Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards

Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards

If you have been charged with Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards in Palm Beach County, we can help. Call Bottari & Doyle Law Firm for a consultation at 561-588-2781. Definition of Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards Florida Statute 817.61 criminalizes the fraudulent use of a credit card. A person commits the offense when he or…

Doctor Shopping

Doctor Shopping

Withholding Information from a Practitioner Pursuant to Florida Statute 893.13(7)(a)(8), a person may not engage in doctor shopping. If you have been accused of Dr. Shopping and need legal council, contact the Law Firm of Bottari and Doyle inDelray Beach County for legal representation at 561-588-2781. Definition of Doctor Shopping The law states that a…

Dealing in Stolen Property Florida

Dealing in Stolen Property Florida

Florida Statute 812.09 states: “Any person who traffics in, or endeavors to traffic in, property that he or she knows or should know was stolen shall be guilty of a felony of the second degree. “ Dealing in Stolen Property most commonly occurs when a person pawns stolen property to a pawn shop. Dealing in…

DUI Attorneys Palm Beach and Broward County

DUI Attorneys Palm Beach and Broward County

A person arrested for DUI Attorneys  often has little or no criminal record, and in many cases the driver arrested simply made a mistake. People make mistakes, but mistakes do not have to ruin a person’s life. Other times, the arresting officer was wrong, and the person actually wasn’t drunk or under the influence. DUI convictions carry…

Palm Beach Wrongful Death Lawyers

Palm Beach Wrongful Death Lawyers

Tragically, many people die in accidents due to another person’s negligence or wrongdoing. During these hard times, the deceased’s family members very often are not thinking about recovering compensation from the negligent party. Florida law allows for family members of the deceased to recover compensation. Recovering money can help to lift the financial burden imposed…

Soliciting Prostitution Florida

Soliciting Prostitution Florida

An arrest, charge, or conviction for Soliciting Prostitution can be very embarrassing and detrimental to a person’s family life and employment. It is imperative to avoid a conviction for this offense when possible. Definition Soliciting Prostitution Florida Statute 796.07(2)(f) states, “It is unlawful to solicit, induce, entice or procure another to commit prostitution, lewdness or…

Serving Alcohol to a Person Under 21

Serving Alcohol to a Person Under 21

If you have been accused of giving minors Alchohol, you need legal representation. Call Delray Beach County Law Firm Bottari & Doyle for a consultation at 561-588-2781. Penalties Serving Alcohol to a Person Under 21 A person who violates statute 562.11 commits a second degree misdemeanor, punishable by up to 6 months of probation, 60…

Trespass on Property in Florida

Trespass on Property in Florida

Florida Statute 810.09 states it is unlawful for a person who, without being authorized, licensed or invited, to willfully enter upon or remain in any property other than a structure or conveyance As to which notice against entering or remaining is given, either by actual communication to the offender or by posting, fencing or cultivation…

Prostitution Attorneys Palm Beach and Broward County

Not only are prostitution and soliciting prostitution illegal, but so are numerous other prostitution related offenses. Not surprisingly, an arrest, charge, or conviction for anything related to prostitution can be humiliating. It is imperative to avoid a conviction for any prostitution offense or prostitution related offense. Florida criminalizes all prostitution related offenses in Florida Statute…