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Ronald Lawrence Frey II

Charlotte Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. I'm a minor was arrested for underage consumption, if i didn't have my miranda rights read to me can i get out of the charge?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    2. Matthew Charles Bangerter
    3. Peter McGrath
    4. Chester Leroy Palumbo
    5. Christopher Lee Beck
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    Miranda rights need not be given in every instance. They must be read prior to any custodial interrogation by law enforcement. It is important to consult with a criminal defense lawyer in order to have the facts of your case evaluate. Ron Frey Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. http://www. FAFLegal.com 216-928-7700

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  2. Petty theft, first offense. What to do next?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    2. John Joseph Dowell
    3. Ashley Lenore Jones
    4. Chester Leroy Palumbo
    5. Andrew Michael Korduba
    5 lawyer answers

    If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may qualify for an assigned attorney or public defender. If you have already met with private attorneys and cannot afford their fees, I suggest you inquire with the court as to whether an attorney can be assigned to your case and what steps need to be taken in order to secure assigned counsel. Ron Frey Cleveland, Ohio Criminal Lawyer Friedman & Frey, LLC FAFLegal.com

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  3. My husband won his appeal(criminal) case, tomorrow he goes before the judge or what was called a conference what is that for

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    2. David Keith Greer
    3. Ronald Lee Burdge
    4. Heather Morcroft
    4 lawyer answers

    Depending upon the reason for the remand to the trial court, the hearing could concern a number of issues. I would not want to speculate as to the purpose of the hearing. I respectfully suggest that you contact your husband's attorney in order to get guidance on this issue. Ron Frey Criminal defense lawyer Cleveland, Ohio www.FAFLegal.com

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  4. I am looking for a quote from a lawyer to dismiss my speeding ticket and the points.

    Answered 26 days ago.

    1. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    2. Brandon Alexander Robinson
    3. Theodore A. Blanton
    3 lawyer answers

    In order to get a quote from a lawyer, you will have to contact one directly. Avvo generally prohibits direct solicitation by attorneys on this Q&A platform. Many attorneys offer free consultations and would be happy to discuss your case with you, if you call them. I suggest finding a lawyer who handles traffic cases and practices in Rowan County on a regular basis. Good luck, Ron Frey http://www.freylegal.com

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  5. If the FBI raided my house, asked me questions, served my boyfriend a warrant and arrested him, do I need a lawyer?

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    2. Jonathan Daniel Seiglie
    3. Mary Guy Mendini
    4. Mark Steven Jetton Jr
    5. Robert Jason De Groot
    5 lawyer answers

    He needs a lawyer. You also should, at the least, consult with an attorney as soon as possible. Many offer free consultation.

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  6. Is it Possible to get a .17 lower.Its my first DWI and I was a mile from the Car when I got the ticket.I was not seen in the car

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Adam M. Seifer
    2. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    3. Amanda Bowden Houser
    4. Curtis A Sluder
    4 lawyer answers

    A criminal defense lawyer can review the case to determine any potential issues. A thorough review is required in order for an effective strategy to be devised. Regarding your specific question, statements by a Defendant can generally be used as evidence against Defendant. As to the potential results that may be obtained in your case, I suggest consulting with a criminal defense lawyer to review your case in detail. Ron Frey, Esq. The Frey Law Firm, PLLC

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  7. What to do about false OVI

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Kenneth Richard Bailey
    2. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    3. Robert Francis Healey Jr.
    4. Terrence Robert Rudes
    5. Andrew Richard Bucher
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    7 lawyer answers

    If he intends to fight the charge, he should enter a not guilty plea and consult with a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Ron Frey Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. http://wwwFAFLegal.com 216-928-7700

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  8. My lawyer filed a motion for a bail reduction can the prosecutor say anything

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    2. Michael Lee Weimorts
    3. A. Scott Hamilton
    3 lawyer answers

    The prosecutor can be heard on this issue. It is possible that the prosecutor might file a brief in opposition. The prosecutor may also object during the hearing, if the judge orders one. Generally, the court will look to the prosecutor for input regarding the State of Ohio's position. Ron Frey Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. http://www.faflegal.com

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  9. Are you supposed to go to your pre-trial hearing?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. David Keith Greer
    2. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    3. Zachary Douglas Mayo
    4. Cassandra Ann Rodriguez
    5. Anthony Francis Comunale
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    Generally, a defendant is required to attend -all criminal pre-trials. However, there are exceptions and circumstances where a court may not require the defendant's presence. I certainly defer to his counsel who is in the best position to know the particular circumstances of your son's case. Ron Frey www.FAFLegal.com

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  10. How to appeal conviction

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Ronald Lawrence Frey II
    2. Christopher Lee Beck
    3. John B. Elbert
    3 lawyer answers

    There may be many issues on appeal. A criminal defense lawyer will need to review the record and determine the best course of action. As to the specific issues, that cannot be determined until a thorough review is completed. If he is unable to afford counsel, it is important for him to request that appellate counsel be appointed. Further, there are time limits for the filing of the notice of appeal. As such, it is important to move quickly. Ron Frey www.FreyLegal.com

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