Corey Ira Cohen’s Guides

Corey Ira Cohen

Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Fourth Amendment Rights

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, almost 4 years ago.

    Exceptions to Warrant Requirement While a warrant is generally required for the police to perform a valid search, in reality, many lawful searches are done without a warrant pursuant to the recognized exceptions to the requirement. Police do not need a valid warrant to perform a ...

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  2. Search warrants

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    Fourth Amendment Rights and Search Warrants The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects individuals against unreasonable searches and seizures. Fourth Amendment protections only apply to government action. In addition, in order for a person to have Fourth ...

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  3. Florida Bar Investigations

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    If your character and fitness for admission to The Florida Bar has been called into question you may be requested to appear for an investigative hearing. Investigative hearings will be informal but thorough, with the object of ascertaining the truth. Technical rules of evidence ...

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  4. Firearm Charges in Florida

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    You may have arrived at this Web page after you were charged with any crime associated with a gun or other lethal weapon: Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon Armed drug trafficking Armed robbery Assault with a deadly weapon ...

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  5. Florida Armed Robbery

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    Florida Armed Robbery Charges Attorney There are different types of robbery in Florida: Robbery by sudden snatching, Robbery without a weapon, Robbery with a weapon and Robbery with a firearm. Robbery with a firearm is the most serious type and is a first degree felony which is...

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  6. DUI Breath Results in Florida

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    Blood Alcohol or Breath Alcohol Content Under the Law in Florida anyone who is driving a vehicle and has a blood alcohol or Breath Alcohol level of .08 or higher is presumed to be impaired and guilty of DUI. As an experienced DUI defense attorney I know this is not always the cas...

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  7. Underage Drinking in Florida

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    When the Bar Lets You In and You Get Busted It happens all the time in Florida. A college student or an out-of-state college or high school student on spring break uses a fake ID to get into a nightclub in Florida or purchase alcohol from a liquor store. They do not take into acc...

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  8. Florida DUI Checkpoints

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    DUI Checkpoints DUI checkpoints are a way for police officers to enforce DUI laws against drinking and driving. Most states allow DUI checkpoints with only a few states making the sobriety stations illegal under state DUI law. In Florida DUI checkpoints are legal and are used by ...

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  9. Racing and Reckless Driving

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    Orlando, Florida: Defense of Reckless Driving Charges Florida's "racing on highways" law makes it a criminal misdemeanor to engage in certain types of street racing and reckless driving. There is a big difference between getting a "racing on the highways" arrest and a traffic tic...

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  10. Mail and Wire Fraud

    Written by attorney Corey Cohen, over 4 years ago.

    o Mail Fraud: This is any scheme to defraud someone, even if unsuccessful, where the U.S. Postal Service or any interstate carrier is used to commit the crime. o Wire Fraud: Similar to mail fraud, wire fraud is a scheme to defraud someone, except use of any sort of electronic co...

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