It sounds like your boyfriend is on probation in two counties and just received a violation of probation affidavit. He needs to contact his attorney or public defender attorney and report to his probation officer.
He then asked could he search my vehicle I told him no I well first I asked him what his probable cause was he said because he wanted to I told him no he brought the dog out and they alerted on my vehicle and he found a set of digital skills by the way this was not a patrol cop this was a narcotics... Read more »
indeed ineffective,reversed and remanded for new trial and the DCA concludes that defendant established prejudice because of the ineffectiveness... does it that constitute a legal civil matter to be filed against the trial counsel for ineffectiveness?
This is not a criminal law question…it involves an issue for a civil trial lawyer to determine and assess liability and damages. If you are going to sue for damages resulting from this matter, you would have to deal with a statute of limitations issue which is two years.
That's an Interesting question; I never heard of remote neural monitoring, so I just googled the phrase, "remote neural monitoring court cases". That turns up a number of court decisions which uniformly reject all such claims. The Courts dismiss such claims based on reasons such...Read more »
You are presuming a great number of things…the first being that your attorney was ineffective (just because you were found guilty does not equate to ineffectiveness on lawyers part); assuming ineffectiveness does not amount to punitive damages; your first step is to file a 3.850 motion....Read more »
You potentially can sue for libel/slander. However when the libel/slander pertains to criminal accusations it is a very detailed and specific analysis that is honestly too detailed to explain in an answer here. Basically, it’s a complicated legal analysis that needs to be done by an attorney....Read more »
I wanted to look into filing a complaint against against some people for possible crimes, such as hacking my company's website and blackmail over the computer/text. I live in FL, they live in CA, and these incidents took place while they were in NY and CA. Can I file claims and complaints with... Read more »
You do not "file" criminal complaints; a prosecuting attorney for one of the several jurisdictions involved would do that. You would contact the governmental agency (such as a district attorney or state attorney in California, New York, or Florida; the FBI or Justice Department for the...Read more »
Generally speaking, it is legal. For instance, if a defendant kicks someone, walks away, and then comes back and punches the person, that is an an example of two different acts of battery, and two crimes. However, such a matter requires a very detailed factual analysis to determine if the defendant...Read more »
You would sue the person who assaulted you in the same lawsuit as the PI case against your employer. I suggest that you retain an attorney to handle both matters, or tell the attorney you already have on the employer case that you also want to sue the individual.
Assuming that you are referring to a deferred prosecution agreement, typically such an offer is made at or after arraignment. In Florida, it is typically called Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI). The earliest you will be informed that PTI is the offer is at arraignment (once the State has decided to...Read more »
My friend and I are debating a video in which a man in a parking lot, dumping garbage from his car into a dumpster, showed an officer his license. When the officer went to run the license for the man's info, he refused. He said he's a lawyer and knows his rights and the officer may not... Read more »
This is not a criminal law case. It appears that if there is an inheritance and you are the administrator of the estate…you are the one that controls the distribution and management of the assets. How is your daughter keeping you from doing what you need to?
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