In Florida, if you are convicted of driving under the influence, you could be required to have an ignition interlock device installed on your vehicle. It's just another one of the inconveniences and costs you could be forced to endure with a DUI conviction.
You'd been looking forward to that reunion with college friends for weeks, and it didn't disappoint. It was a lot of fun, sharing stories over dinner and drinks.
You're on your way back from a cousin's house after sharing a bottle of wine. You had an extra beer at the grill and you don't want to leave your truck. There are a lot of temptations to drive with a buzz on in Florida, but it's never a good idea and it's almost always against the law.
A Florida woman faces drunk driving-related charges after police allege she was intoxicated and caused a crash that resulted in the death of a woman and serious injuries to her husband.
A Florida man was arrested recently on a felony count of driving under the influence and causing serious bodily harm, as well as five misdemeanor counts of DUI causing property damage.
A Pace, Florida, man was sentenced to life in prison recently after pleading no contest in the death of two sisters.
You're driving home along a Florida highway after attending a going-away party for a colleague and you see the red light in the mirror. Yes, you've had a bit to drink but not so much that you think you're legally drunk.
You've been convicted of a DUI in Florida. The judge orders that you have an ignition interlock device installed in your car if you want to drive again.
A combination of factors has led the number of drunk driving arrests to fall in South Florida over the last four years.
If you're arrested on DUI charges in Florida, it is wise to speak with an attorney before answering questions from law enforcement.