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Are All Controlled Substances Illegal To Possess?

On behalf of Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A. posted in prescription drug violations on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. If you’re caught using drugs or misusing prescription medications not prescribed to you, you could be accused of being in possession of a controlled substance. Controlled substances are usually seen as drugs that are illegal. They are highly regulated by the state … Read more

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Second-Degree Murder: Indifference Could Lead To Prison

On behalf of Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A. posted in violent crimes on Tuesday, February 13, 2018. Any time you hear that someone is accused of murder, it immediately makes you think the worst. There are different kinds of murders, though, and not all are as straightforward as you may believe. A second-degree murder is one that was intentional. It was … Read more

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Who Are The Real Victims Of The Opioid Crisis?

On behalf of Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A. posted in prescription drug violations on Wednesday, February 7, 2018. As someone facing a drug charge, you may feel it’s largely unfair. You hadn’t taken drugs in the past, but after your doctor prescribed you opioids, you were hooked. When your prescription ran out, you couldn’t get more. You ended up doing … Read more

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What To Expect If The Judge Orders An Ignition Interlock Device

On behalf of Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A. posted in drunk driving on Friday, February 2, 2018. Many people think that ignition interlock devices (IIDs) are used only in very serious DUI cases. However, this is not true. If you have been charged with drinking and driving in Florida, a judge may order you to install an ignition interlock device, … Read more

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A DUI For Prescription Drugs? It’s Possible.

On behalf of Michael A. Gottlieb, P.A. posted in drunk driving on Friday, February 2, 2018. Despite the warnings on many prescription and over-the-counter medicine pill bottles about drugs causing drowsiness or dizziness – and not operating vehicles or heavy machinery – many people still drive while taking medications. In some cases this is not a problem. However, if … Read more

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