If I live in a home where I rent a room and I suspect that the other tenants are making illegal substance and dealing in stolen bicycles what can I do? I can't afford to move and I don't want to get anyone angry at me either.please help
As the saying goes, "You can't have your cake and eat it too". Either move, get the other tenants angry at you (by reporting them), or risk get in trouble with the law. If the authorities find out about the illegal activity conducted in the home, you will probably be accused of being a part of it.
11-04-22 I was arrested for shoplifting at Walmart in Valrico FL and charged with F3 Petit theft, the total $109.00 (laundry soap, dog food, pillow case, carpet cleaner for urination from dogs, milk, eggnog) I was not told my charges untill I asked at his vehicle. I was not read my rights. I asked... Read more »
Most Attorneys do not offer pro bono services. However, the constitution guarantees you representation in any criminal case which could result in a jail sentence (or probation). If you cannot afford an attorney, the Judge in your case will appoint the Public Defender's office to represent...Read more »
A big drug dealer is arrested for possession with a gun near a lawyers law office. Because of the proximity, his sister suspects the lawyer to be a cop, informer or snitch. The sister agrees to meet with two other of the lawyer’s drug clients at a hotel to determine whether or not the lawyer is... Read more »
Sexual predators and offenders are not permitted to live within 1,000 feet of a school, child care facility, park, or playground. If you live outside of the 1,000-foot radius, you should notify the Sheriff's Department. Refer to your local county ordinances regarding restrictions on sex...Read more »
Probation does have a right to verify your employment and place of work. Your attorney or you can file a motion with the court asking that an order be signed instructing the probation officer to verify employment via paystubs, etc. You can try speaking honestly with your probation officer to see if...Read more »
Several court reporters are refusing to submit a electronic transcript to a litigant in an attempt to conceal a fraudulent court. The court reporters have made unlawful misinformation statements to the litigant and told them that they needed a lawyer for these transcripts, that they had to go to... Read more »
That's weird. A reporter must provide a requested transcript to a party to the case if the party pays the estimated cost up front, and an appropriate motion to the court may be made to seek relief. Which law applies depends on which court you're in.
They had for me, calling me out of the house prior to entry, i was awakened by this and put on a pair of shorts that wrrent mine. They searched me and found drugs. I would have never put on those shorts if they hadnt lied about the arrest warrant because i wouldnt have gone outside. All charges... Read more »
You apparently have a pending criminal charge. You therefore must promptly address your issue with your criminal defense attorney. If you don't have an attorney yet, hire one now , or if unaffordable, determine if the Court will appoint the public defender. Of course it' s not...Read more »
I also have Medical records that prove my blood sugar dropped to 34 so it was impossible for me to be competent. I've been trying to figure out why they punish me for everything. The judge kept me in jail for 4 months with no bond. Then she gave me a bond for 60,000 and all over a domestic I... Read more »
I understand your position; however, I don’t see facts, in your discussion, that supports your claim. Generally speaking, if a judge shows bias, your lawyer should file a motion to recuse (remove the judge from your case). Assuming the facts warrant such a motion, you may wish to pursue an...Read more »
I have a question upon entering out patient surgical center. Patient informs the nurse of being a hard stick. The proceeded with IV in hand which immediately was painful achy and burned. The nurse passed it to the anesthesiologist stating the patient stated it was sensitive. He said he would watch... Read more »
In this scenario, I'm guessing the medical people will have a different story - but if you can prove this happened, I believe the medical people would be liable both civilly and criminally for false imprisonment and battery (at least), and potentially liable civilly for malpractice. Request...Read more »
In florida throwing a rock at someones car is projecting a deadly missile. My question is if someone throws something at your car in a road rage incident that can injure you or your passengers is it legal to shoot back (stand your ground law). I need professional legal advice from someone who knows... Read more »
Your question is vague as to the timing of the events, as well as the specific danger posed by the rock-thrower. You may "stand your ground" with reasonable force that is necessary for self-defense - that is, to stop an ongoing attack that may cause death or great bodily injury to you....Read more »
If your attorney can proffer a reasonable explanation to the prosecutor it's possible. If the medication was not in it's prescribed container (like the bottle from the pharmacy), that's a misdemeanor. However, if the medication is a controlled substance, it will take some convincing....Read more »
It's up to you and whichever lawyer you want to hire. Depending on how far away the charging county is, it might be more cost effective to hire an attorney in the county where you are charged. But any attorney admitted to the Florida Bar can represent you.
Their probation officer declined them to move states, after they asked them if they could leave and switch the classes over to the other state and was willing to pay everything off way faster.. they were homeless and had no help. But in the other state they had my family to help get them back on... Read more »
To seek help on this issue, your significant other must schedule a consultation with an attorney handling criminal cases in the geographic area of the Court where the case was filed. Since the probation officer denied the relief sought, relief must be sought from the Court, which may or may not be...Read more »
I was pulled over with paraphernalia, a small small amount of cocaine, an open container and my firearm. Wich I have a concealed for. The officer said I was facing 3 felonies and a misdemeanor. He gave me the option of letting me go free if I made a deal with a detective. The detective and I talked... Read more »
Yes, it sounds like a scare tactic. Yes, it sounds like a procedure to temporarily go free. Today, some cop might be wondering if you are going to call. if you don't, you just might get arrested on warrants for some or all of what they threatened at the time of the stop. You should retain an...Read more »
I filed a civil suit and during the trial after everyone was sworn in the defendant not only admitted to a federal crime but provided proof that he had possession of the counterfeit document, knowing it was a counterfeit document and submitted a photo copy of that document as evidence.... Read more »
Simply tell your attorney that he or she is fired. The attorney will probably then file a motion to withdraw, send you a copy, and schedule a hearing on the motion. Whether you attend or not is up to you.
A lesser charge because the victims statement changed drastically and added more then what was originally said in the confession the judge responded no the outcome was another hung jury after that question I went home and was mailed another hearing letter to start the case completely over I hired... Read more »
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