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How to Expunge Your Criminal Records in Florida

The Sunshine State may not be so sunny when you have a past criminal record on your shoulders. Furthermore, Florida’s law enforcement agencies and courts make it simple for anyone to access your criminal records. Continue reading


Can You Be Punished for Suspicion of Drunk Driving?

Driving your car under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is considered a criminal offense in the United States. In Florida, DUI is considered a severe crime that can attract heavy fines. Continue reading


Hunter Chamberlin Speaks with Russell Rhodes on Fox 13’s Ask a Lawyer Program on the Statue of Limitations on Sexual Abuse in Tampa FL

Hunter Chamberlin spoke with Fox 13’s Russell Rhodes to answer legal questions on the statue of limitations on sexual abuse in Tampa Florida as a part of the Ask-A-Lawyer segment. Continue reading


What to Do When Arrested for Drug Offense in Florida

In Florida, drug possession is categorized into two; ‘without intent’ and ‘with intent’ to supply. Although each has its own set of penalties and regulations, they are both criminal offenses, and regardless of the category you’re in, you should seek legal advice for your specific situation. Continue reading


5 Things to Know If You Are Charged with a Robbery Offense in Florida

Robbery is a serious offense, and if you’ve been charged with a robbery in Florida, you could be looking at some long jail time. If violence or force was involved in stealing someone else’s property, then you could be charged with a robbery. Continue reading


Why Is It So Important to Have a Good Criminal Defense Attorney on Hand?

If you have been arrested and are facing charges in the state of Florida, you are likely to go up against a seasoned and determined State Prosecutor. Even if you are confident you can prove your innocence Continue reading


Hunter Chamberlin Speaks with Fox 13 on the Legal consequences of Swatting in Tampa FL

Hunter Chamberlin spoke with Fox 13’s Laura Moody to answer any legal questions on the legal consequences of swatting. Watch the video below about Florida law on the case of a suspect facing a felony charge of fatally ‘swatting’ man 1,400 miles away. Continue reading


The Fair Labor Standard ACT’s Executive, Administrative and Professional Exemption

Over the course of the 16 years I have been practicing law, I have often represented small business owners who have inadvertently run afoul of the federal minimum wage and overtime laws. Continue reading


Fox 13 Tampa Bay Battle Over Gun Laws Video with Hunter Chamberlin and Walter Allen

Hunter Chamberlin was standing by with Fox 13’s Walter Allen to discuss the battle over gun laws. Continue reading


Woman Charged with a DUI on a Horse? Do Not Drink and Drive in Florida!

According to the Associated Press a 53-year-old woman riding a horse down a Florida highway has been charged with driving drunk. Only in Florida… View the article here: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/weird-news/florida-woman-horseback-charged-dui-n817231 As a prosecutor, Hunter handled hundreds of DUI cases, including many … Continue reading


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