I got my 2nd DUI and am in need of an attorney, i don't qualify for the public defender, i can do 1500 up front and payments. Please help
Many attorneys will agree to some type of payments, but the only way to know is to call around. We're not permitted to refer you to attorneys or solicit clients on this site. I would suggest looking up DUI attorneys in Jacksonville on the Avvo site.
One thing to consider is that some aspects of a DUI case are time sensitive so don't delay.See question
If i am the VICTIM in a sitiation. Is it still safe to get an attorney ? If so could I get an attorney through this site. And how much will it possibly cost?
It's not unusual for a victim to have an attorney represent their interests in a case. You can search for an attorney in your area on this site. As far as cost it will vary based on the case. Talk with some attorneys and find one your comfortable with.See question
Received first Dui offense no damage to self others or vehicle but blew .19. I never been in trouble so when I went to jail didn't understand that pleading no contest would come with all the penalties. I have completed dui class, paid fines, going...
The state attorney's office will stipulate to an "under blow" sometimes to facilitate a plea. However, DHSMV can still impose the "double blow" penalties per statute, administratively. Your only chance to avoid the interlock was to win the admin hearing or receive an acquittal on the DUI charge.See question
Person who is prescribed pain medication legally, by a certified pain management physician. Goes to dependancy trial and loses, sanctions include "drug court" and this kangaroo court says I goto jail if I take my prescriptions. My original cas...
I agree there aren't enough facts here to give you a solid answer. However, assuming a person has a medical issue that requires treatment a court generally can't deny that person access to the treatment.See question
About a month ago I hit a tree on my way home with a friend in the car. We both went to the hospital for injuries. At the hospital the nurse made me give a urine sample. It came back positive for alcohol. The police on scene did not ask about drin...
This is a complicated question, the State looks at all the factors. There is a strong likelihood with your case involving alcohol and bodily injury that the State could pursue a DUI. It would be a good idea to find an attorney on Avvo that focuses on DUI law. Many of us provide free consultations. This will allow you to be prepared if the worst happens.See question
My son was arrested in Jacksonville FL for felony possession of Marijuana. I was frantic and called the first lawyer firm I found at for the first appearance, They charged us $2500 (thought it was a misdeamnor) and now want another 20,000. How ...
Without knowing more about the quantity, your son's history, the judge, and other factors it's difficult to evaluate a retainer. Most attorneys will give you an option of a flat fee or hourly, but it depends heavily on the case. I would "shop around" and see what other attorneys can offer.See question
I got stopped for expired tag, i didnt drive faulty and obeyed all traffic laws, officer noticed that i had slurred speech and saw bruises all over my body and mud. also noticed that i couldn't follow directions he asked me to do hgn test 6/6 cues...
This is a much more complex issue than you'd think, and more facts are needed. Based on what you've explained, yes the State could. I would call an attorney in your area that handles DUI. In my experience with these types of cases a thorough review of the case needs to happen asap to protect your interests long term.See question
My boyfriend was charged with resisting an officer without violence. His bail is set at $100,000. The article below explains "what happened" via police. I do not believe this story at all. He said he didn't do it and he was walking home from work ...
With that bond amount I would be concerned about additional charges in the pipeline. Getting an attorney involved asap is important. His exposure is up to one year on the misdemeanor. I'd suggest using Avvo to locate an attorney Jacksonville that handles criminal defense cases.See question
Hi, my friend was convicted of a felony for vehicular homicide 20 years ago in Florida. Can he get his voting rights restored? If so, what does he need to do?
It is possible to get voting rights restored in specific situations. The process is time consuming and complicated. It can take years in some cases. I would consult with an attorney to assist your friend with the process.See question