What happens if you Driving Without a License in Florida

Section 322.03 According to Section 322.03 of the Florida Statutes, it is illegal for an individual to drive a vehicle on Florida state highways in the absence of a valid driving license. Legal action can be taken against you under this statute if: 1. The vehicle was under your physical…

The Legalities of an Indictment

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team recently indicted or and gotten guilty pleas from 33 people and three companies associated with the Russian collusion investigation. That group consists of five former Trump advisers, 26 Russian nationals, three Russian companies, one California man, and one London-based lawyer. Seven out of the group…

The Difference between Local, State and Federal Laws

The laws that govern our local communities, states and country change all the time. The U.S. Constitution is our first form of law. It provides the backbone to our way of government by establishing a governmental power and detailed its responsibilities. In addition, the U.S. Constitution allowed for the preservation…

What to do in a Federal Investigation

What Are the Federal Agencies that Can Investigate You and What You Need to Know Recording artist DJ Khaled is known for producing catchy songs that are constantly being played on the radio. His most famous line is “We the best,” which usually comes at the beginning or end of…

Can You Travel While on Probation?

We all at times get put in difficult situations. Some may be harsh and others may be minor but no matter the level of difficulty it is, getting involved in situations we never intentionally wanted to partake in, comes with living life itself. And despite the bad rap lawyers tend…

Are you entitled to bond while on Probation?

Getting a bond while you’re on probation is like getting in trouble while you’re already in trouble and then asking a judge to give you a break. The simple answer is NO ONE is ‘entitled’ to a bond while on probation. Probation is already seen as getting a break under…

Credit Card Fraud: We Can Help

According to Title 18 U.S.C. §1029 of the Federal law, it is a criminal offense to knowingly and with intent defraud to use, produce, or traffic in counterfeit access devices—access devices being cards, codes, plates, account numbers, electronic serial numbers, mobile identification numbers, personal identification numbers, or other type of…

Medicaid Fraud is a Serious Crime

In 2012, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force had uncovered $452 million dollars worth of false billings in seven cities across the nation. It was the biggest crackdown of Medicare fraud in history. More than 100 people (doctors, nurses, social workers) were arrested for suspicion of committing medical fraud. One of…