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Anthony John Colleluori

Federal Crime Lawyer.

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  1. Can I fight a cell phone ticket by presenting impartial evidence?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Anthony John Colleluori
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    As long as you have a certified copy of the business record you should be able to use it to fight your ticket. I would think about speaking to a lawyer but you may not need to hire one to defend you given the proof you have. Good luck.

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  2. I'm 17 and am sexting with a 30 year old in the MIdwest. What could happen to us?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

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    While you may be of statutory age in NY. There are federal laws against sexting between 17 year olds and adults. In fact the law is so ridiculous in this area, that a boy who is of age and a girl who isn't, could have sex, but if they go in separate rooms and do it on camera, then a federal crime has been committed. Hence the age difference does matter. Keep it clean until you turn 18.

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  3. My husband and I are filing an uncontested divorce soon. How long does it take to have the signed papers from the Courts

    Answered 6 months ago.

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    IF you both live in queens, then that is the venue. If one of you moves to Westchester or Manhattan then you can venue there but either way it is likely to take anywhere from 3 months to a year for it to become official especially in Queens. A lawyer might help speed it up some but not by much. Good luck.

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  4. Prosecutors especially: should I bring a lawyer to a disorderly persons summons for possessing alcohol in public?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

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    Sure you can probably represent yourself, but a lawyer will do it better and will likely get you a better result. All that good work, coming out of your lawyer's mouth will sound edifying to a court, whereas coming from you it sounds like bragging. It also sounds like you are using that good work to help yourself out and that you didn't do it from the bottom of your heart. As for agitating a prosecutor, more likely just the opposite. When you go to a party, do you sit with people whom you...

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  5. Having sex in a dressing room or public restroom consequences under TX criminal law

    Answered over 6 years ago.

    1. Anthony John Colleluori
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    Probably not. While a dressing room is a place where a person may have an expectation of privacy, it is not a full expectation. Most dressing rooms in stores such as you suggest have dressing rooms reserved for men and women. Hence in a Heterosexual union, one member of the couple will be trespassing and there is also an assumption on the part of Law enforcement that this is considered lewd behavior and this would be covered under the rubric of Indecent exposure, or disorderly conduct. That...

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  6. Criminal defense, Iowa statute of limitations for crime

    Answered over 6 years ago.

    1. Anthony John Colleluori
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    As I do not practice law in Iowa I am only providing general information and I am not providing legal advice. Please do not rely on this information. Use it as a jumping off point for a discussion with a lawyer in your home state. Now: Iowa Statutes of Limitations on Criminal acts are codified in code section 802.1 et seq For Felonies the Statute of Limits is as follows: 1st and 2nd degree murder: none; others: 3 yrs.; 1st, 2nd, 3rd degree sex abuse committed on or with a person under...

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  7. Any Legal support or able to work with attorneys although I cannot afford an attorney fees?

    Answered 6 months ago.

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    Contact the Nassau Legal Aid Society in Hempstead NY as well as the Nassau 18b offices at the Nassau County bar and explain your problem to the secretaries there. I believe in Custody cases the parents are entitled to a free attorney. If not, you can contact both Touro or Hofstra Law school both have family law clinics. The Nassau bar also sponsors a reduced rate lawyer referral panel. Finally you may want to contact the Woman's Bar Association (state or local) they often have programs to help...

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  8. Immigration law, sponsored husband for green card now he wants a divorce can i cancel his green card application

    Answered over 6 years ago.

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    You can't cancel anything. You can report anything you think may have happened to the government ( such as your suspicion that he entered into a sham marraige with you, however it will be difficult to prove and will not likely cost him the green card.

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  9. DUI conviction and application for citizenship is DUI a deportable offense

    Answered over 6 years ago.

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    2. Anthony John Colleluori
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    You would have saved yourself a lot of worry and trouble if you had sought out the advice of an immigration lawyer. A DWI in and of itself will not cause you to loose your shot at Citizenship, assuming you have a green card. It is not a deportable offense, however you need to address the issues with an immigration lawyers (you can find a bunch of good ones in your state right here on AVVO.Com) If you are without papers or overstayed your visa, deportation is possible anyway, hence get to a...

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  10. I want to sue a restaurant for intentionally serving my 17 yr old daughter food they knew she was severly allergic too

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

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    Fortunately for you and your daughter, you have no case thanks to your quick thinking. I strongly urge you to contact the management of the restaurant and I would also contact the county board of health. You only have a suit if you have both a cause and damages, you may have cause but thanks to you're being a great mom, you don't have damages. I think you did well. I hope your daughter learned a valuable lesson. I have food allergies too and if they screw up the order I order...

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