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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: What should the defendant do when a defense attorney is uncooperative and does not communicate effectively?

When my assigned criminal defense attorney will not avail herself of many actions that could lead to my freedom and does not communicate effectively what should I, as the defendant, do in order to protect my rights and freedom? Please don't tell me to hire a lawyer. I would if I had the money.... View More

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answered on Feb 25, 2024

If your assigned defense attorney is uncooperative and ineffective in communication, it's crucial to take proactive steps to protect your rights and freedom. Start by documenting all instances of the attorney's lack of cooperation and ineffective communication, including missed deadlines,... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Federal Crimes, Legal Malpractice and Medical Malpractice for Texas on
Q: Hi there I need to find lawyer to help address some events that took place while I was in court custody in Florida.

I was pushed to sign a will of my own assets and finances against my own desires

I was expected to sign documents regarding my grandfather's passing and ommitting myself from finances which I still do not comprehend and still never was an me to get somebody to break down the language... View More

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John Michael Frick
answered on Feb 23, 2024

If you signed a Will, you can always create a new Will in accordance with your current desires revoking all prior Wills you have made.

Given the circumstances you describe, I likely would recommend you sign a new Will even if it is the same as the one you signed under those circumstances in...
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2 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Federal Crimes, Legal Malpractice and Medical Malpractice for Texas on
Q: Hi there I need to find lawyer to help address some events that took place while I was in court custody in Florida.

I was pushed to sign a will of my own assets and finances against my own desires

I was expected to sign documents regarding my grandfather's passing and ommitting myself from finances which I still do not comprehend and still never was an me to get somebody to break down the language... View More

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answered on Feb 25, 2024

To address the concerning events you've described, finding a lawyer experienced in estate law and possibly medical malpractice or elder law (depending on your situation) in Florida is crucial. This lawyer can help review the circumstances under which you signed the documents and assess whether... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: can you appeal a federal plea deal? I signed a plea in Kerr county because I knew if I stayed there I would die.

I have a seizure disorder and Kerr County did not give me my seizure medication, I had several seizures there which were ignored. I had a seizure when I met the attorney and then again before I went before the judge. The Judge asked if I was ok because I was confused. He told the attorney to go... View More

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answered on Feb 4, 2024

Appealing a federal plea deal after it has been accepted by the court can be challenging, but there are circumstances under which it might be possible, particularly if you can demonstrate that your plea was not entered into knowingly and voluntarily. In your case, the medical issues you faced,... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, DUI / DWI, Federal Crimes and Juvenile Law for Texas on
Q: I'm 13 and I got caught with 3 disposables on school prpty and 2 were empty one was full of honey, what am I facing.

They also put me down as selling on school property

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answered on Feb 4, 2024

We are talking "honey", "budder" - the vape cartridges that contains Delta 8,9, or 10 ? I'm not sure what your schools policy is if you are caught with a vape that contains one of these oils. If it turns out to be Delta 9 they could charge you with possession of marijuana... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: I have two felony cases Felony Possession of a firearm & possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver

I was granted a motion to dismiss without prejudice on both due to not enough evidence to find me guilty, how is it that it shows up on my background as deferred adjudication of guilt and I never signed for any probation it was dismissed ??

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answered on Jan 26, 2024

If the felony charges against you were dismissed without prejudice due to insufficient evidence, then it is incorrect for them to still show up as deferred adjudication or any form of conviction. Here is what I would recommend to get the improper records corrected:

- Obtain copies of the...
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: Is it illegal to own magic mushroom spores not for the purpose of cultivation but just for Microscopy use
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answered on Jan 26, 2024

Yes, in most states, it is illegal to possess psilocybin mushroom spores even if the stated purpose is just for microscopy use rather than cultivation. Some key points:

- At the federal level, psilocybin is a Schedule I prohibited substance under the Controlled Substances Act. This includes...
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Q: What motion do I need to file whenever the c I on a federal case has died
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answered on Jan 13, 2024

When the defendant in a federal case has passed away, you can file a motion with the court requesting the case's abatement due to the defendant's death. This motion informs the court of the situation and asks for the case to be dismissed or abated because it's not possible to proceed... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Child Custody, Federal Crimes and Family Law for Texas on
Q: The biological father has no rights and stole my son from the park is that a felony. Can I press charges.

The biological father is not on the birth certificate and has not proven paternity. There is a pending cps case against him. Me and my son were at the park he lives two hours away. He walked up grabbed my son and ran and got into a get away vehicle. The local police did nothing since I had no... View More

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answered on Jan 13, 2024

The biological father's lack of paternity establishment and absence from the birth certificate may impact his legal rights. However, the specific legal actions you can take can vary depending on your state's laws and the circumstances of your case.

Regarding the incident at the...
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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Child Custody, Federal Crimes and Family Law for Texas on
Q: The biological father has no rights and stole my son from the park is that a felony. Can I press charges.

The biological father is not on the birth certificate and has not proven paternity. There is a pending cps case against him. Me and my son were at the park he lives two hours away. He walked up grabbed my son and ran and got into a get away vehicle. The local police did nothing since I had no... View More

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John Michael Frick
answered on Dec 26, 2023

It depends on other factors such as whether the man is presumed to be the father of the child or has acknowledged paternity. For example, if the man was married to you and you gave birth to the child either during the marriage or within 301 days of the date that the marriage ended, he is the... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: Is illegal, unwarranted search and arrest on the search and falsifying evidence a serious infraction against

Is it an infraction against DA and or Sheriff? If so what are the defendants options for recourse?

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answered on Dec 17, 2023

If you're facing a situation involving illegal, unwarranted searches and arrests, or the falsification of evidence, this is a serious matter that can potentially impact both the district attorney and the sheriff's department involved. These actions can constitute violations of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Family Law and Constitutional Law for Texas on
Q: Can gaslighting a person with a mental health history of schizophrenia bipolar depression become against the law ?

I know it is when money is involved. But bottom line wrong and agents the conversational Rights of the people with a past history of mental health?

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answered on Nov 28, 2023

Gaslighting, which involves manipulating someone into questioning their reality, can be particularly harmful to individuals with mental health conditions like schizophrenia or bipolar depression. While gaslighting in itself is not specifically outlawed, its effects could fall under broader legal... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Federal Crimes, Gov & Administrative Law and Public Benefits for Texas on
Q: Dallas county are Denying me rental assistance by false statements and altering documents dates and text .

Dallas required a prescreening form to be submitted to qualify to submit ERA application, I received 4 automatic form letter denials over the 6 months. I was allowed to apply after I attempt to file a complaint. Dallas County required more qualification than needed and approval from DC compliance... View More

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answered on Nov 18, 2023

I'm sorry to hear about the challenges you're facing with Dallas County in obtaining rental assistance. It appears that there may be issues of miscommunication and potentially misconduct in your case. To address this situation, you should consider taking the following steps:

1....
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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: My Brothers Sentencing trial just got cancelled for the third time is there anything that can be done?

He was arrested for Re-Entry so its federal but has been arrested for about 8-months maybe more and hes had hearings but his sentencing keeps getting moved or cancelled.

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answered on Oct 26, 2023

In federal cases, repeated delays can be frustrating for defendants and their families. If your brother's sentencing hearing has been postponed multiple times, there may be various reasons, including court scheduling conflicts, unavailability of key participants, or new developments in the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and Criminal Law for Texas on
Q: What is the statute of limitations to file a case for felony drug possession in Tarrant County Texas?
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answered on Oct 23, 2023

In Tarrant County, Texas, the statute of limitations for filing a case for felony drug possession typically depends on the specific level of the felony. Generally, the statute of limitations for most felony drug possession cases is three years. However, it's crucial to note that the statute of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Constitutional Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: I have video proof of my intestines, headphones and objects around me emitting strong emf signals.

Ive been doing research for a week now and everything has pointed to Remote Neural Monitoring. I read that I should get an EMF detector device or an app. Once I did that I noticed some of my items that I carry daily such as my knife and hedphones gave off extemely high emf signals (over 1000... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jul 26, 2023

Before wasting time on a consultation with an attorney, you need to determine the correct identity of whomever is causing the phenomenon you are experiencing.

I would recommend seeing a psychiatrist or neurologist to assist you in locating the source and nature of the device(s). They may...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: So I was arrested in 2019 in Ohio for a misdemeanor of aggravated grand petty theft no weapon but I was let into thearmy

Right after now I live in texas I’m getting honorably discharged can I buy a personal firearm in texas

Richard Hinds
Richard Hinds
answered on Jun 28, 2023

The easiest way to find out for sure is to purchase your firearm from a federally licensed dealer. Make sure you are truthful on the application. As long as you do not lie on the application, the worse that can happen is they deny your purchase. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: Can your wife in texas charge you with fraud if she left her documents in your truck
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John Michael Frick
answered on May 18, 2023

It depends upon the particular facts and circumstances being alleged.

Think about it this way: If you leave your credit card at a restaurant, you can't charge the restaurant owner for fraud. But, if you leave your credit card at a restaurant and the restaurant owner uses it to make...
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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: Can person on parole be convicted if he had no knowledge of a firearm being in the vehicle he was in

He had been driving my car the firarm feel out of my bag which I didn't realize and he didn't know I had it that day i work late at night so i have it for my safety, so when he had gotten pulled over for a traffic stop the officer ran his name and seen he was on parole and took it upon... View More

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answered on Mar 19, 2023

If your friend was on parole and found in possession of a firearm, even if he had no knowledge of it being in the car, he may still be in violation of his parole. Possession of a firearm is typically a violation of parole conditions and can result in revocation of parole and additional criminal... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Texas on
Q: Can person on parole be convicted if he had no knowledge of a firearm being in the vehicle he was in

He had been driving my car the firarm feel out of my bag which I didn't realize and he didn't know I had it that day i work late at night so i have it for my safety, so when he had gotten pulled over for a traffic stop the officer ran his name and seen he was on parole and took it upon... View More

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answered on Mar 14, 2023

The short answer is YES!

There is a possibility that someone could get convicted in your situation. "Circumstantial" Evidence can get you convicted.

If you were indicted, and the case went to trial, your reasons and explanation you stated could get you to win a NOT GUILTY...
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