Monthly Archives: October 2021
Florida Refuge For Puerto Rican Women Who Are Victims Of Domestic Violence
Two governors and 90 victims later, SB 70 was signed into law, banning the disclosure of the location of domestic violence (DV) centers and other information in Florida. It means a safe haven for many who have suffered at the hands of those they trusted across the state, but on the island, as well…. Read More »
Is A Police Presence In Florida Schools Solving Problems Or Creating Them?
Mass shootings in public schools spurred a response that includes increasing the number of officers on school campuses across the Sunshine State. Proponents argue that more uniformed bodies act as a deterrent to potential catastrophe, while those opposed to the dramatic intensification of a police presence believe it has detrimental effects on students. A… Read More »
Is It Time To File Bankruptcy?
If you are feeling overwhelmed by creditors’ calls and having to dodge strangers on your porch, you may believe that you have no control over your future. But that is far from accurate. There are options that, while serious, may just give you the breathing room you need to turn things around. Now may… Read More »
Florida DUI Consequences
If you’ve been charged with a DUI, you can count on some stiff consequences, along with a slew of expenses coming your way. This is particularly true if this is a repeat offense or your driving while inebriated resulted in property damage, personal injury, or death. While no attorney can make the incident disappear… Read More »