Is the case in Florida? It is really difficult to answer based on how the question is presented, but would be easy to answer if someone who knows what they are doing looks at the docket. There are many Florida appellate attorneys who will give you a free consultation if you simply google...Read more »
A lesser charge because the victims statement changed drastically and added more then what was originally said in the confession the judge responded no the outcome was another hung jury after that question I went home and was mailed another hearing letter to start the case completely over I hired... Read more »
In short, it doesn't. Assuming that the defendant didn't have an attorney, if the defendant failed to raise the objection it has been waived. The judge may have thought that there was sufficient evidence that a crime had been committed.
I accused of stalking after argument with woman at a Target store in Bradenton, Florida. “Stalking” here was printed materials & items posted online w/pictures from woman’s public Facebook page. I never contacted or attempted to contact this person. No physical evidence tying me this.... Read more »
It sounds like your husband pled guilty to a criminal offense and is now, or is about to be, in removal (deportation) proceedings before an Immigration Court. Even if a person is deportable, there may be forms of relief available to help them stay in the United States. Like our firm, there are...Read more »
I have a final order for dissolution of marriage because of a default judgement. I was never served and motioned the court to vacate and it was denied. Best part that I was never married with the person because it is a void marriage. She was still married when we got married. Motioned the court to... Read more »
We went to court twice. My lawyer called my x into the hall to talk before he even acknowledged me both times. Permanent DVI hearing, my lawyer has nothing of mine to present to the judge. No pics of all the bruises, no police rpts, nothing. My Permanent DVI was denied. CPS requested emergency... Read more »
the appealed decision was from a motion to suppress evidence, the evidence that was found is what charged everyone, so if it in fact is reversed by a higher court then wouldn't the same happen to the co Defendents. because if there is no evidence then there is no case no crime?
As in most cases, it depends. It depends upon why the appellate court hypothetically found that the evidence should be suppressed as against you. It could be, for example, that the other parties didn't have standing to object to seizure of the evidence from you.
I was arrested on 1129 my charges to begin with was if you look online at Washington county clerk of Court was possession of a controlled substance without prescription and drug paraphernalia will they change our first appearance to possession of synthetic marijuana and paraphernalia then they... Read more »
You definitely have the right to be appointed a public defender on a felony charge. Contact your local public defender's office or hire a criminal defense attorney. You definitely want to have an attorney explain the ramifications of any agreement with the State, even if its PTI.
I was summoned to court as a witness the app that they provide to me was glitchy and unable to function properly also the helpline that was provided on the summits went to call center they were also unable to answer any of my questions and could not help me with the app what are my options if they... Read more »
It says 'insufficent evidence' for self employment for the continued payments starting Dec 27 2020. It was good enough for 2020 but then not anymore. I thought i uploaded schedule C from 2019 but apperently the DEO did not get it and so they claim i got to pay back 18x125 (not including... Read more »
Stay was denied because I could not afford a surety bond. Lawyers have already begun quest to grab what they can from me. If I win a reversal in Appeals Court (and I feel strongly that I will) would lawyers then be obligated to pay me back and/or return assets they seized?
This is not my area of practice, but your question remains open for two weeks and it frustrates me that a veteran might have their benefits held up due to administrative discrepancies in personal information. Here is an address link to a page in the SSA website -...Read more »
It is close to impossible to find out if you are going to be charged with unemployment fraud, or any crime, until it happens. Typically, a law enforcement officer making contact with you to question you is a sign that you might be being investigated for a crime. An arrest generally means a law...Read more »
From prison shortly after. I notified both the eleventh circuit and the US Attorney of my release address. A month later the US Attorney mailed me a certificate of interested person's with an appellate case number (18-13559-E). I have since heard nothing from the courts or US Attorney. It has... Read more »
Call the Clerk of Court in the court of your case. Most information like this is publicly available, so the Clerk of Court can answer any questions about the status of your case. Be sure you have the case number, if that's available to you.
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