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Victoria Marie Mussallem

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  • If I was picked up for having a hand gun and firing it in the ground while police where in the area. I had to go to court for re

    Can you please tell me my legal rights as to using any type of gun?

    Victoria’s Answer

    This crime would be considered a misdemeanor in Florida called discharging a firearm in public. I am not sure what category of crime it is considered in Tennessee. I recommend calling a criminal defense lawyer in your area to discuss your case further.

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  • Can a dui be erased from your PA driving record?

    I was charged with DUI in 11/2001 in Cumberland County, Pa. I completed the ARD program and the charge has been cleared from my criminal record. It would benefit me greatly to have the DUI related license suspension removed from my driving recor...

    Victoria’s Answer

    As a Florida lawyer, I can only speak for Florida. Here, a DUI conviction cannot be removed from a criminal record. If you got the DUI dropped, it may be possible to seal it. As for your driving record, your should call a DUI attorney in Harrisburg to discuss the matter further.

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  • What can happen to my 13 yr old child or me if I allow him to verbally threaten violence against bullies?

    We cant get the school or parents involved (again) because my child gets tormented worse when he "tells". To defend himself against ongoing verbal & internet slurs, can he defend himself by saying "Stop or I'm gonna kick the crap out of you"?

    Victoria’s Answer

    Technically, it could be considered assault if your son threatens someone, has the ability to carry out the threat, and the "victim" is fearful that your son will kick the crap out of him. Talk to a criminal defense lawyer in your area. They will know the ins and outs of New Jersey law and can discuss the specifics.

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  • Can i be charged with second degree trespassing

    I was charged with second degree tresspassing. I lived with my girl friend for 6 mths! she went out last saterday and never came home! well when she did on sunday i didn't talk to her! that night i took my little girl back to her moms then i retu...

    Victoria’s Answer

    Does your girlfriend's family own the property or home? If they do, they can technically ask you to leave if you had no contractual relationship to the house. (like a lease) If you lived there, you may have more rights. Contact a criminal lawyer in North Carolina immediately to deal with the outstanding warrant for your arrest.

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  • How long should i wait to try to have my record expunged if i can

    i was convicted of malcious wounding in 2005 i was 20 years old it is the only thing on my record at the time i was on drugs i was senteced to a youthful offenders program which took a year to complete and completed 2 years on probation without an...

    Victoria’s Answer

    Every state has its own rules regarding sealing and expunging criminal records. I recommend consulting with a lawyer in West Virginia.

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  • Can you purchase a handgun in texas with felonies as a juvenille im 27 now and was 16 last time i was arrested.

    i got in a lot of trouble when i was younger and had felonies from burglary to assult on a public servant. i haven't had any other charges againt me since. every one i ask about it gives me a diffrent answer

    Victoria’s Answer

    You need to ask an experienced criminal lawyer in Texas to discuss your rights.

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  • Waiting for Trail

    Howard My son is waiting For the DA. She keeps coming up with things and now wants to redo the deal to a longer sentence. Can she do that after he has already signed a deal?

    Victoria’s Answer

    You should schedule a meeting with your son's lawyer to discuss his case.

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  • I need a good attorney?

    i violated my parole and i want to turn myself in whats the worst that can happened

    Victoria’s Answer

    Call a Texas criminal defense attorney at once.

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  • First time possession of Cannabis < 2.5 Grams

    Pulled over for 'not using turn signal 100 feet before stop'. Registration was expired and license suspended due to not having SR22 insurance (although I was insured - was never informed after a previous no insurance ticket that I was placed on c...

    Victoria’s Answer

    My suggestion if for you to call a criminal lawyer in your area immediately to discuss your case and the possible consequences. I am a drug attorney in Jacksonville, Florida and possession of less than 20 grams of pot is a first degree misdemeanor punishable for up to a year in jail. If you are placed on probation, the judge may allow you to go out of the country. Again, these are all things to discuss with a local criminal defense attorney.

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  • What does "charge cleared" in a criminal case mean?

    i have a friend who has a "charge cleared" as there charge status that was a felony 2 inducing panic

    Victoria’s Answer

    It sounds like the charge is dropped, but you should contact a criminal lawyer in Ohio to find our for sure.

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