Spouses and significant others frequently fail to follow through with domestic assault charges against a loved one once authorities arrive and the altercation ends. Intoxication or drug use often escalates couples' arguments that subside once the substances' effects wear off.
Handicapped-only parking spots are in just about every parking lot across Orlando. They are close to the front of the building and warn users that those who park in them without a valid permit could be towed or fined up to $250. But as one Altamonte Springs resident recently found out, it can also land you in jail.
The defense team for a doctor arrested on drug charges in Orlando wants the defendant's trial moved out of Orange County. The physician is charged with drug distribution through a pill mill. Pill mills are names given to doctors or clinics that dispense addictive prescription medications -- like painkillers -- to patients who may not or do not need them.
Nearly every television station has some form of law enforcement drama airing nightly. In most episodes, viewers are reminded of their rights whenever an arrest is characterized by actors and actresses. However, in real life, it is not always easy to keep emotions in check and remember the dos and don'ts of what to do if you are ever arrested.