Andrew Lloyd Cameron’s Answers

Andrew Lloyd Cameron

Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. My son was arrested for bugulary of an unoccupied dwelling and grand theft 2-300 dollars

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Eric Harold Barker
    2 lawyer answers

    Although your inquiry contains a lot of facts, several crucial to answering your questions are missing. How old is your son? What is his prior criminal record? What evidence do the police have that your son committed any crime? You should contact an experienced attorney to discuss strategies to defend these charges who can also discuss with you the likely outcome. Feel free to call my office for a free consultation.

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  2. What happens if I am out of town for business and my wife changes the locks on our home? Should I break into my own home?

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Marshall C Deason Jr.
    3. Thomas R. Peppler
    4. Alejandro Rafael Lopez
    5. Pamela Koslyn
    5 lawyer answers

    Your question can be restated whether you "can" break into your home, or whether you "should" do so. It is correct that the home is yours and you are entitled to access and use of the home. Your rights are equal to those of your wife. By virtue of the fact that your wife of 23 years has taken this drastic step, it indicates her strong feeling that you not return. Upon your attempt to regain entry, she may contact the police or seek an injunction, either of which may exacerbate the problem....

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  3. A friend of mine has 810.08 charge for a second time under the influence of alcohol, what is the average sentence ?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Rishi Singh Bagga
    2 lawyer answers

    The more precise question is not what is the average sentence, but what will be the likelihood of the success of the state in prosecuting your friend (how strong is the case) and what would the judge likely do if the state can prove the charge. Generally, a trespass notice is good for only one (1) year, so he may not have been properly trespassed from the bar, making the state's case somewhat weak. Also, of interest is how they prove the original trespass warning, if it was issued six years...

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  4. If I was only married for a couple of years, is there any way possible that my ex-wife could file a claim against my estate?

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Christopher Jay Harding
    2 lawyer answers

    Your ex-spouse will have no claims against your estate. You may also want to review the marital settlement agreement entered into with your former spouse, as many lawyers include languor that specifically excludes any such claims. THESE COMMENTS ARE NOT LEGAL ADVICE. They are provided for informational purposes only. Actual legal advice can only be provided after consultation by an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction. Answering this question does not create an attorney-client relationship...

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  5. With a violation of pub. urination in Orl.Fla. will charges be dropped if the ticketing officer doesn't show up to the trial?

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Craig A. Epifanio
    3. Corey Ira Cohen
    3 lawyer answers

    Whether a city ordinance or a state statute, the government has the burden to establish your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. It is not your burden to prove your innocence. Should the officer that wrote you the citation fail to appear after having been subpoenaed,the state will be challenged to prove their case without a witness. You may want to appear and see if the officer appears. If so, find out what the state wants from you. The officer may not take a position and may agree to dismiss....

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  6. FL Capital Sexual Battery

    Answered almost 5 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Craig A. Epifanio
    3. Corey Ira Cohen
    3 lawyer answers

    No criminal defendant should ever go to court, let alone trial, without having as much knowledge as to the current status of his defense as possible. If the attorney is privately retained, your friend should request that his attorney visit him as soon as practical in jail to discuss the status of plea negotiation, witness preparation, likelihood of success at trial and alternatives available to him. If the attorney will not bring your friend up to date on the case within a reasonable time...

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  7. I am facing a Damage property charge what are my options?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. John Skyler Riordan
    2. Sherry Gale Ivey Jones
    3. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    4. Corey Ira Cohen
    4 lawyer answers

    This warrant will remain active until it is quashed by the court, you turn yourself in, or you are arrested on it. As a misdemeanor warrant (if it is a misdemeanor and not a felony) you will not likely face arrest if you are no longer in Florida. As you say, the best policy is to turn yourself in and address the accusation. The warrant will have a bail amount already set and you should line up payment or a bondsman who can post it for you. It may be that your ex no longer wishes to prosecute,...

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  8. About the new charge before going to vop judge

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Matthew Phillip Konecky
    3. Corey Ira Cohen
    3 lawyer answers

    Depending upon what he was on probation for, any new law violation (crime) may act to violate his probation. Entering a plea to the new DWLSR charge will definitely result in violating his probation, Alternatively, dismissal of the DWLSR or reduction of the charge to a civil infraction may persuade the probation judge or the state to dismiss the violation or reinstate him to his probation. He should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney before resolving either.

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  9. I have been charged with 3rd degree grand theft. I have no previous convictions. What will most likely be my sentence.

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Karen Jean Tufte
    2. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    3. Stephen Christopher Brown
    3 lawyer answers

    Grand Theft of greater than $300 is a third degree felony. The criminal punishment code weighs theft charges less severely than violent crimes, so probation is likely. Unfortunately, judges and prosecutors treat employee theft more seriously than other similar theft crimes. Restitution is key, so it would be most helpful if you can pay back the money you took. You should contact an experienced attorney to help you with this. Feel free to call my office to schedule a free consultation.

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  10. How long does a arrest record for a prosititon charge stay on your record

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Andrew Lloyd Cameron
    2. Amir A. Ladan
    3. David Richard Parry
    4. Ayuban Antonio Tomas
    4 lawyer answers

    If you received an adjudication of guilt (conviction), this charge will stay on your record forever. If you were never in trouble with the law before this, you probably received a withhold of adjudication, which will qualify you to have your record sealed.You will qualify to have your record sealed immediately following conclusion of your probationary sentence. This requires that you apply to the FDLE for a certificate of eligibility to have your record sealed. The application process will...

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