Tampa's Criminal Defense Blog November

Featured Post Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Announces Heightened Patrol, Checkpoint

In an effort to better deal with the issues related to drunk driving the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office started Operation 3D (OP3D) – a public awareness outreach to help ...

  • Fleeing the Scene of the Accident Can Bring On Serious Charges

    Car accidents can be shocking. The adrenaline involved can often make drivers do or say things they normally wouldn’t say following such an incident. ...

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  • Connecting with Thomas & Paulk, P.A.

    Thomas & Paulk is a Tampa criminal defense firm . We are proud to serve our local community with excellence. Whether you’ve been arrested for DUI or a ...

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  • Tampa Bay Resident Gets 26-Year Sentence for DUI Offense

    A Tampa Bay resident has been sentenced to 26 years in prison after he hit another car while intoxicated. His mistake caused two victims in the other ...

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  • Client with Medical Issues Allegedly Fails Field Sobriety Test

    Field sobriety tests are often a cornerstone of any given DUI case. They, however, are not as reliable as one would like. In a recent case, our Tampa ...

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  • Do you Have to go to DUI School?

    If you have been arrested for a DUI, then you may need to attend DUI school as a part of your sentence. According to the Florida Department of Highway ...

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  • Thomas & Paulk Gets Second DUI Charges Reduced

    Thomas & Paulk, P.A. recently represented a woman who was charged with her second DUI within five years of her first. Florida law does not look ...

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  • Penalties Reduced in Cocaine Trafficking Case

    Our Tampa criminal lawyers at Thomas & Paulk, P.A. recently defended the rights of a defendant who was charged with two counts of cocaine trafficking ...

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  • DUIs and Repeat Offenders

    According to the National Department of Transportation , about one-third of all DUI suspects that are arrested are repeat offenders. This means that ...

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