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What Does It Mean That the Ban on Alcohol is Lifted at FSU
After the tragic, alcohol-related death of fraternity pledge Andrew Coffey, Florida State University’s President John Thrasher instituted an interim suspension of FSU Greek Life on November 6, 2017. Coupled with the unrelated incidents of two separate arrests of fraternity members on drug trafficking charges, it seemed as if the university needed an immediate change.    […]
How to Ensure Your Special Needs Child is Safe at School
As parents, it is our job to worry about our children. It can be increasingly difficult when your child has a disability that prevents him or her from advocating for him or herself. One of your main priorities as a parent is to ensure the safety of your special needs child. When he or she […]
Learn More About the Opioid Crisis from Ryan Hobbs
Our own attorney Ryan Hobbs’ opinion piece was just featured in the Tallahassee Democrat! It is titled Time to Hold Big Pharma Responsible for the Opioid Crisis.  You can read the full article by clicking this link. Ryan is representing the mental health entities together with Oscar Price of the Price Armstrong firm in Birmingham, Alabama. […]
6 Tips to Protect You From Sexual Assault on College Campuses
Unfortunately, sexual assault on college campuses still occurs today. Sexual assault on college campuses can take place anytime, anyplace, anywhere. Research shows, however, that there is a continuing increase of reported sexual assault on college campuses. There are a number of factors that are believed to lead to the increase in these attacks. There is no […]
What Could Happen To Me If I Violate My Probation?
When you violate your probation, you are breaking the terms and conditions of your agreement. There are many different ways one can violate probation including, but not limited to, failing to appear at a scheduled court date, not reporting to your probation officer when necessary, and not paying fines as ordered by court. You may […]
Should You Sober Up By Sleeping In Your Car?
It’s Friday night and you are exhausted from a brutal work week but your friends convince you to go out for food and drinks. Tired and not enthusiastic about going out, you offer to drive because you know you aren’t in the mood to drink.  During the night, though, your plans change and you begin […]
Is Drowsy Driving as Dangerous as Drunk Driving?
Driving while drowsy is extremely dangerous. While most people are aware of the dangers of driving while intoxicated, many people tend to overlook how serious drowsy driving can be. Even without consuming alcohol, you can become a risk to yourself and others.   This type of driving occurs more frequently than you may expect. For […]
What Is the Open Container Law in Florida?
St. Patrick’s Day is approaching! While for some this holiday brings about green outfits or corned beef and cabbage, college students may consider celebrating quite differently. For hundreds of thousands of college-aged students in Florida, St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect excuse for pool parties, parades and drinking in public.    Set right in the […]
Don’t Fall Victim to Sweetheart Scams
The old saying is “love is blind.” While this may be a sweet saying, love does not have to be blind.  This February, we want you to learn to protect yourself and your loved ones from Sweetheart Scams.   What is a Sweetheart Scam? A Sweetheart Scam is a long-con. It is perpetrated by a […]