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I Just Pled to the Charge, Now What is Happening?

By Nathan Ross | August 21, 2018

A guide to understanding the sentencing process: When one choses to plead to criminal charges, there are several terms that officers of the court (judges & attorneys) use in the execution and imposition of the sentence. If you are unfamiliar with them, it can be very confusing. My hope, is that this legal guide will […]

I wasn’t read my rights, will my DUI get dismissed?

By Nathan Ross | August 21, 2018

The impact of Miranda on a DUI investigation. Miranda rights were established in 1966 in the Supreme Court of the United States case of Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966). In this landmark case the Court concluded that criminal suspects have the right to remain silent and the right to any attorney when being […]

How Can I Get a DUI if I Wasn’t Driving?

By Nathan Ross | August 21, 2018

I recently saw this question posted on a local website and thought it would be a good subject for this week’s contribution. In Florida, you can indeed get a DUI even if you weren’t found driving. In this post I am just going to address one of the elements of a DUI. The first element […]

How Does a DUI affect Your Security Clearance?

By Nathan Ross | August 21, 2018

If you have a security clearance and get arrested for Driving under the Influence (“DUI”), it won’t take you long before you start wondering if you have just jeopardized your livelihood by getting arrested, particularly if there is reason to believe you are guilty. In short, you need to know how a DUI arrest or […]

A Ramp up to Boating Season

By Nathan Ross | August 21, 2018

Some Things to Know About Boating under the Influence Since summer is here and boating is such a popular activity throughout Florida, I thought this would be a good opportunity to provide information about Boating under the Influence (“BUI”) law and compare it to Driving Under the Influence (“DUI”). This is important because there are […]

What’s This I Hear About Avoiding a DUI Checkpoint?

By Nathan Ross | August 21, 2018

Recently, I’ve been reading headlines and have even seen a few Youtube videos touting a method of avoiding contact with law enforcement during a DUI checkpoint. The technique involves making your driver’s license and vehicle registration visible to law enforcement without rolling down your window or otherwise making contact with any officers. However, I haven’t […]

Luke Law, LLC Expands with Addition of an Attorney

By T. Hailey Hatcher | August 21, 2018

Attorneys Gary L. Luke and T. Hailey Hatcher are pleased to welcome Nathan R. Ross to Luke Law as a DUI attorney. Prior to joining Luke Law, Nathan worked as a prosecutor in the Office of the State Attorney in Clay County, Florida. During his years of service to the State, Nathan prosecuted thousands of […]

ANATOMY OF A LAWSUIT – A Brief Primer For Clients

By T. Hailey Hatcher | August 21, 2018

What To Expect With Your Lawsuit In the personal injury field, there are essentially three outcomes to sending a demand package with an offer to settle a claim. One, the insurance company for the tortfeasor makes an offer to resolve the case which is satisfactory to the claimants; Two, they make an offer which under […]

New Office Space for Luke Law, LLC

By T. Hailey Hatcher | August 21, 2018

Attorneys Gary L. Luke and T. Hailey Hatcher are proud to announce that Luke Law, LLC is moving into a new office space. Over the next several days, our office will be moved from our present location into a newly remodled office suite located directly across the hall from our former location. If you are […]

Cancellation or Nonrenewal of Your Automobile Insurance Policy

By T. Hailey Hatcher | August 21, 2018

When I have a client involved in an automobile accident who has sustained an injury, I always request a copy of my client’s automobile insurance policy. When the party at fault for the collision is not insured or when the at-fault party does not have adequate insurance to compensate my client, then I look to […]