Trying to get a job and suspension make me ineligible bur they are non traffic related
Assuming you're talking about the suspension of your drivers license, unfortunately that information cannot be expunged.See question
My brother was arrested for driving while license revoked. He was bonded out. He has never been in trouble before. They are trying to sentence him to 60 days in jail. Right now he can't afford to pay his tickets. He is really trying he works a...
I agree with the above answers. It is concerning to hear that they're trying to send him seem to 60 days. Was this a suspension for a drug conviction or dui? He definitely needs to speak with an attorney to carefully evaluate his options and negotiate his case.See question
I have not filed in 10 years. I am going to file this year because since the change in custody this is my last year to claim my child. Since I have not filed in so many years should I fight to get the credit for the child that he claimed when he w...
You need to consult with a tax professional. it is not clear from the information you provided, whether or not you had to file a tax return. Call a CPA asap.See question
My uncle has been in prison since 1988. He was convicted as a 3 time offender. His first offense he was a juvenile and I think that was illegal to use that as a strike. He was sent a letter from the state saying he was recommended for clemency fro...
You may also want to consider contacting the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. http://www.facdl.org/See question
I tried to get it sealed but I was unable because of the driving with suspended license was on my background is there another way I can get this of my background it's really hard to get a job with this on there please help
You were likely denied because you were adjudicated guilty on the Driving on License Suspended or Revoked. You need to contact an attorney to see if you can find a way to have adjudication withheld on the DWLSR charge, than you should be eligible to seal the petit theft.See question
I was charged with possession of alcohol as a minor and was given the opportunity to drop the charge with diversion. However, now i am 18 where as when charged i was 17 and am a full time student and employee. I have followed all aspects of the di...
I agree with the above answers. Unfortunately writing a letter will likely not do the trick. If you have an attorney, it will be easier. However, if you do send a letter, you may want to consider sending in some character letters, along with copies of completion of all conditions.See question
His public defender said they offered him 30 months. That seems to be extreme.
Your question does not provide enough information. You stated that it was unoccupied dwelling, did you mean structure? If you meant unoccupied structure, the maximum would be up to five years in prison and up to $5000 fine. However if it was a dwelling, it would be a second degree felony, up to 15 years.
The answer will also depend on the person's criminal history and and other factors.
You need to speak with an attorney.See question
my boyfriend is in jail for vop but it is a technical violation, this is his first violation , and he is almost done with probation . will they give him house arrest or time served or make him continue probation ? and how fast will he get out ?
I agree with the answers below. Every situation is different, but it always helps to be able to go in front of a judge and say that despite the violation, client has paid all of the costs and fines and completed almost all of his conditions. As pointed out before it all depends on the charge, prior criminal history, and the nature of the violation. I would suggest you call a local attorney and find representation quickly.See question
Dates back to 2007
It depends on what the warrant is for. If it is a misdemeanor charge,most likely, when you hire an attorney, they can call it up for hearing without you being arrested. The other option, of course, is to turn yourself in on the warrant, and wait for a court date. It is unclear when the court date would be. It is a much better option for you to consult with a local attorney and figure out how to best approach the situation. Otherwise, you may be stopped one day for traffic ticket and will go to jail.See question
I won a small claim and is starting the collection, but the judgment prepared by my attorney does not have the defendant's address. I have been trying to contact my attorney but it took him 6 months to response that I have to pay him a fee for the...
The defendant's address needs to be in the judgment. You may want to consider getting an amended judgment. You also need to make sure to record a certified copy of the judgment in the county where you think the defendant has real estate. Additionally, to properly perfect the judgment you need to file a judgment lien certificate with the secretary of state. This will place a lien on the personal property of the debtor.See question