William R. Moore

Domestic Battery Defense

What makes the battery arrest domestic violence?

According to criminal attorney William R Moore, an arrest for battery, misdemeanor or felony, will wind up in front of the domestic violence judge if there is a certain relationship between the accused and the alleged victim. Battery is the unwanted striking of another person, which causes them harm. The level of harm, use of …

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Leaving the scene of an accident

Leaving the scene of an accident: Can I leave a note?

If you hit a parked car and are unable to find the owner, most people understand the law to require that the driver at fault leave a note with his or her contact information. Under Florida law, however, this isn’t quite enough as Florida statutes require that the accident be reported to the local police …

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Should I submit to roadside sobriety exercises?

If you are pulled over and suspected for DUI in Broward County Florida, the investigating officer will undoubtedly ask used to submit to roadside sobriety exercises. Many people unknowingly attempt to perform the one leg stand, finger to nose and heel-to-toe exercises despite there being no legal requirement to do so. These sobriety exercises are …

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Fort Lauderdale DUI Lawyer | William R. Moore

Changes to Florida DUI Hardship License Requirements

Obtaining a hardship license in Florida following an arrest for DUI used to require either 30 or 90 days of what was termed “hard time.” ┬áthis term did not refer to incarceration rather to the amount of time that the Florida driver was prohibited from having any form of license whatsoever. Under the previous administrative …

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DUI arrests continue to decline in Broward County Florida

DUI arrests are fewer than ever claims Fort Lauderdale DUI Defense Attorney Bill Direnzo. This isn’t due to fewer impaired drivers but rather the reduction of enforcement officers by BSO. See the recent episode of “State of Arrest” where Broward County DUI task force is discussed. DUI Task for dwindles to fewer than 4 officers …

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