I had someone make a website about Me they are slandering/defamation of Character on this website. Which is a different Issue then I’m worried about is it legal for them to post a picture of my minor child with out consent. I’m not sure where the picture came from I know it wasn’t in a... Read more »
The judge take my child from me and delivered in teh hands of a sexual offender without the child be attended first to his counsel and set me to have supervised visitation with my child up to 2 times a week. The order was not served by hand, mail or e-mail. The order do not present any steps for... Read more »
You paint a very serious picture...has the judge issued a ruling yet...and what kind of hearing was scheduled and what happened...remember appellate time frames...Although it sounds like any appeal of this case is unlikely...Custody issues are always reviewable...Sounds like something went terribly...Read more »
Your question is somewhat confusing...an arrest warrant is issued by a judge...and arrest affidavit is issued by law enforcement at the time of an arrest...they are two different things...there is also an affidavit in support of a request for an arrest warrant...HIRE A LAWYER AND LET HIM FRET WITH...Read more »
I ask why is court reporter way on the other side of the room and not taking notes. To record our meeting we had in the middle of the court room, During deliberation. It was me my pd state atty an the judge. No court reporter. Before trial started my pd and me had a meeting in attys booth.... Read more »
As you may have heard, the nation and its judicial system has been struck by a pandemic that seems to be paralyzing the judicial system. There have been no jury trials for some time and until the justices of the supreme court of Florida or the Supreme Court of the United States says...Read more »
Typically restitution is one of the most important conditions of probation. This of course depends on the type of charge and restitution amount involved. Some judges might be willing to convert restitution to a lien based on a Motion requesting the judge to do so. In my experience most judges will...Read more »
You probably won't get a court appointed lawyer, unless the State certifies they are seeking a jail sentence if convicted. That said, retained lawyers for these low level cases, with no priors, will cost you much more than the likely value of the items from Walmart. Generally, unrepresented...Read more »
Unless you forfeited the firearm, there is no logical reason why you should not be able to have the weapon returned. Was there a forfeiture proceeding initiated by the law enforcement agency involved in this case? Have you made a written demand for the return of the weapon? You may also be able...Read more »
To preserve your federal rights you must make a properly filed claim within 1 year of your case becoming final. Your State claim must be filed within 2 years of becoming final. The rules for calculating finality differ between the State and federal systems. Generally, finality doesn’t happen...Read more »
My HOA retaliated against me after being caught using my water in my property. At the same time my fence which was being replace was installed improperly, and it was fixed, did not allow me to extend it like other neighbors. They added a lien on my property after I sent my HOA dues and refuse to... Read more »
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