In most jurisdictions, no. One of the conditions of bond is that you not commit any new crimes. The new charge will violate the conditions of bond on the old case. The State or the Judge on their own motion can request a revocation of the bond on the first case. You are going to need to speak to an...Read more »
Our son wants to press charges on his ex-girlfriend who ran over his foot with HIS car, but officer is saying he can't because he went in front of a moving vehicle. Briefly: Oct. 25, as son drove into the parking lot of ex-girlfriend's residence (she was passenger), an argument started.... Read more »
Whether criminal charges may be initiated is solely the decision of law enforcement - either the police or the State Attorney's Office (prosecutor's office). If the reporting officer refused to either charge or commence a criminal investigation, you could try the intake office of your...Read more »
This is a domestic violence case involving my 20 yr old daughter. The judge imposed the order in the beginning and said it would add to his charges if violated. He calls her from prison daily violating the order. Can she get in trouble by taking these calls? These calls are coming to her cell phone... Read more »
You should notify the State Attorney that he's calling and violating the Order. Keep a record of the calls. Your daughter should not speak with him, but if she does the only thing she should say is "don't call me". Inmate calls from jails are recorded, so there will be a record.
I want to legally block my bf from returning to our shared residence after playing music in bar as I am high risk in contracting coronavirus & he REFUSES to agree to go elsewhere after playing to change clothes, shower & take all exposed equipment (he has a “following “ of people known... Read more »
and I have proof that he makes more than what he is telling such as photos with large amounts of money and messages of him admitting he has more also I feel that visitation should be revoke bc of the welfare of my boys I have multiple threat messages and him neglecting them in messages what should... Read more »
You need to file something with the court asking for what you want. If you want to increase child support or reduce timesharing then it is a modification. If you want to enforce something then it is a motion for enforcement.
Chris my husband of six years and we’ve been together for 30 has a serious drinking problem well he got in my face that December night and I kept moving away from moving away and living right and finally I had enough and I just stormed past him to the kitchen he went to the bathroom apparently... Read more »
My lawyer thinks the judge will dismiss the case. My question is if I’m found not guilty, and I am, would the injunction be lifted automatically even though a different judge ordered it. Or would I have to go in front of that judge and ask if he would lift it?
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 »
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 »
I am being accused of harassment and can proof I have never harrassed the person. What should I do? If I fight in court how will it go if I proof I'm innocent? I know the other person has no proof it is me harassing them. But if I don't take the papers will it get defaulted automatically?
I was arrested for Public intoxication, resisting arrest and Domestic Violence which none of this happened. There are witnesses that to this, that could testify that this didn't happen but the DA is still trying to prosecute the incident.
I'm 19, him and his girlfriend have been living here for 5 years and have a 3 year old son together. I don't want to kick her out but she says she is eventually leaving and I don't want my dad to lose his home.
Also victim stated she was intoxicated at time her statement was recorded isn't that inadmissible. Also there is a drug possession charge but no FDLE report so it's my understanding that a possession conviction can not be obtained.
There are reasons for not taking depositions...although from the sound of your question, yours is the type that depositions should be taken...You need to have a heart to heart conversation with your lawyers and, if you are not satisfied with the response, you should and are able to seek a second...Read more »
Im 17 and for the past 5 months ive been receiving verbal and emotional abuse from my mom because im gay thats been messing up my mental and emotional state to the point that sometimes i just wish i wasnt alive and it keeps happening. A few weeks ago my mom jumped on me and choked me so i did call... Read more »
Regarding the "contract" you made with your mother, it's not a valid, enforceable contract (even had you signed a proper signature). Minors do not have the legal capacity to enter into contracts, and even if you were an adult, the contract would not be valid for other reasons....Read more »
My sister was a drug user and my grandmother who has dimensia, bailed her out and presumed to live with us. Keep in mind shes very manipulative. I was in my own room and she was drinking might had done coke to unsure. She started beating on my bedroom door and I opened it to see whats going on. She... Read more »
Defend yourself against what? You said the officers left without arresting you, and I assume you mean they also did not give you any notice to appear in court. Also, from your description, it does not sound like the type of police case where they will be in on-going investigation to determine if...Read more »
We are not married, but we have a child together. I own the house and their name is not on it. They actually report that they live at their moms house but they live with me. We have been in this house 8 months. I dont want them here anymore. They have gotten so hateful and its affecting my metal... Read more »
Yes, you probably are legally married. In what state were you married; Florida doesn't have justices of the peace. If it was in another state, a document should have been recorded (perhaps with a clerk of court) there. Check with the appropriate agency in that other state.
Out of my and my families fears, and being turned down 2 times for restraining order. I was granted the motion to move to FL to be close to my mom. However, my eldest (who has special needs) wanted to stay with his grandparents (ex’s parents). Although it was hard, with his history (my son) of... Read more »
I am not sure what your question is. If I understand your ramblings, you should contact Local Law Enforcement and report the allegations that you have concerning this lawyer or anyone who is engaging in the type of conduct that you are suggesting.
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