I sent two trailers out of state to a trailer dealer who is going to sell them on consignment and sent the signed titles. He had promised he was going to pay me and has not. I don’t know if he sold them but he was supposed to pay me nonetheless for the trailers at delivery and he did not. There... Read more »
A police report was filed, I still have evidence of electronic communication as well, and can most likely provide witnesses. The perpetrator was a real estate agent at the time and may have also used her resources in unethical ways to damage my reputation, stalk, and harass me for an extended... Read more »
No, if you are being charged with carrying a concealed firearm, getting a permit after the fact won't make you any less guilty. I suppose it may, however, cause the prosecutor or the judge to go easier on you.
caught shoplifting at Walmart it was $320 worth of stuff. I was apprehended by the worker that worked there the police were there and they didn't even do any paperwork, not in front of me anyway that I saw them do! I was read me my rights never handcuffed . The worker downloaded some videos... Read more »
Yes, it sounds right: the police don't have to do paperwork in front of you, read you your rights (unless they interrogate you and try to use what you say against you), handcuff you, or arrest you. I wouldn't complain, it looks as though you lucked out.
a pain pill; and then arrest him for for dealing drugs! is this legal? then they searched his apartment. they found more pills lying around. they wanted my son to tell them where he got them. if I tell you he will have me killed. they are going to give him five years in jail. is this legal?... Read more »
38 years of practicing law and having served as a circuit judge in Miami tells me that there is more to this fact pattern than you are sharing...You need to have a long conversation with your lawyer and lay all the cards on the table so that he/she is able to properly assist and advise your son of...Read more »
I was in the hard rock casino Tampa Florida playing poker I have $1900 in front of me I lost the pot my understanding the pot was $900 the dealer made a mistake and flipped all the carts over try to cover his self by saying it was all in bed I got upset because he was lying and took my thousand... Read more »
When I spoke to the sheriffs, they told me they would provide a “public attorney” since I do not have the funds for one and it’s been a week and ever since all I get are advertisements in the mail but not the one that has been told to me… so my question is when or how will I get in contact... Read more »
As a former judge and attorney of nearly forty years, my suggestion is that you actively pursue any appointed attorney or public defender so that you can keep yourself informed as to the status of your case…Nothing is worse than waiting for the day of court to find things out…This also applies...Read more »
I friend of mine is being threatened with eviction for trespassing on an easement that belongs to the park and is there to allow access to another piece of land. On some maps and map apps it even shows as being a street.
motions be filed to get recording suppressed. If their was evidence later of a recanted statement and their alleged involvement in the crime but prosecution took no interest in a sworn statement from alleged victim
Depending on the circumstances involved and the jurisdiction in which you are litigating, you should have received discovery and your attorney would have an opportunity to review the discovery and take depositions...Recantations would be fair game in a trial and would be used by you in your defense.
State objected to my counsel's use of my Vietnam service and Federally and State certified 100% total and permanent disability for PTSD. My mental condition had everything to do with my leaving the scene. My question is can they deny me a defense? I was found guilty at trial.
Generally, it depends on the attorney. I personally let people hire me for pre-arraignment representation (including the hearing), but every attorney is different. I would personally hire someone for the pre-arraignment phase, because a lot of times they can negotiate reduced charges or a complete...Read more »
If your case already went to trial, the jury instructions that were provided to the jury would be in the clerk's court file for the case. You can get copies of that from the clerk of courts in the jurisdiction where the trial occurred. Otherwise, the Florida Supreme Court provides a copy of...Read more »
I don’t want to go to jail and I have a son to support and a in the middle of a divorce. I’ve gotten out of a toxic relationship and dealt with abuse growing up and the father is not taking any responsibility for child, the wrong I’ve done is that I took some redbull and used giftcards to... Read more »
Hold on there... DO NOT EVEN THINK OF ending your life over something like this. Only a Florida attorney who practices criminal defense should advise here. But your question was alarming in its nature. You're gonna get through this. Hopefully a Florida attorney knowledgeable in criminal...Read more »
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