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  • Is there a criminal lawyer in Tampa that will defend my son as a pro bono case??

    My son was released from prison in April 2012. On Jan 9 he was arrested & is being charged with 3 felonies. He is not guilty but we cannot affors an attorney for him. Can someone please help us??

    Christopher’s Answer

    An attorney from the Public Defender's Office will represent your son. Appreciate the representation, make sure your son communicates with and cooperates with the attorney to receive the best results.

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  • Can you move out of Florida when you have pending charges?

    I have pending grand theft charges on me. I have already bonded out of jail and I have my second pre-trial hearing in March. I am having a real tough time finding work but have a great oppurtunity in Utah. Would I be able to move?

    Christopher’s Answer

    You should try to take care of the charges first. There are many reasons to. Call my office for more information and I will explain.

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  • Just arrested for 3rd DUI. What penalties will be imposed.

    I was convicted of my first DUI over 17 years ago. My 2nd DUI was over 7 years ago. Now I just got arrested for my 3rd DUI. Will this 3rd DUI be counted as within 10 years of prior conviction or outside of tens years. The penaltie's greatly va...

    Christopher’s Answer

    It will be a third within ten year dui. I recommend hiring a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to help mitigate the penalties. The State may charge this as a felony.

    Good luck.

    Chris

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  • I have a home in Florida. I am on SSI Disability . I have many past outstanding debt on credit cards, I cannot pay these .

    One creditor filed for a lawsuit. I have no money and decided to move into an apartement .Can I do this safely without my creditors taking my money from the sale of my home.

    Christopher’s Answer

    Yes you can. But it requires some strategic planing. Retain an attorney to help you. Call my office for more information.

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  • I WAS SERVED WITH A WRIT OF GARNISHMENT AND ADVISED TO SEND BACK EXEMPTION AND REQUEST FOR HEARING. WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?

    I HAVE NOT SPOKEN TO ANYONE YET REGARDING THIS CASE AND HOW TO RESOLVE THIS DEBT. PLEASE HELP. IS Bankruptcy STILL A OPTION AT THIS POINT.

    Christopher’s Answer

    Yes. Bankruptcy is still an option. You may be eligible for exemptions from garnishment. Please contact a bankruptcy attorney as soon as possible. You may call my ofice for more informartion. Good luck.

    Chris.

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  • What can a store do with your infos after they accused you of shoplifting? No police involved

    I have been accused of shoplifting a pair of earrings of the value of 12.99 $ at a Burlington Coat Factory and even if I just forgot them on after trying them, the guard didn't believe me. I know that even if innocent I was in the wrong so I colla...

    Christopher’s Answer

    You should be fine. It just sounds like you have a trespass warning to that store. You can always check the clerk website in the county where the store was located to see if your name comes up in a creiminal case search. It is unlikely that any charges will be filed by the State Attorney's Office.

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  • Is it illegal for your landlord to continously call you at work after you told them not to & telling your coworker your business

    My landlord called my job looking for me, I told her to never call me here, they secretary also told the landlord this but the landlord still called my place of work, then the landlord told the secretary that I was late on my rent and she is going...

    Christopher’s Answer

    The facts, as you've stated appear to show that the landlord is violating multiple debt collection laws. I recommend that you hire an attorney familiar with the FCCPA and the FDCPA to help you negotiate out of the lease as well as sue for those violations.

    Call my office for more information

    Chris

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  • My husband died, i'm on the mortgage deed but i'm not on the mortgage loan, what do i do?

    We have 3 properties where I'm on the deeds but not the loan

    Christopher’s Answer

    First, I am sorry to hear about your loss-

    As for the question- It depends on what you want to do with the properties. In either event, you will not be personal liable for any monetary damages.

    Call my office for more information.

    Good Luck

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  • How do "Lenders" transfer a Mortgage Note?

    Let’s say Lender ‘A’ originates a loan and endorses said Note to Lender ‘B’ (at closing). The Mortgage is assigned to MERS (also at closing). Lender ‘B’ is acquired by Lender ‘C’ (within months of origination). Plaintiff (in foreclosure case) i...

    Christopher’s Answer

    I agree with everything in the first answer and would only add that- sometimes the chain of ownership may not appear to be complete and may have a break in it and the lay individual wouldn't understand then how it got from b to c. Many times mortgage servicers will purchase other mortgage servicers and acquire the rights to all of the notes that were held by the servicer that has been bought. This may never show up on the note itself as an endorsement or alonge. It is, however, enforceable. Most attorneys in the industry are familiar with these transactions and can tell you if there has been a transaction that affects the note. Otherwise you can also look it up on the web, there will Be SEC filings and press releases near the time of the transaction.

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  • Debt collection lawsuit: Is money lent a legal remedy or an equitable remedy

    Debt collection lawsuit: Is money lent a legal remedy or an equitable remedy? thanks

    Christopher’s Answer

    Mr. Lampert is correct. Unless there is some sort of security there is not much use for a Money Lent suit in equity.

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