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are the forms to file motion the same, where can I obtain them please???
No. You can have the time for a speedy trial expire (90 days for misdemeanor and 175 for felony) If that happens, the defendant can file a Notice of expiration of speedy trial. The court Must then have a hearing on the matter and set the case for trial all within 15 days. A demand for Speedy says that the defendant is ready for trial and the court then has a hearing and sets the matter for trial within 60 days. The demand can be filed prior to the speedy trial time noted above having expired.See question
i need a trial witin 60 days
You must file a Demand for Speedy Trial. This is a very technical area of the law. Filing the demand has other implications. Most importantly, it says that you are ready for trial. You should consult with an attorney before filing this motion.See question
I filed for divorce and my final hearing is on the 18th of july. I cannot go to the hearing on that date and would like to know what "Motion" form do I need to file to let them know or to ask them to move my final hearing to another date. Thank...
First try to coordinate with the other party. That way, your motion could be a joint motion, and the judge would be more likely to grant it.See question
I received an email from a lawyer to report to court on this Thursday I have not received a certified letter from the courts. Can I file a unable to appear motion to extend this out? I have only been given 6-7 days to appear by email no letter thr...
Email notice is actually acceptable and will become a requirement in family law cases as of September first of this year. You can and should file a notice of unavailability and try to request a new date. Chances are that you wre served early in the case, and now the other attorney only needs to notify you in certain circumstances. This may be one of those times. However, the court time should always be coordinated. If it was not or no attempt to do so was made, you have a strong argument to get a new date. You can also call the other attorney to try to change the date.See question
I am a victim of domestic violence and when my mother fell ill I was forced to temporarily allow my children to stay with their father...two years later he refuses to give me my children...has put me on child support, and is trying to get full cus...
This situation in which you find yourself is complicated and frequent. You will hardly stand a chance without representation. We offer reasonable fees and payment plans. Please call to set up a FREE consultation. 407-426-5757See question
Is it he same process as in a criminal trial ? is it done by jury or judge ? What happens ?
I agree with my coleagues. If this case stems from a criminal act, the state will seek restitution (ie ask you to pay damages to the other party.) If that happens, the other parties will not be allowed to collect twice.See question
Im getting a hardship in fl, but am moving to P.A for work. I have a drug conviction not selling or intent to sell. Marijuana possesion. I am able to get my hardship here in fl, but will it transfer and will there be any fees?
PA is a difficult state when it comes to your DL. However, it is likely that YOU will have to do all the work. Make sure you have certified or original documents to show DMV in PA.See question
the card is in my moms name my mom is the only one on the card
Did the police investigate? Were charges filed. What happened? We need more info.See question
My wife of 8.5 years has moved out of the house asking fo a divorce. She wants half of all the money we put into the house. There is no equity on the house and wants be to buy her out. How does this work?
She is entitled to everything you are entitled to. Florida does not place blame in a divorce case. The only exception is when one party is wasting marital assetts.See question
This happened about two years ago in a divorce case. Soon after I paid my friend's attorney's retainer (on my credit card), that attorney had a stroke. He quit practicing but did not return the retainer. He is very ill now and I cannot get a re...
Most retainer agreements state that the initial retainer is not refundable. Take a look at your contract, first. The Florida Bar may be able to assist in contacting him, if your contract allows you to get a refund.See question