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Monthly Archives: June 2020

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Four Important Facts About DUI Cases in Florida

By O'Mara Law Group |

Cases involving a charge of driving under the influence (DUI) may seem fairly straightforward. A person is found operating a vehicle when they have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level higher than 0.08 percent allowed and law enforcement charges them with a crime. However, there are many nuances to DUI cases in Florida and… Read More »

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Factors to Consider in a Gray Divorce

By O'Mara Law Group |

There is a current trend of gray divorces, or divorces that involve older individuals. These divorces are just as difficult as any other, but they also have certain complications that divorce cases involving younger people do not. This is largely due to the fact that older couples have often amassed a greater amount of… Read More »

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Probation FAQs

By O'Mara Law Group |

After a person is found guilty of a crime, the court may place them on probation. Although this is a better option than going to jail, probation is largely misunderstood in the state of Florida, and many people have questions about what it actually means. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions… Read More »

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Does Florida Recognize Common Law Marriages?

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Many couples today wish to live together and act as a married couple, even though they have never obtained a marriage license or had an official wedding ceremony. This is known as a common law marriage. Sometimes, the couple involved even refer to each other as husband and wife. If you are currently living… Read More »

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How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce

By O'Mara Law Group |

Divorce is never easy, but perhaps the most difficult aspect of it is telling the kids. Telling your children that you and your spouse are breaking up is not something either of you should do on a whim, or that you should blurt out right before heading to soccer practice. Although breaking the news… Read More »

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Florida’s Law on Entrapment

By O'Mara Law Group |

Facing criminal charges after an arrest is bad enough. However, when a person is arrested because they were tricked or coerced into committing a crime, it is even worse. When the person tricking another into breaking the law is a police officer or other government authority, it is known as entrapmen. Entrapment is an… Read More »

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What to Do if a Police Officer Wants to Search Your Car

By O'Mara Law Group |

Being pulled over is a scary experience. In many cases, the interaction between the driver and officer is very brief. A police officer may just issue a warning or a ticket, and the driver is free to go. In other cases, the situation is much more serious and the officer may tell the driver… Read More »

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Is it Okay to Spy on Your Spouse While Getting a Divorce?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Divorce is always challenging but for some spouses, it is especially difficult. A person may believe that their soon-to-be ex-spouse cheated on them during the marriage, or that they are hiding assets. In these cases, divorces are particularly emotional and people find themselves taking actions, or considering actions, that they never would have before…. Read More »

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An Explanation of Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law

By O'Mara Law Group |

In early April 2020, the Fifth District Court of Appeals dismissed charges against a Port St. John man, John DeRossett, ruling that Mr. DeRossett did not commit a crime under Florida’s Stand your Ground Law. DeRossett was accused of shooting a deputy while three were on his property conducting a sting operation directed at… Read More »

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What is Exclusive Possession of the Marital Home?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Living situations can become particularly precarious during a divorce. The marital home is where the parties reside during the term of the marriage, and normally, the names of both spouses are on the deed or lease. One of the questions that often arises when a divorce is filed is where are you going to… Read More »

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