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CRUISE SHIP ARRESTS

Cruise ship Arrests

"Florida police who were searching a cruise ship for suspected terrorists arrested a vacationing woman on a 22-year-old warrant for shoplifting".  She had failed to pay a fine. 

Port Miami and Port Everglades are centers for the growing cruise ship industry. Thousands re-enter the U.S. through these ports every day, and many learn of arrest warrants for the first time only as they are arrested.  

Others may have committed minor offenses while aboard the ship, and been "disembarked" by ship officials, only to be detained onshore, often without bond and far from home. 

Bradley M. Collins, P.A. has years of experience responding rapidly to these emergencies,  expediting hearings before judges and magistrates, and getting  results for stranded clients.  The type of results that earn the firm its AV Preeminent rating year after year.

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