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Aseal F Morghem

Apopka Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. I was recently arrested for possession of -20 grams of cannabis for the 2nd time, what kind of consequences am i looking at?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Christopher Robert Kaigle
    2. Aseal F Morghem
    3. Colleen M. Glenn
    4. Erick Masten Platten
    5. Bryan Eric Neal
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney ASAP, if you can afford one. If this was your car, you would be determined to be in possession of this small amount of marijuana. If convicted by plea or trial, your biggest problem would "probably" not be jail time but an automatic 2 year drivers license suspension. Hire an attorney, yesterday.

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  2. Does my son need an attorney to represent him when being questioned by defense attorney

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. Aseal F Morghem
    2. Markus Ankuan Sermons
    3. De'Anna M Golphin
    4. Robert Jason De Groot
    5. Jay Scott Finnecy
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    7 lawyer answers

    There should be no reason to worry, unless you believe your son may be implicated criminally. If so then only his attorney (not your husband) would be allowed in the deposition room. You have the right to hire an attorney on behalf of your son if you want his interests protected.

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  3. If my Attorney withdraws or I remove him from my case when he gives me my file does he keep the depos he's taken.

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Aseal F Morghem
    2. Miguel Amador
    3. Gabriel Dante Mazzitelli
    4. Francisco Cieza
    4 lawyer answers

    You are allowed to receive a copy from your former attorney, for a fee. You can also obtain your own copy from the court reporter or get a copy from the clerk's office, if the deposition transcripts were filed. Under any circumstance, the depositions will NOT have to be taken again nor this will be allowed by the court.

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  4. Can I avoid jail time for tax return fraud under one thousand dollars?

    Answered 12 months ago.

    1. Aseal F Morghem
    2. Rex Edward Russo
    3. Christian Ryan Peterson
    4. Richard Gordon Stack
    4 lawyer answers

    It is unknown how young you are since you asked your mom for help. Here's some advice, do not ever post anything potentially incriminating on this site or anywhere on the internet or anywhere else. As general advice, you have a right to remain silent, period. That means to any other person or institution, even a seemingly friendly police officer. The only person who MUST keep your statements confidential is your attorney. Consult with a criminal defense attorney for advice. Do not make...

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  5. If clerks office assigns a judge, do you have to appear in front of that judge?

    Answered 5 months ago.

    1. Aseal F Morghem
    2. Andrew Lance Ostrega
    3. Robert P Garven
    4. Clifford M. Miller
    4 lawyer answers

    The assignment of a judge does not affect the merits of your case. The fact that the clerk reassigned the case does not impact any appellate issues. Yes, the original judge is allowed and was probably asked to hear the case since it was his/hers to begin with and knows the facts better than a different judge. I hope this helps.

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  6. My husband has two failure to appears but not once did we know he had court they had our address wrong

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. Markus Ankuan Sermons
    2. Nick Jay Dorsten
    3. Aseal F Morghem
    4. Ira Robert Baker
    5. Alberto Marino Quirantes Jr.
    5 lawyer answers

    If there is a failure to appear and this is a criminal case, there may also be a warrant. Check the online docket. Like my colleague suggested if you can prove proper notice was not mailed out and your husband gave the clerk originally the correct address, then you should be able to plead lack of proper notice. Your husband has the ongoing obligation to inform the clerk of any address changes from the inception of the case. I hope this helps.

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  7. A detective has asked me to come to the police station to answer a few questions and look at photos. by law, do i have to go?

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. Aseal F Morghem
    2. Christopher Robert Dillingham II
    3. Alberto Marino Quirantes Jr.
    4. Christopher A Narducci
    5. Frank Mascagni III
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    No, you do not have to go nor you should go without hiring a lawyer first.

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  8. If someone obtains personal information by a fear tactic, what type of legal action could be taken

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Aseal F Morghem
    2. Joseph Caraccio
    3. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    3 lawyer answers

    Without knowing more, it is hard to give you an answer. These words do not make sense together "open setting" and "therapist". If someone uses extortion to obtain something of value, then this is a crime not a civil rights issue. You should consult privately with a lawyer. When obtaining advice from a lawyer, you have a confidentiality privilege that maintains your information to be private between you and your lawyer. This is a much better way to get advice without divulging your private...

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  9. Can u expunge more then one record at the same time?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Aseal F Morghem
    2. Michael Adam Haber
    3. Robert Jason De Groot
    4. Alberto Marino Quirantes Jr.
    4 lawyer answers

    This is fact specific. Generally, if both charges arise out of the same arrest, it may be possible. If these are two separate cases, you can only seal one in your lifetime, assuming you have never been previously adjudicated. Look at the guidelines and read for yourself the eligibility rules. I have attached the link below. Best of luck.

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  10. I found an envelope of money in a public store. A detective contacted me from video records and demands a return. Do I have to?

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. Stephen George Henderson
    2. Aseal F Morghem
    3. Alan James Brinkmeier
    4. Jay Scott Finnecy
    5. Raymond George Wigell
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    I agree with my colleagues, the money was not yours and in addition, being in a store that is open for business and not abandoned, you cannot claim the defense of abandoned property. Florida has an abandoned property statute and requires one to follow certain procedures, if in fact you want to claim abandoned property. You need to obtain counsel to assist you with the return of the money so that you do not end up with grand theft (assuming the amount is above $300). I hope this helps.

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