No Valid Driver’s License Florida

No Valid Driver’s License Florida

It’s illegal for a person to drive a motor vehicle on a highway in the state of Florida, unless the person has a valid driver’s license. However, by speaking with the prosecutor we may be able to get the charge dismissed, especially if the person obtains a driver’s license. It is very important to avoid…

Disorderly Intoxication Florida

Disorderly Intoxication Florida

Florida Statute 856.011 states: No person in the state shall be intoxicated and endanger the safety of another person or property, and no person in the state shall be intoxicated or drink any alcoholic beverage in a public place or in or upon any public conveyance and cause a public disturbance. Any person violating the…

No Motorcycle Endorsement

No Motorcycle Endorsement

Florida law, pursuant to statute 322.03(4), requires all motorcycle riders to have a motorcycle endorsement on their driver’s license, or a motorcycle license. To get the endorsement or license, each rider must take the Basic Rider Course through the Florida Rider Training Program. Failure to obtain either is a second degree misdemeanor, punishable by up…

Fleeing and Eluding

Fleeing and Eluding

In Florida, Fleeing and Eluding a Law Enforcement Officer, also known as, “Fleeing and Eluding”, is illegal pursuant to Florida Statute 316.1935. There several different types of Fleeing and Eluding: Fleeing to Elude a Law Enforcement Officer Fleeing to Elude a Law Enforcement Officer with Sirens and Lights Activated Fleeing to Elude a Law Enforcement…

Criminal Mischief Florida

Criminal Mischief Florida

Any form of Criminal Mischief is a serious offense. Bottari & Doyle Law Firm in Palm Beach County is here to help. Call 561-588-2781. Criminal Mischief Definition To prove the crime of Criminal Mischief, the State must prove the following three elements beyond a reasonable doubt: The Defendant injured or damaged real or personal property.…

Resisting Officer with Violence in Florida

Resisting Officer with Violence in Florida

Resisting an Officer with Violence is zealously prosecuted. Protect your legal interests by contacting Palm Beach County Bottari & Doyle Law Firm at 561-588-2781. Definition of Resisting an Officer with Violence Pursuant to Florida Statute 843.01, to prove the crime of Resisting an Officer with Violence, the prosecutor must prove the following 4 elements beyond…

Felony Battery in Florida

Felony Battery in Florida

In Florida, pursuant to Florida Statute 784.041, a Felony Battery occurs when a person: Actually and intentionally strikes or touches another person against the will of another, and Causes great bodily harm, permanent disability, or permanent disfigurement. A felony battery causes greater injuries to a person than a misdemeanor battery, but less severe injuries than…

Domestic Violence Attorneys Palm Beach and Broward County

Domestic Violence Attorneys Palm Beach and Broward County

Pursuant to Florida Statute 741.28, Domestic Violence means “any assault, aggravated assault, battery, aggravated battery, sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping, false imprisonment, or any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of one family or household member by another family or household member.” “A family or household member means spouses, former…

Boating Under the Influence (BUI) Florida

Boating Under the Influence (BUI) Florida

Many South Florida residents and tourists own or rent boats to enjoy the open waters. However, many people are unaware that it is illegal to operate a boat while under the influence of alcohol, chemical or controlled substances and are subject to similar penalties as driving under the influence of a motor vehicle. Any prior conviction…

Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer

Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer

Call Delray Beach County Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer Attorneys Bottari & Doyle for legal representation involving your Battery legal issue at 561-588-2781. Definition of Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer  Florida Statute 784.07(2b) criminalizes Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer. The prosecutor must prove the following 4 elements beyond a reasonable doubt to…