Never went inside the court room until he took the plea offered was 15yrs 10 mandatory 5probation. After the credit time it left him with 12yrs. Now i need to know can his charges be changed to att 2nd degree murder when it was never mentioned for 3yrs. Also with that time what will be his release... View More
Something happened during the course of three years. Somebody went to court. His presence may have been waived. It is a serious charge. He should have received a copy of his discovery, discussed issues with his attorney about the case, been shown a score sheet and asked whether he accepted the...View More
If a condition of your probation or bond is house arrest then you cannot leave your house, not even the back yard, unless given permession to do so. If you work then an itinerary will be requested prior. Best of luck
I found a key to the life guard tower in the sand and then used it to open the tower to sleep in. Nothing was damaged or taken. At 6am an officer openned it and said "your under arrest" for burglary and possession of burgarly tools (my self defense pocket knife) with intent to use. Also... View More
Just because a police officer arrests you does not mean that the state attorney will charge you with the same charge. Technically, you entered a structure but was your intent. If you intent was to commit a crime therein then it is burglary. More tahn likely this willbe changed to a trespass,...View More
When an officer in Florida searches a vehicle under his belief that he has probable cause due to the odor of marijuana ( real or fabricated to gain “legal accesses” to the vehicle) and then does not find any marijuana, ashes, butts or Paraffinalia, but does find other illegal drugs or... View More
Respectfully, disagree with my colleague. If you have a warrant you dont want to fly. Not likely that you will be extradited for a misdemeanor but the smart move is to resolve the warrant and then fly. Are you flying out of polk county? somewhere close? in and out of Florida. You will be...View More
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