Once you file a police report, it will be up to the law enforcement agency to determine whether to submit the report to the Office of the State Attorney. If they do, and if upon review the State believes that there is sufficient evidence to file charges, they will be able to do so at that time.
I was on probation for a misdemeanor charge and I didn't get all my fines paid in time. I also didn't get my anger management classes done because I didn't have the money. How much time do you usually spend in jail for this?
There is not a standard period of incarceration I can only say that the court could do anything from reinstatement to 1 year in the County Jail. Considering what the violation is, an experienced criminal attorney should be able to get additional time to allow you to complete the conditions in hope...Read more »
I suggest you apply for a concealed carry permit. You will first need to complete a gun safety class and then you can apply at a regional office. You will need to bring a photo id along with your certificate showing you completed the gun safety class. zlawfirmfl.com
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