People in Florida who are charged with a driving under the influence offense need to gather information about their defense options but also about the potential penalties they may experience if they are ultimately convicted of the charge. As explained by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, one of these penalties may be the required installation and use of an ignition interlock device.
Prison guard abuse is an issue many might assume is no longer common in today's society; unfortunately, however, the problem persists in detention centers across the nation. Yet this problem is often a hidden one, making it all the more complex and dangerous. Families and friends, unaware of various forms of abuse that take place within prison walls, are horrified to find that their loved ones do not receive adequate protection and care. While mistreatment in Florida prisons can take many different forms, the reality that countless prisoners must face daily is one that cannot continue.
Domestic violence is a continuing problem in Florida, as it is across the nation. Sections 741.28-741.31 of the Florida Code define domestic violence as any kind of assault and/or battery, simple, aggravated or sexual, perpetrated by one family or household member against another that results in the victim’s physical injury or death. Domestic violence also can include stalking, false imprisonment, kidnapping, or threats of physical harm or death.