Category Archives: Drug and Alcohol Related Laws

What is the Difference Between Marchman  & Baker Acts?

What is the Difference Between Marchman & Baker Acts?

Florida citizens who might harm themselves or others may be held involuntarily for assessment up to 72 hours. The statute for mental illness is called the Baker Act. For substance abuse, it is called the Marchman Act. Read our blog to learn what are the specific criteria to commit someone into either one. read more...
Category: Drug and Alcohol Related Laws on 15 August 2019
About Court-Ordered Alcohol Assessment and Court-Ordered Drug Assessment and Evaluation

About Court-Ordered Alcohol Assessment and Court-Ordered Drug Assessment and Evaluation

Judges often time order a substance abuse assessment if a case involves drugs or alcohol. Read our blog to learn about circumstances or convictions where a judge might require a Substance Abuse Assessment and Evaluation. read more...
Category: Addiction Treatment, Drug and Alcohol Related Laws on 21 March 2019
The 911 Good Samaritan Law – The Law that Empowers You to Save a Person’s Life

The 911 Good Samaritan Law – The Law that Empowers You to Save a Person’s Life

The 911 Good Samaritan Law allows people to call 911 without fear of arrest if they are having a drug or alcohol overdose that requires emergency medical care or if they witness someone overdosing. read more...
Category: Drug and Alcohol Related Laws on 30 October 2018

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