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Bill DiRenzo

Researching a Criminal Lawyer’s Qualifications

Criminal Defense Lawyers in Broward County vary in skill and experience when it comes to specific Florida criminal offenses. If you have been arrested in Broward County, consulting with a lawyer is certainly advisable, however, finding the best fit for you and your defense is not always as easy as it sounds.
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Bill DiRenzo

Has Uber Reduced the Number of People Who Drink and Drive?

If you are facing charges for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you have every reason to feel especially stressed out this holiday season. Although every DUI case is different and there is no way to predict how yours will turn out, you can take at least some comfort in the fact that you are not alone.
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Bill DiRenzo

How to Avoid Dui Charges Over Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is one of the busiest travel holidays of the year. Many people choose to celebrate the long weekend with a few drinks, but if your plans involve alcohol, bear in mind that police will be out in full force to identify and arrest drunk drivers.
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Bill DiRenzo

Narcopouch

When someone is arrested and charged with a drug offense, police officers often rely on a “field test” to confirm the substance is an illegal substance. However, a commonly used field test known as the NarcoPouch is being called into question.
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Bill DiRenzo

Are Sobriety Checkpoints Legal in Florida?

In order to conduct a traffic stop and assess a motorist’s sobriety, police must have probable cause to pull over the driver in the first place—most of the time. If police are conducting a sobriety checkpoint, though, they can essentially pull over motorists at random in order to identify drunk drivers.
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