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Month: September 2013

Parents Beware of Your Kids on Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios is an amazing experience for parents and kids alike. Between September and November, Universal transforms itself at night into a land of haunted houses, crazy street experiences and some excellent shows. Tons of teenagers and young college kids love going to this event and it truly is a unique experience. …

Congress Contemplates Reform of Mandatory Minimum Sentencing

We have previously discussed why lengthy incarceration terms for low-level offenders do not generally benefit either public safety or the pocketbooks of the nation’s taxpayers. Especially for first-time offenders of low-level and non-violent crimes, lengthy terms of incarceration can do individuals, families and society as a whole far more ill than good. Thankfully, Congress is taking proper …

Sex Crime or Misconstrued Intentions?

On September 17, 2013 two 17-year-old boys were charged with off-campus sex crimes against female students in California just outside of Los Angeles. All of the female victims were minors younger than the age of 17 and attend the same high school as the two boys. One boy appeared in Juvenile Court on Tuesday September 16, 2013 …

George Zimmerman’s Domestic Incident Warrants no Charge

After a domestic incident at George Zimmerman’s home in Lake Mary, Florida, no charges have been filed against him. The domestic incident in questions is in regards to an event that took place with his wife and her dad. The primary reason that there are no charges is that his wife has states that she …

Florida Gambling Laws Set to Renovation

Lately, there has been discussions about reforming the gambling laws in Florida. In fact, it is only a matter of time that new policies will be implemented regarding how racetracks and jai alai frontons are operated. As they stand right now, the current laws are hard to understand and do not contain clear definitions on standards. Thus, …

Speeding at a Glance

Citizens of Florida are not allowed to operate their motor vehicles at a speed that is greater than what is reasonable, given the current and potential conditions and hazards. There are statutory speed limits for specific roads: 70 MPH for highways, 55 MPH in all other instances, and 30 MPH for business and residence districts. …

Five Ways to Avoid an Arrest on Labor Day

Don’t get arrested for DUI this Labor Day. Follow these five sure fire tips to avoid a Driving Under the Influence charge. 1. Get a designated driver plan before you leave the house Don’t be foolish. You know you may drink too much this weekend. Don’t leave your house before picking someone who will be the driver. …

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