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Natalie Dian Hall

Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. I am a 20 yr old, who works full time and also goes to college full time. I have a court date on 8/21. for a battery charge.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    3. David Richard Damore
    4. James Regan
    5. Jesse E. Barrow III
    5 lawyer answers

    It does sound like you will need an attorney to represent your interest. You may have a valid defense. Because of the various rules of law you may not able to present some of what you have described above or what you feel is important for the court to note. Try to hire an attorney. If you cannot afford one, go in person to the Public Defender's Office for your county and complete an application to have a Public Defender assigned. He/she may be able to get the case dismissed without the need...

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  2. I've been charged with felony domestic battery against my wife, she isn't prosecuting and didn't even want me to be arrested.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Andrew M. Leone
    3. Michael Charles McGinn
    3 lawyer answers

    The State will decide whether to drop the charges based on all evidence eg. physical evidence as well as other witnesses. Absence of marks does not mean that a battery did not occur. Meet with a criminal defense attorney who can review the police report and the case file to determine whether the State has a case or not and your best defense in the event the State pursues the matter. Natalie Hall, Esq. www.ndhlaw.com

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  3. My wife and i got into a fight in december the charges are a Misdemeanor Battery. Trying to divorce but have a child.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Lawrence Joseph Marraffino
    2 lawyer answers

    A domestic violence charge can affect a parenting plan and time sharing (the amount and terms of time you spend with the child). Follow the terms of the no hostile contact order by not engaging in any arguments or fight. It may be that you need to leave the home to avoid false claims. However, leaving the home may make future claims or requests for the child to primarily reside with you (if that is your intent) more difficult an argument. The pros and cons will have to be weighed by your...

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  4. I was denied termination of probation

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. David S Katz
    2. Colleen M. Glenn
    3. Natalie Dian Hall
    4. Betty Elaine Jones
    5. Mark H Randall
    5 lawyer answers

    I agree. Have your Attorney file the request. It is a positive sign that your Officer appears to support your early release. A Hearing will only help your case as the Judge will be able to hear from you and your officer and you will have a chance to explain why you are deserving of an early release. Natalie Hall, Esq.

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  5. Do I need to file an answer to the child support petition if its included in my petition for dissolution of marriage?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    1 lawyer answer

    Notify the Child Support Agency in writing (and including the case number assigned to the Petition) that your Petition for Dissolution was filed prior to the Support action and ask that they Consolidate or Dismiss their case as support is addressed in the Petition you have filed. You may want to include a copy of the Petition. Natalie Hall, Esq. Email -hall@ndhlaw.com Call- (407) 412-7035

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  6. Do judges allow children to give a statement for a modification of time sharing proceeding?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Omar Jose Famada
    3. Christopher Sean Mulligan
    4. Robert M Chambers
    4 lawyer answers

    Judges tend to prefer not to include young children directly in a family matter between their parents by having them testify in court. Some Judges will allow for an interview with the child in chambers with a court reporter present but only after proper Motion and a showing of the need for such an action. There are also other types of measures for your son to have a voice. For eg., based on Florida Laws, the attorney (or even the court) can ask for an evaluation of your son and all...

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  7. Should my husband file a report for the ex withholding visitation with his 13 year old son and pursue this legally?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Gregory Thomas Buckley
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    The court probably will refuse to speak with him directly but there are other types of measures for him to have a voice. If there is an ongoing issue of non compliance with the parenting plan and time sharing schedule (visitation schedule) then speak with an attorney who can review the existing Judgment or Order with the idea of filing an appropriate Motion for Contempt or Enforcement. Furthermore, based on Florida Laws, the attorney (or even the court) can ask for an evaluation of the...

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  8. How can I obtain legal residency in United states if I am undocumented?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Carlos E Sandoval
    3. Veronica Tunitsky
    4. J Charles Ferrari
    5. Matthew L. Kolken
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    Depending on your age and whether you meet other qualifications ,you may qualify for a work permit. The only path to residency would be through family or employment. If you came in undocumented with limited exceptions, you will not be able to adjust status (change to a green card holder/ obtain residency while remaining in the) US but will be forced to complete the process outside of the US and will face a time bar from reentering unless you can show extreme hardship to a qualifying...

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  9. Immigration - chance to get legal status ?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Jeffrey Adam Devore
    3. Carlos E Sandoval
    4. Jakob Seth Lipman
    4 lawyer answers

    The marriage and the birth of your child certainly does not create any legal rights or status here in the US. However you may be able to explore other limited options. Meet with an Immigration attorney who can review specific facts of your case to see if you are eligible for any relief. Natalie Hall, Esq (407) 412- 7035

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  10. Is it common for a family court judge to only listen to one sides testimony?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Natalie Dian Hall
    2. Donna Hung
    3. Charles B. Upton II
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    As you are not an attorney you may not have fully understood the process. I suggest you order the transcript from that hearing and have an attorney review them with you. If there is no transcript at least obtain the court minutes and court file. Time is of the essence in your ability for an appeal, rehearing or motion to vacate (set aside the ruling) Natalie Hall, Esq. hall@ndhlaw.com (407) 412-7035

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