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Monthly Archives: August 2020

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Intersection Collision Kills 99-Year-Old Man

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

A left-turning car struck and killed an elderly man riding an electric scooter at a busy Port St. Lucie intersection. The wreck happened at the intersection of Port St. Lucie Boulevard and Highway One. According to police, the victim was inside the crosswalk moving across Highway One when a Jeep Cherokee, which was attempting… Read More »

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Dual Fatal Rollover Wreck on Florida Turnpike

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Two people are dead, and several others were injured, when an SUV rolled over around mile marker 165 on the Florida Turnpike. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a northbound driver lost control of his vehicle and went through a guardrail. The vehicle rolled over and eventually came to rest in a grassy area… Read More »

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Fatal Left-Turn Motorcycle Wreck in Port St. Lucie

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

A driver making a left turn against traffic pulled directly into an oncoming motorcycle’s path, killing the rider almost instantly. According to Port St. Lucie police, this wreck occurred near the intersection of Southwest Darwin and Southwest Port St. Lucie Boulevards. A southbound motorist turned into the path of a northbound motorcycle rider. The… Read More »

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The How and When of Miranda Rights

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Forget everything you know about the Miranda rights from movies and TV shows. A 2010 Supreme Court case, Berghuis v. Thompson, gave police officers much more latitude in this area. As a result, the Miranda rights (you have the right to remain silent, etc.) are no longer the same. Before 2010, the Miranda rights… Read More »

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Classifying and Dividing Property in a Florida Divorce

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

In some states, divorce almost always results in a 50-50 property division. But Florida is different. The Sunshine State is an equitable distribution state. The marital estate, which includes both debts and assets, must be divided equitably. That’s not necessarily the same thing as an equal division. Furthermore, in Florida, a divorce cannot be… Read More »

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Top Three Search Warrant Exceptions in Florida

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

The search warrant requirement is one of the most basic civil liberties in the United States. The Fourth Amendment requires officers to submit affidavits supported by probable cause before they obtain search warrants. Over the years, the Supreme Court has carved out some exceptions to the warrant requirement. The major exceptions are examined below…. Read More »

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