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  • Meth Lab Found at Daytona's Beachside
    Meth Lab Found at Daytona's Beachside

    On Wednesday afternoon, police were called to the woods of South Peninsula Avenue in Daytona Beach regarding a suspicious person. Upon arrival, authorities discovered all the parts for a working meth ...

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  • Homicides in Volusia-Flagler Highest in 15 Years
    Homicides in Volusia-Flagler Highest in 15 Years

    While Florida’s crime rate has steadily dropped over the last few years, homicides in Volusia and Flagler counties hit a 15-year high last year. In all, 32 people were killed in the two counties in ...

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  • Hazing Laws on College Campuses
    Hazing Laws on College Campuses

    Hazing is a type of ceremony in which many fraternities or sororities will harass, abuse, or humiliate new pledges as a way of initiating them into a group. Hazing can range from something as benign ...

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  • Why You Need to Use Your Right to Remain Silent
    Why You Need to Use Your Right to Remain Silent

    Your right to remain silent is important to us and we want to do what it takes to protect it. This, however, must begin with helping you understand your right and when to invoke it. For the most part, ...

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  • License Suspension after a DUI
    License Suspension after a DUI

    A DUI is a serious conviction which can result in hefty fines, jail time, and severe consequences such as having your license revoked and suspended. These penalties can be lifelong, and a DUI can also ...

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  • Several Charged for Contractor Work Without Licenses in Florida Sting
    Several Charged for Contractor Work Without Licenses in Florida Sting

    Volusia County law enforcement have concluded an extensive sting to catch several individuals throughout the area who had allegedly been posing as contractors without any official licenses or ...

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