“Mr. Smiley” seems like a friendly term; however, this epithet actually refers to a synthetic drug. Synthetic drugs are like plant-generated illegal drugs, but they are manmade. Instead of marijuana from a tree, for example, manufacturers produce synthetic versions of the drug via chemical formulas and compounds.
In Florida, according to the Florida State Legislature, it is illegal for drivers to operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration level at or above 0.08. A driver who commits this serious crime is subject to penalties like license revocation, fines and jail time.
When law enforcement officers in Panama City, and throughout Florida, are looking to solve a crime, they often rely heavily on statements from eyewitnesses. Such testimony has been long held by judges, juries and others as some of the most solid evidence.
Being arrested on suspicion of criminal activity can be a very scary and upsetting experience for people in Florida. There are many concerning elements to a criminal arrest and one of these is the potential for a lifelong criminal history.
On January 3, 2017, a popular amendment to the Florida Constitution takes effect that will greatly expand the legal use of medicinal marijuana. Amendment 2 was approved by state voters in the November 2016 election with about 71 percent of votes cast on the measure, reports the Florida Division of Elections.
Florida residents who have experienced the fear and uncertainty of being pulled over and eventually questioned and arrested for alleged drunk driving understandably have many questions.
Motor vehicles today have become highly sophisticated machines resembling, in many ways, giant computers on four wheels. What many drivers may not realize is that most cars are now equipped with what is sometimes referred to as a ‘black box.’