¿Puedo abrir mi negocio si no es considerado “esencial”? Consequencias legales en Miami-Dade y Broward

A partir del primero de Abril de 2020 en el Estado de la Florida entró en vigor la Orden Ejecutiva Nro. 20-91 decretada por el Gobernador Ron Desantis, en la cual quedan cerrados todos los establecimientos comerciales que no sean considerados “esenciales” por la ley. ¿Cuáles comercios son considerados “esenciales” en Miami-Dade y Broward? El decreto de emergencia 20-91 establece ... Read More

Domestic Violence in Florida

In Florida, domestic violence is defined as any assault, battery, aggravated assault or battery, kidnapping, false imprisonment or other criminal offense committed by a household or family member that results in the injury or death to another household or family member. The definition of a household member can include a spouse, former spouse, person related by blood or marriage, people ... Read More

COVID-19 and Criminal Charges in Miami-Dade

During the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping your business open in violation of an Emergency Order may mean criminal charges in Miami-Dade. On March 12, 2020, Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez issued an Executive Order declaring a State of Emergency in Miami Dade County in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). Soon after, the Mayor signed an Emergency Order to shutdown all on-site services many commercial businesses ... Read More