In Cruisin' For A Bruce-in, we ride along with Florida Attorney Bruce Denson as he gives brief explanations on Florida Law and what to do in common legal situations.
Alright, if you've been arrested for a battery and as a condition of your release the judge has ordered that you not have any contact at all with the other person: You cannot have any contact at all. That means you can't call them, you can't text them, you can't see them in person. If you see them walking down the street, you get on the other side. You cannot contact them through a third party, that means you can't have your sister call them up and give them a message. No contact means no contact. If you violate it, you're going to be in more trouble than when you started. So, don't do it. What you can do is file a motion to lift that no contact order with the judge and get in court and have that lifted where you can get back in contact with the person. That's a good way to start resolution of your case.
With 41 percent of Florida car accident fatality victims not wearing a seat belt, choosing to wear a seatbelt should be a no brainer. However, to enforce this safety measure, Florida law requires all drivers and passengers (sitting in the front seat) of motor vehicles to wear a seatbelt, regardless of age. So, when you're in the car, make the smart choice and buckle up.
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