You don’t have to answer any questions and can simply provide the officer with your license, registration and insurance. Do you really think that anything you say is going to help you? It won’t, and if the cop thinks you’re impaired, you’re going to jail no matter what you say or do, so...Read more »
By example, F.S. 877.03 Breach of the peace; disorderly conduct. - Two people call in about a fight in the street between two non related males. Officers arrive, interview both parties and arrest one or both for Disorderly Conduct. The two witnesses are interviewed, provide sworn statements but... Read more »
The State is always the party bringing the charges, and "victims" are merely witnesses, or essential witnesses to the crimes. Where the State is truly the "victim" is in economic cases like worker's comp fraud or insurance fraud or theft of public funds. But in reality, the "people" are the victims.
Problem as in we get a fine, commit a crime/felony, or if it is possibly considered impersonating a physician. The club members will only be wearing the shirts in our clubs and Club community service events and have a logo on the back which will distinguish the shirts as not being actual medical... Read more »
As long as you're not practicing medicine, treating patients or holding yourself out as a licensed doctor, I think you're OK. I have a Halloween costume with a white lab coat that says, Dr. Ben Dover and I wear scrubs underneath.
They misspelled my middle name. The spelling on my citation is different than the name that was booked in the jail. Therefore The case is State of Florida vs Wrong Name. I am looking for a technicality to dismiss the case.
It's not that easy. Technical errors like those are allowed to be cured by amendment and are not fatal to the State's case. Additionally, they have your booking photo and the arresting officer will ID you in court, so that's not going to help.
Focus on the merits of the State's case with...Read more »
We are both in the lease and have split up, we told the landlord and they said they will terminate the lease if we leave and pay one more months rent. She is refusing to pay and I already paid my half, can they just evict her and terminate my end of the lease?
Highly unlikely, unless you can successfully sue for false arrest. The standard of proof for that type of lawsuit is very high to get any recovery and you'll have to find a lawyer willing to take it on.
A second DUI is normally not a felony, unless there is serious bodily injury or death. Sometimes the driver is also charged with felony DWLS, if they are driving on a habitual traffic offender suspension.
The terms of the contract will control, and the contract start state itself may be contingent upon a background check. You should show the agreement to an attorney, but it sounds like you never really started so "just cause" might not even apply.
I got a dui in 2015, my 3rd dui, 2 in PA, one down here, I got 10 years lose of license. I'm eligible right now to get my hardship license but my work wants me to be a foreman but to be a foreman you have to have a license and I know I'm not going to have to get a blow and go in the vehicle... Read more »
Possibly. If you are required to use a company vehicle for work, you can get around the IID requirement, provided that your employer is aware. You should have a full consultation with an attorney before you make any moves with DHSMV..
I've recently been stopped and arrested for driving without a license. I was assigned a court date but I unfortunately missed it due to the fact that I work an over night job with a lot of hours. Between fatigue and stress at home lately I forgot and woke up a bit too late. I understand its not a... Read more »
First charged in my life, I admitted everything to the cops and now my job, my gf, my career are in jeopardy. I haven't slept since I got out of jail, I don't have the money to hire a lawyer. Is there anyway you can help me by not getting sentence with jail. Please!!!
There are a lot of things happening here. First, you have driver license issues with the FL-DHSMV and you you have the criminal case in court. If you simply don't appear, the court will issue a warrant for your arrest.
Since there's so much information you need to have, I strongly suggest...Read more »
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