I think you need to allow your current attorney to address these concerns. Your lawyer knows the issues and filed the motion. Soliciting advice on the internet about this issue will most likely lead to strife with your current counsel and is not fair to you or the lawyer.
I suggest raising and all questions with your lawyer.
It depends on what you are looking for and whether or not you need any of the documentation certified.
Myflorida.com has a process for ordering official records and judgments. Statewide.
You can order a statewide criminal records search through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
If you are gathering records for a possible employment search, I suggest contacting a local, licensed private investigator and having them run a check on you. It may cost $75.00 to $100.00, but...
Were you prosecuted? If so, absolutely contact an attorney. If the situation resolved itself on-scene and there was a recovery of the items and no arrest - you don't have a public record to worry about.
Assuming you were arrested, you will want to speak with a lawyer and stress the importance of your criminal history and not having a "record" going forward. Your lawyer should discuss with you records sealing and/or expungement and what needs to happen to get one of those.
A Magistrate can take the testimony and issue a recommended Order for the Final Judgment of Marriage to be entered, which will be quickly signed off on by a Circuit Judge or Acting Circuit Judge.
The Notice of Hearing will tell you where the hearing will take place, courtroom of chambers or hearing room.
Should take 5 minutes.
This will be the last hearing.
Unfortunately you do not provide enough information to determine what the issue is you are inquiring about. Is a judge's refusal of a plea offer improper? Do you have a good trial case? Was there an issue with the stop?
I think this is a matter best handled with your attorney. Checking for assistance in an online forum is not a substitute for legal advice directly from a lawyer with knowledge of your case.
The owning firearms is pretty simple - no. A convicted felon may not own or possess firearms unless his/her civil rights have been restored with firearm authority.
As for the rest, I am not aware of a restriction on "apartment management" based on a felony conviction. This is not a regulated profession.
If the manager is still on probation and there is a condition relating to proximity to children, that may come into play.
Otherwise I am not sure what you are driving at.
You need to speak with a lawyer in the area where you were sentenced to probation. Someone who knows the judges and prosecutors. If the warrant is for a felony you will almost certainly need to turn yourself in and resolve the case before a judge. But your lawyer may be able to work out a resolution in advance and minimize the amount of time you need to stay in jail - or possible negotiate for the establishment of a bond (which is remote in VOP cases, but not unheard of.)
If the case was...
Sounds like your brother is a cooperating witness. A cooperating witnesses' case is generally continued until the case of the person they are cooperating against is resolved.
You should talk with your brother's lawyer about the timing of the co-defendant's case and what he/she thinks the hold up is. 39 months is a long time for ANY case to be pending at the trial court level.