Greetings, I have an injunction against repeat violence on my ex husbands current wife. I have had this order for 8 years. She has recently filed an outlandish motion to vacate the injunction ( Outlandish, meaning personal/slander attacks against ...
It depends on what kind of competent evidence she has to support her claims. If, as you say, the Motion is filled with lies she will be unable to substantiate her claims other then lying herself. The gun in itself is not enough to keep your injunction in affect. As another attorney pointed out, this would only be relevant is she is not supposed to be in possession of firearms.See question
I also need help on how to file an extension and/or modification to the DV injunction.
You may need to get a court order depending on the terms of the injunction and any other child support or paternity orders. You should gather up all your documents and meet with an attorney to assist and advise you with this. My office is in St. Petersburg and I practice in Hillsborough so feel free to contact me if you would like a consultation.See question
I was arrested and the court withheld adjudication without guilt,but I am not even sure if that means guilty or not? If it does mean gulity I would like my record expunged. I am applying for college and want this off.Thank you
Attorney's quotes will vary based on many different circumstances. Most attorneys offer free consultation and they will give you a quote for their services. If you received a withhold, and you are otherwise eligible, you can petition to get your record sealed. Expect about $200 in filing fees and FDLE application fees in addition to any attorneys fees you will need to pay.See question
i have an outstanding warrant, but need desperately to renew my driers licenses. obviously, i know that dealing with the warrant is a priority, but do not have the money to take care of the matter at this time. please, do not answer by telling me ...
If a D-6 was not issued, I don't think the warrant would preclude you from getting your driver's license. You can go to the DHSMV website and run your driver's license number and they can tell you if you have any issues with your license.See question
If you have a felony probation in one county and also have a domestic violence battery probation in a different county what will happen when you violate? My ex was on felony probation in Pasco County and we had moved to Hillsborough together. He g...
Your ex will more then likely be violated in both counties. As everyone else mentioned, you need to hire an attorney asap so they can get your ex's case resolved in the most positive manner. He is facing very serious time especially in regards to his felony charge. I practice in both Pasco and Hillsborough county. Feel free to call or email me if you need assistance.See question
I did see this: Chapter 812, relating to theft, Robbery, and related crimes, if the offense is a felony
Not if you entered a plea to those charges.See question
If you have been convicted of felon in possession of a gun in FL can the feds also charge you on the same charge?
Yes. As the other attorneys mentioned due to dual sovereignty, both jurisdictions would be able to charge you without violating double jeopardy. Whether both charges will be pursued is another question. My office is in St. Petersburg if you would like assistance with your matter.See question
Just trying to find out when someone is getting released?
This person will end up serving 25 days for each 30 days they are sentenced so long as they didn't have any discipline problems or aren't trustees or in some kind of program that gives additional gain time.See question
It took about 1 month from the day I got out of jail to go to my arraignment. I was assigned probation. I'm curious to know; if I went to court like I agreed to the bail bondsman I would- Can they still revoke my bond? I know that the court can...
So long as you are adhering to the conditions of your bond, your bondsman should not revoke your bond.See question
There is no prior criminal record and the individual being charged is 26 years old (if age matters)
Yes, they certainly could. The maximum sentence on your charge is 45 years in the Department of Corrections (15 years per count). My office is in St. Petersburg. Feel free to contact me if you would like assistance with your case.See question