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  • 30 January, 2015

    Understanding Florida’s Ignition Interlock Laws

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    In some states across the nation, ignition interlock devices are required for anyone who has been convicted of a DUI. Florida is not included among these states, but ignition interlock laws do exist. What Is An Ignition Interlock? This device is a type of breathalyzer that attaches to our dashboard. In order to start your vehicle, you must blow into the mouthpiece and register below the restricted level.…

  • 29 January, 2015

    Pedestrian Struck by Unlicensed Driver

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    ESCONDIDO, Ca – Early Saturday morning, an Escondido man was walking along East Valley Parkway when he was struck and injured by a 17-year-old Valley Center teenager. The male teen, driving a red Chevy pickup truck, was heading west on East Valley Parkway just before 5 a.m. The boy appears to have fallen asleep at the wheel, drifting off of the road and hitting the 59-year-old pedestrian.…

  • 28 January, 2015

    MADD Supports Dram Shop and Social Host Liability

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    Mothers Against Drunk Driving, or MADD, is an organization that is familiar to many. While most people know that this group of dedicated individuals takes a strong stance against drunk driving, many are unaware that the group supports a number of alcohol-related initiatives in Florida and throughout the country. One such initiative is dram shop and social host liability.…

  • 27 January, 2015

    New Miami Path Could Mean Safer Riding for Cyclists

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    MIAMI, Fla. – The Dutch are invading Miami, and not for reasons you may think. Bike-planning experts from the Netherlands have been flown into the city to help turn the virtually unused M-Path into a dazzling, 10-mile-long bikeway. The M-Path runs past the University of Miami and through some of the most exciting neighborhoods in the city.…

  • 26 January, 2015

    Child Porn Suspect Surrenders in San Diego

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    OCEANSIDE, Ca – Bartolomeo Bavarella, 31, has turned himself in to Oceanside authorities according to the FBI. Bavarella, of San Diego, surrendered Thursday morning. Suspected of child pornography, the man is accused of exchanging messages with a former pediatric nurse, Michael William Lutts, also of San Diego. In a federal complaint, it is reported that Bavarella and Lutts exchanged messages discussing how to kidnap a female child.…

  • 23 January, 2015

    Yacht Fires Result in Zero Injuries

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    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – It is not often that people are lucky enough to escape blazes, but that is exactly what happened on Sunday. Two yachts were engulfed in flames in Fort Lauderdale on January 18, 2015. Involved were a 50-foot boat and a 65-foot boat. The fire was contained to the two watercraft, resulting in no damage to surrounding boats.…

  • 21 January, 2015

    Multi-Vehicle Accident Snarls Highway Traffic

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    MIAMI, Fla. – A multi-vehicle accident snarled highway traffic on January 5, 2015, serving as a reminder to all that sharing the highway with big rigs requires that drivers remain alert at all times. The incident on the Palmetto Expressway took several hours to clean up, forcing drivers from the highway to alternate routes. The chain-reaction crash involved no fewer than 15 vehicles, including an armored truck and a semi.…

  • 19 January, 2015
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    Handling DUI Checkpoints in Miami

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    MIAMI, Fla. – At any given time in the city of Miami, you could be subject to a DUI checkpoint. Sites like DUI provide locations, but you have to remember to check them to know where you may be stopped. Legal in Florida, DUI checkpoints, also referred to as sobriety checkpoints, are meant to keep drivers and passengers safe.…

  • 16 January, 2015

    Family Victimized by Judge’s Misdeeds

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    Imagine for a moment that your mother, wife, child, or other loved-one endures a stroke, survives, and is sent to a rehabilitation facility for physical therapy only to be found dead just over a week after admission. Imagine finding out that your loved-one had been complaining to medical staff for days that she was experiencing abdominal pain, but no one made notes in her chart or contacted her doctor.…

  • 16 January, 2015

    Paddleboarders, Taxis, and Boaters: Sharing Fort Lauderdale’s New River

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    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Called the “Venice of America,” Fort Lauderdale is home to a maze of waterways. The series of the New River, cutting through downtown, has become increasingly popular among kayakers and paddleboarders. But at what risk? According to Water Taxi owner Bill Walker, there have been a lot of “close calls” on the New River between these non-motorized watercraft and boats.…