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McLaren 720S sports car 'destroyed' in crash day after it was bought!

Police in Fairfax County, Va., say a local driver totaled a McLaren 720S luxury sports car just a day after it was purchased. That's not getting your money's worth! The department shared an image of the smashed car on Facebook with the caption: "Purchased Friday. Totaled Saturday." The post added that speed was the main factor in the crash and warned drivers to "slow down, or it could cost you." Luckily, the driver suffered non life-threatening injuries, which is a testimony to the over $300,000 super sports car. The Washington Post, citing police, reported that the accident occurred at approximately 7:45 a.m. Saturday in Great Falls, approximately 15 miles northwest of Washington D.C. Autho

What Happens if I am Caught Shoplifting in Miami?

If you have been caught shoplifting in Miami because you have been found in possession of a product you haven’t paid for outside of a store, this could be a serious matter. Your case could be charged as a felony or a misdemeanor. Many stores these days won’t just let you off after an apology or offering to pay after the fact. They will typically want to get a full blown conviction to ensure you don’t do the same thing a second time and as a deterrent to discourage others from doing the same. If you don’t believe you intentionally took the product without paying, you be able to worm your way out of it with the help of an experienced Miami criminal defense attorney advocating for you. The stor

What Happens if I am Arrested in Florida?

People get arrested in Miami every day for a variety of reasons. If you have been arrested in Florida, how it will impact your life will typically depend on the seriousness of the alleged offense you have committed. You are entitled to be represented by a Miami criminal defense attorney of your choice, who willargue your case in court. When you are apprehended by a police officer there are two possible outcomes which are either: detention or arrest. Generally when you are approached, there should be a valid legal reason for it. This means a reasonable suspicion that criminal activity is a foot or probable cause that you committed some sort of infection of the law. A police officer is also al

Could You Commit a Crime While Asleep?

Have you ever wondered why you hear well known people making outrageous comments that may not seem to match their usual viewpoint, especially if they appear on well known publicly accessed social media sites? An incident happened some weeks ago following the re-launch of ‘Roseanne’ the popular 1990s sitcom. The leading character, Roseanne Barr, was accused of making racist and offensive comments on Twitter. Alarmed when people reacted negatively to these tweets, she quickly justified that this was completely out of character. She explained this was down to her taking Ambien,which is a commonly prescribed drug used to treat insomnia. The drug company was quick to respond to this alleged side

Could I Drive on a Suspended License in an Emergency?

Knowingly driving while on a suspended drivers license in Florida punishable by an arrest and a potential jail term. DWLS with knowledge can be either a misdemeanor which is punishable up to a year in jail or a felony which can be punishable by over a year in jail. Even unknowingly driving on a suspended drivers license is punishable by law as a civil infraction in Florida. It carries up to a $500 fine and three points on your record. Normally, if you are stopped while driving and the police officer discovers you have been driving on a suspended license, you could face arrest and be charged with DWLS (driving with a suspended license). But what about an emergency situation? This is a questio

Shoplifter Changes Labels on Merchandise and Self Checks Out $1,824 in Merchandise for $3.70!

It’s never right to take something that doesn’t belong to you, but some shoplifting crimes are worse than others and some people are addicted to the thrill of stealing, even if they don’t really even need anything! The new self-check out registers are contributing to rise in shoplifting cases. A Walmart employee helped save his store a whole lot of money when he realized that a shoplifter was being somewhat sneaky about how she was trying to steal some expensive goods. A twenty-five-year-old wife and mom, Cheyenne Amber West was shopping at Walmart when she decided to use some creativity to get her a few pricey items for free. Instead of choosing some items to take from the store, West was s

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