Carlos M Amor’s Answers

Carlos M Amor

Miami Foreclosure Attorney.

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  1. What is the jail time for a warrant for failure to appear in Florida?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Carlos M Amor
    2. Jay Roger Rooth
    2 lawyer answers

    If the failure to appear was for two misdemeanors then you may not have to stay overnight if your county jail allows for a booking and immediate release procedure in which you are at the jail for one or two hrs for booking/processing then you get a new court date and are released. Some counties allow defendants to walk into the court room "off calender" and ask the judge to recall the warrant and set a new court date while the clerk is "on the record" in the courtroom. You can probably...

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  2. If I retain an Attorney for a petit theft charge, do I have to appear in court

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. William Robert Jay
    2. Michael Christopher Grieco
    3. Carlos M Amor
    3 lawyer answers

    You can Plea in Absentia if the Judge is willing to accept it. All you need to do is sign a plea form and a fingerprint card and send it to your lawyer before the hearing, easy peasy.

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  3. I was charged with reckless driving and did 30 days in jail and how much time would i do if i violated the second month on prob

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Stephen Andrew Mosca
    2. Carlos M Amor
    3. Aaron David Delgado
    4. James Morris Balagia
    4 lawyer answers

    30 days on a reckless??? And Probation to follow?!?! Thats amazing, I will never drive through Port Orange. 60 days is the max on any 2nd degree misdemeanor, so....if your judge sentences you "to the max" on a VOP (violation of prob) then you will do another 30 days max. Ask the VOP judge to "terminate your probation" in light of the 30 days already served. He may terminate you AND give you the last 30 days, so ask him to terminate before you "admit" to the VOP, which is just like pleaing...

  4. Is it legal and common for criminal defence attorney to work in concert with the prosecutor to build a the guilty case

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Adam Lloyd Pollack
    2. Lauren Walter Berns Jr.
    3. Carlos M Amor
    4. Peter J Tomao
    4 lawyer answers

    No. Your lawyer probably realizes how horrible your case is and how you will spend eons in prison if convicted. By playing nice with the government, he is morel likely to get you in and out of prison in no time at all.

  5. Sentencing for Simple Battery Misdemeanor

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Michael Christopher Grieco
    2. Carlos M Amor
    2 lawyer answers

    Sounds like self defense. Dont plea out before talking to a lawyer. TheMiamiCriminalLawyer.com

  6. Police can pull a mistreated young child (9) from school class to be interrogate without her parents being present or informed?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Carlos M Amor
    1 lawyer answer

    It seems like the police were investigating a claim of abuse in which your child was the alleged victim. If your daughter were a suspect of a crime, then their would be more constitutional safeguards in place to protect your child's rights. However, in your case, the police needed to speak to the victim of a crime, your daughter, and Im sure they were thinking you would not have a problem with them trying to find out what happened to your daughter. They should have waited perhaps, but there...

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