Florida DUI

May 14, 2018
Orlando DUI Lawyer - Florida DUI Charges Attorney Chad Frost

Florida DUI Driver’s License Suspension

According to the Florida law, if you operate a motor vehicle with a Blood Alcohol Content of 0.08% or higher, you are driving under the influence. However, this does not mean that you can only be arrested for DUI if you have been drinking alcohol. If you drive a vehicle after having used some chemical or controlled substance like cocaine, you can also be arrested for DUI. The consequences of getting arrested for DUI in Florida can be very severe and you could be slapped with some hefty punishments. If you refuse to submit yourself to a breathalyzer test law, […]
February 3, 2018
Florida DUI on Horse

Can You Be Arrested For DUI In Florida While Riding A Horse?

The idea that you can only be arrested for DUI (Driving Under the Influence) while operating a motor vehicle is a common fallacy that has garnered widespread discussion. This notion was recently highlighted when police in Lakeland, Florida arrested a woman for riding her horse down a busy highway while intoxicated. Polk County police charged the 53-year-old woman with drunk driving, even though she was on a horse, not driving a car. Multiple drivers called into the police station to report the woman after close-calls were made by cars swerving around her horse. Upon arriving at the scene, officers had […]
December 14, 2017
Orlando DUI Lawyer - Florida DUI Charges Attorney Chad Frost

DUI Defense: What Happens If The Cop Didn’t See Me Driving?

Clients often ask my advice when they’re facing DUI (Driving Under the Influence) charges in Florida. Perhaps the most recent question in DUI law that has been brought to my attention is whether the police can make an arrest for DUI without having personally witnessed the suspect behind the wheel, actually driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated and a crash didn’t occur. There are two cases that provide clarity on how your DUI charges might turn out under circumstances like these. The first is a 2011 case, M.W. v. State. (51 So. 3d 1220 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. 2011)). In […]