Bad Things Happen

Go directly to Jail! You wouldn’t believe the reasons people get arrested! It’s not always about committing a major crime. Sometimes people make mistakes! We are here to help no matter what the situation may be. Let’s review some of the most common reasons we see that relate to arrest and jail. This information may help people that require our services.

Possession of Controlled Substance

Some of the most commonly charged crimes involving Possession of Controlled Substances are:

  • Possession of Cocaine
  • Possession of Marijuana (Cannabis) Over 20 Grams
  • Possession of Synthetic Drugs
  • Possession of Methamphetamine
  • Possession of Xanax
  • Possession of Fentanyl
  • Possession of Heroin
  • Possession of GHB (Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid)
  • Possession of Hydrocodone
  • Possession of Oxycodone
  • Possession of MDMA (Ecstacy, Molly)

Contrary to what most people think, property crimes are by far the most reported crimes in the United States, not violent crimes. Property crimes are about ten times more prevalent than Drug offender crimes.

Larceny / Theft

Larceny-theft hits the top of the crime list, far outweighing any other crime. The numbers of larceny-theft in this country are staggering.  Larceny / Theft makes up almost sixty percent of all reported crimes.

Driving While License Suspended

There are many reasons for the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to suspend a Florida driver’s license. Here are a few examples:

  • Points suspensions;
  • Child support delinquency;
  • DUI arrest or conviction;
  • Habitual Traffic Offender classification;
  • Failure to pay fines, court judgments, or court costs;
  • Failure to appear in court;
  • Failure to maintain continuous insurance;
  • Drug-related convictions;
  • Plea to a racing on highways charge;
  • Petit theft convictions;
  • DUI Refusal.

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