I'd like to know if I have to have my case reheard by the same judge in who's court said violations occurred. Or can I file my appeal in a federal appellate court?
This is dependent on the type of ruling, and in some instances the type of case. More facts are needed to answer this completely. You can search for an appellate attorney in Jacksonville, if that's where you need one. There are many of us in the area.See question
Recently I learned that my ex was never divorced from his wife so I told him I would leave him alone. But recently his wife threatened me from his phone that she would release my photos I sent him on social media. So he is fully aware of what she ...
If the photos were sent privately you may some options to prevent their release or to recover in the event they are released. These are complicated issues especially since it's between states. Contact an attorney near you, because more facts are necessary.See question
Had accident the 2days ago were immm approaching light were change green 3 cars lady stop in middle of a green light then second car quick break in front of me.......i quick break as welll slide 5ft before impact the car almost hit me....... .from...
These types of accidents often result in the last vehicle being ticketed. It's a challenge, but finding an attorney to fight it will give you a better chance. Reckless driving is a serious charge, a criminal traffic offense. When I handle these it's always fight, but you can usually find some positive result.See question
In 1991 i got a petty theft charge i don't remember the specifics.i had this one sealed from embarrassment. On 7 -3- 15 , i got another. This one 87.00. I'm 63 and a grandmother. I feel ashamed and need to get this off of me. My head is full of...
You can represent yourself, but having an attorney will give you a better chance of resolving the case in the best way possible. Petit theft charges are generally able to be resolved quickly with an attorney. I've dealt with many of these over the years without issue. I would contact a criminal attorney for a consultation.See question
Trying to find a good defense attorney for my boyfriend who is being charged so far for burglary conveyance of like 34 counts he was stealing out of unlocked cars and also 4 that accuse him of being armed because he stole a gun out of some of the ...
The other attorneys are all correct. The number of counts is a factor, but if the charges and facts overlap it may not have as big of an impact on a retainer.See question
even contacted him in any way since the verdict was handed down and he was held until sentencing...11 days ago?
If your question is whether that bars an appeal, the answer is "it depends." The only way you'll know what his possible options are is by speaking with appellate counsel. There are many of us in Jacksonville that handle these types of cases regularly. I wouldn't delay.See question
I took sat through a case that clearly had many reasons for a reasonable doubt to be raised. Im not sure if jury bias played a part because the defendant was a young gay male, and current political and religious climate swayed the jury, or they we...
It wouldn't be common, but it is a possibility. There are options including a motion for new trial, and an appeal. There are strict time constraints on both so it's best to contact an attorney as soon as possible to protect his interests.See question
Yes! One was obtained after they came in unannounced and without a search warrant. I was forced out while the entered and closed me out.Then they came out and locked my door. How do the fourth ammendment protects me? Do the knock and announce not ...
I'm unclear on the order of what happened, but it sounds like they secured the whole waiting for a warrant. If that's the case it may be constitutional depending on the situation.See question
The crime was mortgage fraud. I served 13 months in prison, 5 years on probation that ended in 2014. I still owe over 1,000,000 in restitution that is shared with 13 other codefendants.
Clemency is the best, and likely only option. It's a difficult and lengthy process. I've gone through it with clients and you definitely need an attorney to assist you in the process.See question
I was just released from jail a couple days ago on a second DUI well my first one was 14 years ago I was just wondering if I'm going to jail can't afford to lose my job but it is my fault and I guess I will suffer the consequences
If there is no damage to person or property you're likely not going to receive jail time, but it's a fact specific determination. It also matters what county you were stopped in and arrested. Clay county and Duval county, although the same circuit, can have very different outcomes. The DHSMV is your first hurdle, and that you shouldn't delay on. You'll want an attorney that regularly handles DUI, or criminal cases, to handle the case. Keeping the in and outs of the county is important. A search for DUI attorneys in Jacksonville will probably give you a good selection because most of us handle Clay cases as well.See question