According to a recent article published in The Florida Times Union, Florida’s Republican-led Legislature is keeping alive Senate Bill 176 that would allow people with concealed weapons permits to carry guns on 12 state university campuses.
When you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, life as you know it seems to come to an abrupt stop. Your comfort zone shatters, and that awful sense of panic sets in. To make things worse, if you've never consulted with an attorney in the past, having to do so now might seem intimidating, especially when the charges are serious.
This country is full of unusual laws, like Massachusetts’ “no driving with a gorilla in the backseat” or Alaska’s “no tethering your dog to the roof of the car.” Florida is no exception. Although many are not currently recognized, here are just 15 of some of the most bizarre laws passed in Florida over the years.
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