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Category: Disorderly Intoxication (Drunk in Public)


JAN. 31 2019
Juvenile Attorney West Palm Beach | Burglary Law
Juvenile Attorney West Palm Beach | Burglary Law

A burglary can have very severe consequences in Florida if found guilty. Always seek legal representation if you think you may be charged with a crime like a burglary.

 

Definition

 

Under Florida Statute 810.02(3), the crime of Burglary of a Dwelling is defined as unlawfully entering a dwelling, remaining inside a dwelling surreptitiously, or remaining inside a dwelling after permission to remain has been withdrawn with the intent to commit a crime inside. A dwelling is defined as a building or conveyance of any kind, which has a roof over it and is designed to be occupied by …

JAN. 12 2017
How Exactly Does Florida’s Disorderly Intoxication Law Work?
How Exactly Does Florida’s Disorderly Intoxication Law Work?

Even though we are only few days into 2017, an arrest or charge from New Year’s Eve can easily keep you from starting the New Year on the right foot. Every January, tons of people start the New Year on this unfortunate note. Common charges that come from New Year’s Eve parties include:

 

 

Most of those you’ve probably heard of before, but below we’re going to delve into the lesser-known (but still common) offense of disorderly intoxication.

 

What does disorderly intoxication look like? How serious are …