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Felony Battery Charges For Woman In Key West, FL “Zombie Ride” Incident

By Kevin J. Kulik |

An Australian tourist is facing serious charges after officials allege she attacked a rider in the annual Zombie Bike Ride along Duval Street in Key West, Florida. According to a report in the Miami Herald, witnesses said the 32-year-old woman was intoxicated when she shoved the victim off her bike and onto the street…. Read More »


Aggravated Manslaughter Charges For Polk County, FL Mom In Infant’s Death

By Kevin J. Kulik |

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office recently issued a press release in the case of a Florida mother charged in the death of her infant daughter. According to a report in the Daytona Beach News-Journal, the 19-year-old woman was arrested for Aggravated Manslaughter of a Child on October 19, 2017, approximately eight months after the… Read More »


Tiger Woods’ Plea Deal: Florida Diversion Programs

By Kevin J. Kulik |

In the most recent development in the criminal case against Tiger Woods, the celebrity golfer entered a guilty plea for reckless driving at a court hearing in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He was arrested on May 29 when police discovered him unconscious in his parked vehicle; the toxicology report revealed no alcohol in his… Read More »


Fighting Charges Of Drugged Driving (DUID) In Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik |

A man facing manslaughter charges for a fatal crash maintained his innocence at his first court appearance, arguing that he wasn’t impaired by consumption of marijuana in the April 2017 incident. The Ocala Star Banner reported on September 25, 2017 that the accused slammed his truck into the back of a car that was… Read More »


Fentanyl Dealers To Face Death Penalty Under New Florida Law

By Kevin J. Kulik |

On October 1, 2017, a Florida law went into effect that imposes criminal liability in a somewhat unusual way: Fentanyl, a potent and deadly opioid, will now be included in the state’s murder statutes, which means that a dealer can actually be convicted of homicide simply by selling the drug. The Orlando Sentinel reported… Read More »


Top 4 Reasons To Hire A Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer For A Traffic Violation

By Kevin J. Kulik |

Every year, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles prepares the agency’s Annual Uniform Traffic Citation Report. For 2016, the violations and dispositions statistics for Broward County show that: There were 80,098 tickets issued for speeding; Officers arrested 1,024 people for leaving the scene of an accident; Almost 3,500 people were arrested… Read More »


Florida Push To Add Political Affiliation As Hate Crime

By Kevin J. Kulik |

If a new bill proposed by state representative passes, there will be another offense added to the list of hate crimes in Florida: Acts of violence based upon political affiliation. According to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, the law is a response to a series of violent incidents across the US in recent months. State law… Read More »


Physical Factors And Field Sobriety Tests In Florida DUI Cases

By Kevin J. Kulik |

A Florida man faces multiple criminal counts after a stop for speeding led to charges for DUI, impersonating a police officer, and prohibited use of certain types of lights in a vehicle. The Palm Beach Post reported on the September 26, 2017 incident, when a Winter Gardens law enforcement officer observed a vehicle traveling… Read More »


Felony Complaints Outlining Fraud Charges Filed Against Nine Florida Gators

By Kevin J. Kulik |

Nine previously suspended players for the Florida Gators football team may now face felony charges, as official filed sworn complaints against them regarding a fraud ring. According to a September 25, 2017 report by Orlando’s News Channel 6, the documents will be forwarded to the State Attorney’s Office for a determination on whether to… Read More »


Case on Accuracy Of Blood Tests In DUIs Headed To Florida Supreme Court

By Kevin J. Kulik |

A highly publicized case involving a Palm Beach County millionaire and a DUI manslaughter charge will go to the Florida Supreme Court, challenging state rules on testing blood for alcohol levels. According to an August 28, 2017 report in the Orlando Sentinel, John Goodman is pursuing an appeal on his conviction in a 2010… Read More »

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