer Edward Norten did not hesitate ...
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DUI breathalyzer arguements postponed by supreme court

The supreme court recently ruled that oral arguments against the maker of Florida's only approved intoxilyzer will be delayed until February 5, 2013. CMI, Inc. is the company that makes the ...
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Fort Myers DUI checkpoint planned this weekend December 14th and 15th

The Lee county Sheriff office is conducting a sobriety checkpoint the weekend of December 14th and 15th. They are conducting a checkpoint at undisclosed locations all over the county until January 1, ...
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As Colorado and Washington legalize marijuana, what is next?

An interesting debate. I wonder if more and more states keep legalizing marijuana, if it will eventually be legal everywhere. I believe it will eventually come down to money. If a state close in ...
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A Closer Look at Your Trusted Criminal Defense Attorney

You see those bright lights flashing, feel the cuffs lock around your wrists, and you can hear the officers tell you the Miranda Rights, and surely enough you are taken into the local police station ...
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