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What can your Florida driver's license be suspended for?

In Florida, you can have your license suspended for a number of different reasons. At Steven Wetter, we understand that driving is vital to your day-to-day existence, and that having your license taken away can be a huge detriment to your livelihood. We wish to help you understand just what you can lose your license for, so you can be aware of what not to do.

What is the difference between manslaughter and homicide?

Florida drivers that have been involved in DUI related accidents resulting in fatalities may hear several terms bandied about during the process of the trial. For example, vehicular homicide or vehicular manslaughter are terms that see frequent use. But what are the differences between the two charges?

What can get you a drug-related DUI?

If a Florida driver like you gets into an accident due to the side effects from medication, it still earns a DUI charge. This means that it also carries the consequences of an alcohol-related DUI, and can oftentimes be even more serious.

How do your drinks affect your body?

Residents of Florida are likely aware of the fact that you are over the legal limit if your blood alcohol content, or BAC, is at .08% or higher. You may think that this means anything before this number is safe to drive at, but the truth is, alcohol starts affecting your body as soon as you have your first sip.

Avoid drinking and driving this holiday season

During the holidays traffic stops significantly increase as police officers are trying to keep the streets safe. Unfortunately, this time of year, people are dealing with increased pressure and stress due to traveling, last-minute shopping, and attending one event after another.

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