Can a judge order house arrest/ electronic monitoring in another jurisdiction? Out on bond in one county. Moved to another county with permission. Facing Pending charges in new county bond hearing set for original county...due to ne...
Yes, the judge can do order that you submit to electronic monitoring while residing in another county.See question
I own the house. My roommate wouldn't leave, so I'm removing her with unlawful detainer lawsuit. (not a tenant) She stole items from me, including my passport. She told me to,my face that she did. She is the only one with access besides me. S...
There are two issues here. First, while the Sheriff's Office may not come out and take a report, they are statutorily required to take a complaint if you go to the Sheriff's Office directly. However, they probably are of the opinion that the complaint is petty because it is against your roommate and the items are minor. (I'm just speculating.)
Second, while you may not consider your roommate a tenant, the law does. As a result, you must move to evict her through traditional landlord tenant lawsuit.See question
Currently negotiating a plea bargain with the state of FL. The state is offering a rather harsh deal and I'm curious about which way a judge could determine my sentence instead. Trial is not favorable, aside from the options of having an arrangeme...
You can always enter a plea directly to the judge, but then there is no guaranty as to what the sentence will be. Which is why you should rely on your attorney's advice instead of posting on a forum.See question
I have a court date to be set.
Generally speaking, hiring a lawyer to resolve your case will result in a better disposition and lower long term financial costs than trying to represent yourself.See question
I was arrested for a felony, but the charge was dropped to a misdemeanor.
If that is the truth, then you can truthfully answer no.See question
Misdemeanor violation of probation
Since I am familiar with judges in Orlando, I will chime in. Some judges in Orange County Court will give defendants with outstanding VOP warrants a court date upon written request. Some judges will not, it all depends on the judge and the nature of the violation. Most judges will respond by either setting it for a court date or sending an order instructing you to retain an attorney.See question
Since I am familiar with judges in Orlando, I will chime in. Some judges in Orange County Court will give defendants with outstanding VOP warrants a court date upon written request. Some judges will not, it all depends on the judge and the nature of the violation.See question
I am a Pro Se Defendant that filed a Motion for Post-Conviction Relief with the help of legal aid. The Judge filed an Order directing the State to respond to my Motion within sixty (60) days. However, the State e-filed their response a day late....
There would be nothing wrong with you filing the motion to strike, but I think you would lose. Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.514(a) (Computation of TIme) governs your situation. And in computing the period of time, you do not count the day the judge's order was entered, nor do you count a Saturday or Sunday if the 60th day fell on one of those. In any event, you claim they filed it one day late, if you do not include the day the judge's order was entered, it sounds like they filed timely. If you did, then you might have a chance, but I doubt the judge would strike it.See question
i was just at a bar and an officer randomly came by and kicked me out, i went back to him and asked him why he kicked me out and he told me i dont have to answer to you, i insisted and he said if you keep asking me i will arrest you for being a d ...
Assuming you are a first time offender, there are several different avenues that could be pursued to try and get your case dismissed. And if what you explain is remotely true, it is likely that one way or the other, your case could get resolved with a dismissal.See question
I was arrested for DUI but since it was borderline I did a pretrial diversion program to bring it down to reckless driving adjudication withheld. I am going to visit a friend in California and need to rent a car. I know some places do driving reco...
If you ultimately pled to Reckless Driving, then your traffic record will indicate a reckless driving offense on your traffic record. However, since you were originally arrested for DUI, your traffic record will also reveal if your license was administratively suspended as a result of blowing over 0.08 or refusing.See question