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Albert Quirantes, Esq. Criminal DUI & Ticket Lawyers
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Finally, I am left speechless!
Thank you for this great testimonial. Here’s Franky Faze, three years ago he was broke, without a drivers license and without any possibility of reinstating. Enter the Q! We vacated and reversed many convictions and had them dismissed. Got him a license again and now he drives a brand new Lexus, making good money and earning a great living. If your license is suspended, call the Q. 305-644-1800
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Thank you for the honor of being selected as the Most Outstanding Criminal Defense Attorney in Florida by the Acquisition International Publication. https://www.acq-intl.com

Albert Quirantes, Esq.
Criminal DUI & Ticket Lawyers PA • Miami Florida 305-644-1800
www.CRIMINALDEFENDANT.com
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Fighting Over Bushels of Marijuana Floating Up on Florida Beaches

Hurricane Florence didn’t really have any effect on Florida’s weather whatsoever. It passed by the Sunshine State way out in the Atlantic Ocean, and other than sending some big waves to Florida‘s East Coast and elevated humidity levels.

We Floridians didn’t really notice Hurricane Florence at all until square groupers started showing up on the beaches of last week causing Floridians to fight over the marijuana. ‘Square Grouper’ is the term used to describe the packaged bushels of marijuana used by drug runners that occasionally show up on the beaches.

The protocol for finding a huge bushel of weed on the beach is pretty simple: you step away and call the police. The cops will come, take it away, and you can go about living your life and not have to worry about having broken the law or going to jail.

Floridians march to the beat of a different drum. We might not ever get recreational marijuana in the state of Florida unless it’s legalized federally. Folks are sucking down pharmaceutical pills faster than any other state in America, while illegal cannabis carries harsh punishments.

Those harsh legal punishments for the possession of marijuana didn’t stop Floridians from going nuts over the weed showing up on the beaches. One person who found a bail of marijuana called 911 and reported seeing ‘7 or 8’ people fighting over who gets to keep the weed according to the National Post:

“We’re at Jungle Hut Park and a huge bundle of drugs or something just washed up on the beach and there are people like fighting over it.” How many people? the call-taker inquired, according to a recording of the exchange. “There’s like seven or eight people out here,” the caller replied, “and they’re all like huddling up against it, and my dad’s trying to take it so that you guys can have it all.”

It just keeps showing up.

In the past week alone, more than 100-pounds of marijuana has washed up on the beaches of Florida after Hurrican Florence caused some large waves to hit the coast.

A Florida woman found pot washed ashore and took off with it — now cops wanna find the ruthless criminal and her Devil’s Lettuce before she gets away and smokes it.

A 61-year-old man was found with a brick of marijuana weighing 11-pounds (found on the beach) and was charged with possession of over 20 grams, a Felony. So the cops are taking this VERY seriously regardless of whether or not the beachgoers are.

This has been happening throughout Flagler, St. Johns and Volusia counties which is in and around the Daytona Beach area. So if you’re in that region and you see a huge plastic-wrapped item on the beach you should just call the cops and walk away.

Don’t get yourself arrested while trying to score free weed. However if you get cuffed for any reason, put my number on speed dial because you may need me: 305-644-1800
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Amen! And here is a share!!
Wounded US Marine Kirstie Ennis lost her leg in a fight in Afghanistan! Thank you for you services and sacrifices. We are proud of you!
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20 years to get justice – State Farm is fined for major fraud on consumers

How can this kind of fraud be allowed? State Farm buys a judge, it’s discovered and they pay a fine and it’s over. What happens to all the victims?

It’s the same way the red light camera companies buy the politicians and profit heavily from the implementation of this unfair enforcement system.

The punishment should be jail for the executives and a debilitating fine to the company not just an expense. This will deter this kind of conduct in the future from happening over and over. Especially now that a major hurricane is looming, fraud must be stopped. Look at this:

State Farm Pays $250 Million In Bribery Scandal

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company last week agreed to pay $250 million to settle a lawsuit over substandard vehicle repairs and racketeering. The nationwide class action was filed in Illinois over twenty years ago, but a $1 billion jury verdict against the company was thrown out by the Illinois Supreme Court in 2005. What revived the suit was the undue influence that State Farm exerted over that decision by secretly funding a justice's campaign.

Lloyd A. Karmeier was elected to the high court in 2004, and now serves as chief justice. He joined while the rest of the court was deadlocked over Avery v. State Farm, and the lawsuit's proponents say his vote proved decisive in State Farm's favor. According to the testimony of forensic accountant Thomas A. Myers, State Farm funneled over $3.5 million to Justice Karmeier's campaign, more than three-quarters of the cash raised for his run.

The plaintiffs alleged that State Farm laundered the money and organizational effort through front groups like the Illinois Civil Justice League, which had former State Farm CEO Edward B. Rust Jr and current State Farm lobbyist William G. Shepherd on its executive committee.

Records confirm the close contact between State Farm and the Illinois Civil Justice League, which exchanged a total of 244 phone calls during the campaign. The league hand-picked Karmeier to run for an open seat on the court, raised the money and ran the campaign. To keep from having Justice Karmier recused from the Avery case, State Farm emphatically denied it had anything to do with the justice's election. A federal judge found the allegation that State Farm engaged in racketeering to influence the state Supreme Court decision was credible.

"Here, the court finds that plaintiffs have advanced evidence in support of its allegations to establish causation," US District Judge David R. Herndon ruled. "A reasonable jury could find that had State Farm's involvement been revealed, Justice Karmeier's impartiality could have been reasonably questioned and he could not have participated in the Avery decision and plaintiffs would not have suffered the injury or the damages. In addition, a reasonable jury could find that defendants' alleged fraudulent conduct tainted the Avery proceedings/decision."

Rather than continue the proceedings by having a jury sort out the facts, State Farm agreed to settle without admitting wrongdoing. The company will pay $250 million to those customers who had their cars repaired with non-OEM parts between 1987 and 1998. The payment amount will vary in relation to the cost of the parts and will be made after the legal fees incurred by attorneys Robert A. Clifford and Kristofer S. Riddle are covered.

The insurance industry as a whole has used similar tactics to promote the use of red light cameras and speed cameras through a number of front organizations.
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No deje que una multa de tránsito le arruine la vida. Dispute la en corte. He aquí como hacerlo. Abogado Albert Quirantes.
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Muy buen resultado en la corte criminal de Miami-Dade. Miren a este señor y a su familia como están súper felices con el resultado. Recuerden que Albert Quirantes, es más que un abogado, es un amigo!
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Mi artículo en el DIARIO LAS AMERICAS • My article in DIARIO LAS AMERICAS newspaper.
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