I’d need to see the context, but it appears that a Motion to Continue was denied and the case remains set for trial. But, a lawyer with access to the complete court record can explain this with greater particularly.
I’m still paying monthly installments on the phone and want it back... also they said in the arrest report that they took it because they could read the messages popping up on the screen but that’s not true. His notifications don’t preview the messages
You’ll need a lawyer to pursue the return of the phone through the courts. Police may fight you and seek a warrant to break into the phone to look for incriminating evidence. The most important thing is to find representation for your son. Good luck.
Possibly. If you received a withhold of adjudication on the reckless, you may be eligible for a record sealing. Contact an attorney to discuss your options. It's a simple process to look up your case online.
but, the actual crime took place on the 24th, would he still be responsible.. meaning.. if you punched someone on the 24th.. but the court records for years say your crime took place on the 27th.. Do you have a case to set the record straight and sue for false records of being accused on the wrong... Read more »
Failing a UA is almost as bad as being re-arrested since it shows you were in possession of drugs. If it’s a drug related crime, drug counseling may be appropriate. Much will depend on the PO recommendation and the sentencing practices of the judge.
Florida's wiretapping law is a "two-party consent" law. Florida makes it a crime to intercept or record a "wire, oral, or electronic communication" in Florida, unless all parties to the communication consent.
For example, assuming I know their PO and call their office/ email, can they tell me if a current probationer is in compliance with their terms, attending court ordered substance abuse classes, paying fees, and/or completeing community service.
Rules of procedure allow for a Defendant’s lawyer to waive their client’s appearance at the arraignment. Just be sure the PD has filed the appropriate paperwork in advance of the hearing. Some judges may have their own set of rules. Be careful about that, too.
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