The hard truth about DUI in Florida is that a conviction stays on your permanent criminal record for 75 years.
By state law, DUI charges can’t be sealed or expunged; however, there are two ways to “remove” a charge.
Do you know the difference between being indicted vs charged?
Knowing the definition of each and hiring a knowledgeable and aggressive attorney could mean the difference between probation or incarceration and being charged with a felony or a misdemeanor.
An accident is the last thing you want when traveling on the road. It’s scary.
Unfortunately, according to the National Safety Council, since 2014 there has been no sign of a decrease in the total number of traffic fatalities in the U.S.
If you or someone close to you has been charged with possession of a controlled substance or another drug-related crime, it is in your best interest to seek professional help.
Penalties for drug crimes can be very severe in the Florida area, so let us help you at The Law Office of Gutin & Wolverton.
While there is no DWI in Florida, that doesn’t make the consequences (both legal and personal) and DUI penalties in Florida any less severe.
Here, we’re outlining everything you need to know about DUI penalties in Florida, so you can protect yourself if pulled over – and hopefully, stop yourself from getting behind the wheel in the first place.