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Don Pumphrey
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Criminal Defense and DUI Attorney in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida
Criminal Defense and DUI Attorney in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida

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Many concerns arise about the "uniformity" of the latest bill on diversion programs here in Florida... Here's all the information you need to know.
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Update on Ex-Felon Voting Rights: In a strongly worded ruling, seen as a U.S. District Judge Mark Walker said the disenfranchisement of felons who have served their time is not only "nonsensical," but also a violation of the first and 14th amendments...
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As of December 12th, 2017, the original FAA rules have been reinstated and all drones must be registered!
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In the state of Florida, you can legally own a gun, or semi-legally treat an illness using marijuana, but the harsh reality is that you can’t do both.
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Nothing says let's chat like a cup of tea and our famous Tupelo Honey...Call us about your free consultation today!
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With the DUI checkpoint going on in Tallassee tomorrow evening, keep in mind that it is illegal to get your blood drawn without your consent or without a warrant. If you run into trouble, call the Pumphrey Law Firm at (850)-681-7777.
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DUI on a horse??? It may seem far-fetched but as of December 28th a Polk county woman ended up losing custody of her horse for riding the animal while intoxicated.
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If you have any questions about how to legally fly a drone that’s larger than 55 pounds in your state, continue reading our latest blog and contact a qualified attorney who can help you.
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If you're caught underage drinking this holiday season, here are a few tips to keep in mind. Check out our vlog channel on youtube for more videos and helpful #TipsWithPumphrey
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If your school has accused you of wrongdoing, it may seem similar to a criminal accusation, but it could be even more damaging. Often times you will be presumed guilty, and need to prove innocence. Read our blog on all the information you will need to know.
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