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Angela Meriah Park

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  • Cost of motion

    how much does a motion cost to let the prosecutor release my property? I'm out from jail already and detective won't release my property without the consent of the criminal prosecutor.

    Angela’s Answer

    That depends on the attorney. You can always write a letter to the judge and see if he will give you a hearing. But the best course of action is to contact your original attorney.

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  • My 19 yr old daughter pleaded gulity to petit theft. Can I get a motion to get it witheld from the judge? Any help please

    Went to courthouse with hopes to get it expunged but it is adjuicated guilty. I need sone help to get this taken care if . It is almost a yr ago this happened and she can't get a job. Any help on what to do next would be helpful. I'm a single mom...

    Angela’s Answer

    In Florida, you cannot get your record sealed if you have an adjudication on your record- either for the offense where you seek sealing or for any other criminal offense. This is a situation where you need to consult with an attorney about your options for reopening the case and asking for adjudication to be withheld. If your daughter has other criminal offenses, that will have an impact on her eligibility for sealing.

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  • Am I able to request a court date to speak with my judge?

    I was given 35 hours community service and a fee of $288 due by the 31st of March. Anyways, I am curious to know if I would be able to set a court date (or possibly find out when the judge will be in court next) and speak to him about my situation...

    Angela’s Answer

    You can always call judge's judicial assistant and ask. Many judges will set hearing time for you to make that request. They may make you put it in writing.

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  • Early Resolution Meeting in FLORIDA. What should i expect??

    I have an early resolution meeting with my attorney in FL in 2 days..most of the charges have been "disposed by prosecutor"..what remains are 5 charges..(3felonies2misdemeanors): (1,2,3)poss. of controlled substance. (4)poss. of <20grams mariju...

    Angela’s Answer

    Assuming you have no prior record and there is no allegation of sale of drugs in your case, you may be eligible for drug court. This is a program where once you complete it, the charges are dropped. www.brevarddc.com has more info on program, costs and requirements.

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  • What am I facing? time?

    currently in jail for a VOP original charges are two different from different counties. my new charges are(1) speaking a criminal (2) intake of marijuana (3) possession of marijuana mire than 20 grams. by the way Iam already a convicted felon. wha...

    Angela’s Answer

    The short answer to your question is: Jail time is a decent possibility when you violate your probation with new law offenses. That being said, there is quite a bit of information missing here such as what your prior record is, what you are on probation for, whether you have been convicted of the new law offenses, etc. There are so many factors that play into the ultimate sentence you receive. You need an attorney to evaluate your individual situation and give you an answer after knowing all the facts.

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  • What is an outstanding warrant ?

    no details, just what is an outstanding warrant ?

    Angela’s Answer

    A warrant that has been issued (signed by a judge) but not served (the defendant hasn't been arrested, yet).

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  • I'm hiring for my daycare center and the background check pulled up 2 things of the records that bother me.

    This woman is from Florida and when I ran a background check it found: 1) Certificate of Compliance - Jessica Lunsford Act under her misdemeanor charge. and the other charge it said 2) Deliver to minor or hire as agent in sale She has given u...

    Angela’s Answer

    Without seeing exactly what is on this woman's background check and the way it is worded, I don't think anyone on here can give you a satisfactory answer. Background check forms often jumble alot of information in a short amount of space, making it easy to misinterpret the information. As you probably know, and the reason you are understandably concerned, the Jessica Lunsford Act was passed in response to the abduction and murder of a little girl. The Act has many components. My suggestion is to contact the Clerk of Courts in the county where the charges you are concerned about happened and order a certified copy of the disposition and get a copy of the original police report. Or contact FDLE, who might be able to help you understand what is on that form.

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  • What is a propsed order in regards to having something expunged from your recorde after recieving a no objection from the state

    I am trying to have something removed from my record and , i have recieved a no ibjection from the state , recieved a message stating that i needed a proposed order, but i dont know what one is or where to get one from

    Angela’s Answer

    Go to www.brevardclerk.us, on left side under Quick Links it says "Forms". Click on that and then click on "criminal". There is a link that has the forms you would need for both sealing and expunging a case. A proposed Order form is included in there. You would need to modify it to reflect the county you are in and the information specific to your case.

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  • How Can I Dismiss and false injunction?

    I was sexually involved with a woman who was cheating on her boyfriend with me. A month after I broke off our affair, she realized i was serious about not moving forward with her. she then asked if I was going to tell her boyfriend about us and s...

    Angela’s Answer

    Having an injunction issues against you can have serious consequences. Injunction hearings are before a judge, who will hear any evidence put forth by both sides and decide whether to issue a permanent injunction. You don't say whether anyone else was present during this argument. You also don't mention whether she has filed criminal charges. Please consult with an attorney, who can review the petition and any evidence and help you in your defense.

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  • Someone very dear to me is facing third degree gandtheft and forgery charges and cannot afford a lawyer, best case cenario?

    No prior felonies, only traffic and some sort of small domestic infraction. Never convicted of anything. Very small record

    Angela’s Answer

    Theft offenses become more serious, depending on the value of the items taken. The kind of crime you're describing (third degree felony) may be eligible for entry into a Pretrial Intervention program (PTI). There are a number of factors that affect eligibility, including existence of prior record. If this person is unable to hire an attorney, the Office of the Public Defender will be appointed and an attorney there can advise whether this person is eligible for diversion. If the person is not eligible for PTI, these types of crimes are punishable by penalties ranging from probation to prison, with probation being more likely if the person has very little criminal history.

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