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Lori Doganiero Palmieri

Tampa Federal Crime Lawyer.

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  1. Where would I look for the Rules pertaining to an Dangerous/Evidentiary Hearing? [Criminal]

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Robert Jason De Groot
    3. Steven Douglas Knittle
    3 lawyer answers

    There is no such thing. It sounds like an Evidentiary hearing on a violation of probation for a felony driving while license suspended or revoked case. An evidentiary hearing is where evidence is presented to the court to establish the allegations of violation of probation, i.e. which conditions of probation were allegedly violated. It is like a mini trial where the prosecutor and the defense have a hearing before the court to see if sufficient evidence exists to prove that the probationer...

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  2. Being convicted of a felony drug possession 5 years ago, does that qualifies me a an habitual offender.I have an open case now!!

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Christopher Robert Dillingham II
    3. Alberto Marino Quirantes Jr.
    4. Colleen M. Glenn
    4 lawyer answers

    No, you are not a habitual offender but your prior conviction will be scored against you on this scoresheet when determining what you potential sentence might be. Be sure to discuss all of your questions and concerns with your lawyer.

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  3. Criminal Case

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Michael Adam Haber
    3. Alberto Marino Quirantes Jr.
    4. Robert Jason De Groot
    5. Sky Elliot Smith
    5 lawyer answers

    It just means how long the trial was conducted before the jury on that day.

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  4. How much will cost it to represent his defense?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Antonio Gonzalo Jimenez
    3. Dean George Tsourakis
    4. Ralph F. Guerra
    4 lawyer answers

    Those are very serious charges and would be an expensive private representation case. I suggest you contact some attorneys in Miami and the surrounding area and consult with them for your friend if he has the means to hire one. Fees are very case specific and cannot be discussed broadly in a forum like this. Best of luck to your friend.

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  5. I pointed out a coke dealer to a friend at a bar and got charged with drug dealing is that even a crime

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Antonio Gonzalo Jimenez
    3. Larry Thomas McMillan
    4. Eric Matthew Matheny
    4 lawyer answers

    If you were charged, it was probably as a principal to the purchase or sale of cocaine meaning you aided and abetted the actual deal by putting the parties together. It is serious and you should seek qualified representation right away.

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  6. If there was one bond reduction hearing, can there be a second one and how?

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Michael L Morgan
    3. Dean George Tsourakis
    4. Huda Ajlani
    4 lawyer answers

    Generally there must be new information for the Court to consider in order to have successive bond motions. If the defense attorney can make some agreements with the prosecutor to bring back before the court, there can be multiple hearings. On such a serious case, the defense lawyer needs to gather as much information available to present to the court to secure a bond, if possible. The family should work closely with the lawyer on all aspects of the defense, including trying to secure a bond.

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  7. The arresting sheriff did not read me my rights was the arrest legal?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Tracey Lyn Sticco
    3. Dean George Tsourakis
    4. Daniel J. Rose
    5. Dale Christopher Carson
    6. ···
    8 lawyer answers

    The failure to read your Miranda Rights does not make the arrest illegal. If you gave incriminating statements after you were in custody that the State seeks to use against you in it's case in chief, you can move to suppress those statements because they were made in violation of Miranda. There is a common misperception that the failure to read one's rights affects the arrest itself. It really only has to do with whether you have made statements against your own iinterest that the state...

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  8. Could my ex get a restraint order against me after I grabbed her and thrown her? And now refuse to let me see my son?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Joseph Julius Registrato
    3. John Arthur Smitten
    4. Jay Bodzin
    4 lawyer answers

    Please refrain from making admissions on a public forum. You need to discuss your situation with an attorney immediately and get advice specific to your case. Yes, you can be restrained from visitation with your child when there are allegations of abuse against a parent. If she obtained an ex parte injunction, then you will have a full opportunity to dispute it in a hearing within about 10 days. You can also face a criminal charge of domestic battery. You need a lawyer now.

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  9. Do I have a shot at a motion to dismiss based on lack of evidence.

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Jonathan Hackworth
    3. Colleen M. Glenn
    4. Joshua Sachs
    4 lawyer answers

    A motion to dismiss under Rule 3.190(c)(4) must admit all facts as true and does not comprise a crime. This is not a motion to dismiss case. Based on your facts, it seems illogical that the charge would have been filed in the first place. The best person to ask your legal and factual questions to is your lawyer who is most familiar with the facts as alleged and what you say happened or did not happen. It seems like the facts are very much in your favor, but you may have to try the case if...

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  10. I'M BEING TRIED ON BURGLARY W/ FIREARM

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Lori Doganiero Palmieri
    2. Edward B. Galante
    3. Arthur Brian Brandt
    4. Michael James Orlando
    5. Carolyn Capri Garber
    6. ···
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    Who is asking such a question? Are you talking about testifying on your own behalf? You need to discuss the advantages and pitfalls in taking the stand in your own trial with your lawyer. Whether the firearm was concealed or not will not affect whether you were committing an armed burglary. If you were not there by consent and manifested an intent to commit a crime therein, the possession of the firearm is an aggravating element to this offense. Pretty serious - not a question that this...

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