Anthony Rubino’s Guides

Anthony Rubino

Miami Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Florida Criminal Case Timeline

    Written by attorney Anthony Rubino, almost 3 years ago.

    If you or a loved one has been arrested in Florida, then the following will give you an idea of what to expect: 1) Arrest When a person is arrested, they are handcuffed behind their back and placed into a police vehicle. They are then driven to a jail facility. It is not uncommon...

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  2. Miami-Dade "Back on Track Program" for first time DUI Offenders

    Written by attorney Anthony Rubino, almost 3 years ago.

    Miami-Dade Back on Track Program for first time DUI Offenders What is the new Back on Track Program offered by the Miami-Dade State Attorneys Office? The Back on Track Program is a program supervised by Court Options that allows some first time offenders to have their DUI charge...

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  3. Sealing or Expunging of Criminal Records in Florida

    Written by attorney Anthony Rubino, almost 3 years ago.

    Can you seal or expunge your criminal record? In order to Seal or Expunge your criminal record it must be determined that you are eligible to do so. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) is the governing body who determines whether or not a person is eligible to S...

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  4. Drug Trafficking - Minimum Mandatory Sentences

    Written by attorney Anthony Rubino, about 3 years ago.

    Drug Trafficking cases in Florida come with very serious minimum mandatory penalties. A minimum mandatory sentence means that, if convicted, the Judge may sentence the defendant to no less than the minimum mandatory sentence. This is true even if the sentencing guidelines are far...

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  5. Do I Really Need to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney? 4 Reasons You Should Seriously Consider It.

    Written by attorney Anthony Rubino, over 3 years ago.

    The State Attorney announced in court that they would not put me in jail if convicted so I don't need a lawyer! Although this is wonderful news, this does not mean that a conviction will not affect y

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