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Calculating the True Cost of a Florida DUI Conviction

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

gh you probably know that you will be fined for a Florida DUI conviction, you may also be paying additional costs you did not expect. Florida’s statute on driving under the influence outlines the various penalties, but it does not provide details on additional expenses. A Florida DUI defense attorney can explain the extensive… Read More »

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Tricky Interrogation Tactics Used by Florida Police

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Police, investigators, detectives, and other law enforcement officers get considerable training on how to be effective at their jobs. An entire curriculum is dedicated to educating police on how to question citizens in connection with criminal activity, before arrest and after you have been officially charged. As you may know, certain interrogations are prohibited… Read More »

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Florida Drunk Driving Laws for Commercial Drivers (CDL)

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Florida laws are harsh on driving under the influence (DUI) for all motorists, but they are even more severe when the driver holds a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). If you operate a semi truck, you are held to a higher standard because of the size of the vehicle and the potential to cause devastating… Read More »

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What to do if Florida Police Arrest You at Your Home

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

In an encounter with police while you are in your car or a public place, officers need probable cause to arrest you. The laws are very different, however, if you are arrested at your home or business. The US and Florida Constitutions both prohibit unreasonable searches and seizures unless police have a warrant supported… Read More »

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Lawmakers To Revisit Bill To Decriminalize Marijuana In Florida

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

A group of Florida lawmakers remains undaunted on the topic of marijuana decriminalization, as they are refilling legislation to reduce penalties for personal use after it did not pass during the last legislative session in 2017. A January 5, 2018 article from Jacksonville, FL based First Coast News reported that the new bill would… Read More »

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“Forced Accompaniment”: SCOTUS Upholds and Applies 1934 Dillinger Law

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

The way in which our legal system works, on the most basic level, is that there are a series of laws that are built around the way in which our civil society reacts to moral and ethical indicators, and as society progresses, our laws reflect that change. This concept of constant legal change to… Read More »

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Civil Commitment: A Violation of Due Process Rights?

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

On October 1, 2014, a significant number of state bills signed by Governor Rick Scott went into effect. One of the packages of bills that recently went into effect will have a significant impact on sexual offenders residing within the state and future offenders. Civil Commitment: October 2014 Amendment The first bill, Senate Bill… Read More »

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