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Traffic ticket in Miami-Dade County?

What to do when you get a traffic ticket in Miami-Dade County Everyone hates getting a traffic ticket. When it happens in Miami-Dade County, you might end up getting a stack of tickets all in one traffic stop. Because twelve points on your license in twelve months will result in a suspension of your license, you probably do not want to just pay the ticket. Paying the ticket is an admission of your guilt, and will Read More

How to Deal with a Bad Landlord

It is hard to be a tenant in Florida with an unpleasant landlord. Typical complaints can include broken appliances, leaking, the mold that is inevitable when you have leaking and air conditioning, a refusal to return your security deposit, and the list goes on and on. Here are some tips for dealing with your landlord to preserve your rights, set your attorney up to win a case on your behalf, and live peacefully Read More

Muir & Associates Supports National Adoption Day

On Friday, November 21, Miami Children’s Museum hosted National Adoption Day, where dozens of children who are in foster care were made permanent members of loving families in Miami-Dade County. The event was organized by the Florida Department of Children and Families and Our Kids of Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. Jane Muir and Megan Ralstin of Muir & Associates served as witnesses for the legal formalities Read More

“Vamos a Cuba” is Going Nowhere

Vamos a Cuba! Is Going Nowhere On November 16, 2009, the United State Supreme Court unanimously denied a petition for writ of certiorari from petitioners, including the American Civil Liberties Union, to keep a children’s book, Vamos a Cuba!, on library shelves in Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Though only 32 pages long, the book inspired hundreds of pages of opinion in federal courts and a three-year clash Read More