If you are charged with a crime and cannot afford a private attorney, the Court will likely appoint an attorney to represent you at no cost to you. If you are seeking advice about your situation though not yet charged with anything, call criminal defense attorneys in your area, and you will...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 »
My 3 month old puppy ate some of my roommates weed and had to have an emergency visit. She is now asking for the vet records because she claims “I am creating false accusations”. She is not planning on doing anything legal with this, however she wants proof of the report saying weed was in my... Read more »
Here is the situation. The defendant is being sued for defamation and trespassing. If the partner of the defendant (who is not involved in the case) turns over text messages where the defendant admits to wrong doing to the plantiff, would these text messages be admissible in Florida state court ?... Read more »
One thing you can do is ask your landlord to move you to another apartment. It would be at your expense. I suppose you've already talked to the neighbor, and he's refused to make accommodations for you.
What happened is he possessed a package with a controlled substance. This scenario is not as uncommon as you might think. The best way to address this situation is through a qualified and experienced lawyer. There may be other facts that you may not be aware of. Even if the marijuana charge is...Read more »
Provided you have no convictions for any other offenses in your past, a withhold of adjudication on possession of marijuana should be eligible for a record sealing, not an expungement. Expungements are reserved for charges that have been dismissed by a judge or dropped by the State.
I was marijuana from someone. He asked me to send him the money first, I did. He then asked me to do a delivery fee, which I did. I did this all under my name because he never said otherwise. Things then began to get weird. He asked to see my medical card, which is my mothers who I was helping with... Read more »
I’ve been in multiple accidents and have been dealing with pain for a while. I occasionally need it for that. I used to take narcotic and non narcotic prescription drugs prescribed to me by a pain doctor and all the others who saw me. My attitude and my emotions changed for the worse as side... Read more »
Your issue is more personal than legal. Your family can't force you to take a drug test. It sounds like they don't want you to smoke in their house. That is not an unreasonable request. It also sounds like you taking a drug test is a condition precedent to you remaining in their house....Read more »
Is it illegal for an employer to refuse to hire someone due to smoking marijuana even if they have a medical marijuana card? The company is saying they have a strict "drug free policy" and cannot excuse marijuana from the drug screening even if a medical card is provided. The type of job... Read more »
The employer is entitled to set requirements for the job. If qualifying in a drug free environment is one of the requirements, then you right (in Florida) to use medical marijuana does not exempt you from that requirement. For example, the employer can require that no person working can take cold...Read more »
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