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April 2017 Archives

Why prom and graduation are dangerous times for teens

Spring break is over for nearly everyone, but prom and graduation are coming up soon for millions of teens across Florida and the rest of the country. While these are times of celebration, they're also, for too many young people, occasions for too much drinking. When they get behind the wheel, the results can be tragic. About 1,000 young people under 21 die every year in traffic fatalities and other tragedies surrounding prom and graduation.

Florida might legalize recreational marijuana in 2018

You are probably well aware that Florida residents voted to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes. Due to the recent changes in marijuana laws in various states, it can be confusing to understand exactly where your state stands. To be clear, recreational use is still illegal in Florida, but that could change in a few years.

Were you accused of a drug crime?

It's easier than you might think to get arrested for a drug possession crime. In some cases, defendants get arrested because they were driving with friends who had drugs. Nevertheless, if the drugs are found on the floor of the car, police might mistake them for belonging to the driver.

Can you be arrested for having drug paraphernalia?

It's possible to be arrested and convicted of drug crimes for possessing drug paraphernalia even if no drugs are found in your possession. Numerous items are considered drug paraphernalia. Under the law, it includes any equipment that can be used to consume, conceal or produce illegal drugs.

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