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Hunter Chamberlin on Fox 13 News – Hemp Law Makes Prosecuting Marijuana Cases Difficult

A new Florida law legalizing hemp is making it harder for law enforcement to arrest someone for marijuana possession because hemp and marijuana plants are difficult to distinguish. Continue reading


How a Criminal Past Can Implicate a Job Search in Tampa FL

Hunter Chamberlin as recently invited to be a guest speaker at the St. Pete College Titan Tuesdays to talk about how a criminal past can implicate a job search. Continue reading


How Small Businesses Commonly Get Into Trouble with the Fair Labor Standards Act

Hunter was recently published in the Florida Bar Journal for his column on Labor And Employment Law, “Mistakes Were Made: How Small Businesses Commonly Get Into Trouble with the Fair Labor Standards Act” Continue reading


Florida Supreme Court Change Has Huge Implications for Criminal Defendants.

Hunter Chamberlin was on the committee that proposed the change reflected in the supreme court opinion, and it has huge implications for criminal defendants. Continue reading


Myth Buster! What To Do If You Receive A Traffic Ticket (In Florida)

Just because you have been driving for years or you just got out of a driving school doesn’t mean that you understand all the traffic rules. There are several misconceptions about traffic rules Continue reading


Understanding the Legal Benefits and Disadvantages to Working as an Employee or Independent Contractor.

The new economy has ushered in a variety of opportunities for talented freelancers who know how to market their skills to businesses.  It’s not a hard sell for many either as companies strive Continue reading


Employment Law: Labor Regulations in the U.S. and Florida

Employment law and labor regulations mainly cover the rights and the obligations between an employer and an employee. Employment relationships can be complicated. Continue reading


In The Courtroom – The Difference Between Legal and Factual Guilt

In law, you are either deemed as being factually guilty, or legally guilty depending on the circumstances surrounding your arrest and subsequent prosecution in court. Continue reading


Employment Law – Hiring, Firing and Everything In-between

Civil litigation comes in many forms. Torts, contracts, employment — these are potential areas of dispute. Knowing your rights and having a basic understanding of the law may protect you if you find yourself in a civil dispute. Continue reading


Under Age Drunk Driving? – What Should You Do Next?

Drinking under the influence commonly referred to as DUI, is not only an offense for adults but minors as well. When you’re caught driving under the influence of alcohol or other drug substances, you risk paying fines and serving a jail term. Continue reading


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