The guy is claiming that I broke into his house with his girlfriend who was not aloud in his house and stole things and installed a bomb in his attic. He also claimed that I am sidelong with his girlfriend and her and I work together to under mine him whatever that means. Its all lies and the guy... Read more »
This is an interesting question and you are protected by the constitution against cruel and unusual punishment. Given your fact pattern, I don’t believe that the actions of the officer rise to that level, the intervention by the deputy was appropriate and kept the situation from the escalating...Read more »
He was assaulted outside a bar . A guy punched him in the face and continued to strike him. My husband had a concealed license, pulled his gun fired a warning shot and then shot the guy who refused to back down . My husband fleed the scene however before police arrived
Charged with F2 Laviscious battery in Florida. Met person in an adult website that promised is only adults within their regulations. Person faked age and mother pursuing for this veteran to be charged. I did not know.
First thing for you to do is to hire a competent and aggressive criminal trial lawyer...and refrain from discussing the facts of this case on the internet...These charges are extremely serious and you are facing severe consequences if convicted. My former partner, Bruce Lehr, is a very effective...Read more »
My discovery is completely inaccurate and it states that I waived my Miranda rights and incriminated myslef a great deal. I never waived my Miranda rights and they put all those words in my mouth, I never said I did anything and that's how the report reads is that I said I did this and that... Read more »
This is not the purpose of this site and anyone answering this question would be assisting you on “cheating.” Good try but you need to use something other than google to obtain research for your school project and/or learn to better frame your searches.
After I pepper sprayed them in self defense to get a loved one out of the area they came looking for us and ended up throwing a brick through the car windshield. I called the police filed a report and also have an upcoming case with them for the damage to the car. Now they have turned around and... Read more »
Your question suggests that someone other than a judge signing off on a warrant…as a former circuit judge from Miami, I would suggest that this practice would be frowned upon and in my opinion would not be legal. In this modern world, I would also believe that an electronic signature may pass...Read more »
Finding was reached. I filed a motion to dismiss on grounds of violations of my 14th amendment, not only for the illegal arrest but the Sheriffs dept, sent me a notice of my warrant, I communicated back and decided to go a more refined way and file a motion to quash Capias, it was sent back by... Read more »
Notice to the agency is required by Florida Statutes, must be filed within three years of the occurrence and the dept of financial services must also be served. You should also hire a lawyer to do this and handle this matter for a myriad of good reasons.
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