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Monthly Archives: August 2018


AUG. 17 2018
Drug Attorney in West Palm Beach | What is Prescription Drug Fraud?
Drug Attorney in West Palm Beach | What is Prescription Drug Fraud?

In the last decade and more, Florida has been notorious for being a “pill mill.” Substance abuse is everywhere, and prescription medications were readily available. So, this lead to an increase in prescription fraud, meaning those looking for drugs were misrepresenting themselves to gain access. This includes doctor shopping, forging prescriptions, and more. If you have a prescription drug fraud accusation against you, here’s what you should know before seeing our drug attorney in West Palm Beach:

 

What is “Doctor Shopping”?

 

It is not uncommon for people with drug abuse issues to manipulate an array of doctors to …

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AUG. 8 2018
Criminal Defense Lawyer in West Palm Beach | How to Expunge a Record
Criminal Defense Lawyer in West Palm Beach | How to Expunge a Record
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Everyone has a past. However, if you have a record that doesn’t speak true to yours or has become a hindrance to your future, you may be able to get it expunged. Getting an expungement or sealing your record can be a great reason to contact a criminal defense lawyer in West Palm Beach. Keep reading to learn more:

 

What Does it Mean to Expunge a Record?

 

A criminal record can make it hard to move on and better your life after a mistake. It can make it hard to get a job, get a loan, and …

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AUG. 1 2018
West Palm Beach Attorney | 4 Things You Should Never Say to a Cop
West Palm Beach Attorney | 4 Things You Should Never Say to a Cop
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You never know how you’re going to react in a certain situation until it happens to you. When having an interaction with a cop, there are a few things that can dig you into a deeper. So, be sure to never say these things to a cop and, instead, call our West Palm Beach attorney:

 

Anything

 

You have the right to remain silent. And in most cases, this is your best bet. This doesn’t mean to ignore all questions. You still need to provide your name and identification. But, if any specifics about the situation that could …

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