The petition was denied because i sateted the wrong date of arrest And didn't check mark who the clerk should forward copies of the order to.
This is an easy fix. Most attorneys would probably be willing to file the corrected paperwork for you for a nominal fee. (Don't call me though, because AVVO does not allow me to solicit clients on their website, I am only allowed to provide them free content and expertise.)See question
I was arrested for ubering at Sanford Airport with the airport police claiming that I needed an airport permit even though uber allows pick ups at Sanford Airport and uber said it was at our discretion to pick up passengers there. I don't have muc...
The fact you even need to ask this question suggests you need a private attorney if you can afford one.See question
I received a court order signed by a judge indicating that my record is sealed. I then ran a national FBI background check with fingerprinting to see if anything would come up. The results were negative. I also ran an FDLE background check and not...
The best course of action would be to ask the Department of Health whether the sealed case disqualifies you. Under Florida law, a sealed or expunged case must be disclosed to the Department of health when applying for a license.See question
Charges were dropped by the other person, I was never convicted nor went to trial, it's a misdemeanor case that involved my ex boyfriend in 2009. My ex took my child away from my home without my consent and he had no rights which is what cause an ...
No, there would be no legal prohibition to you having a firearm. But if you had been convicted, it would have been unlawful for you to possess or purchase a firearm. See 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9) Look up the Lautenberg Amendment for more information on this prohibition.See question
When I was 15 I had got into some trouble and took the fall for a grand theft felony charge. Instead of going to regular court I pled guilty and it stays in teen court. Since it was in teen court what should I put on job application or resume.
Yes, your juvenile criminal history will show up on a background check until you are 24 (although there are a few exceptions to that rule). You should answer the question truthfully if it asks whether you were arrested. If you have not turned 24 yet, you can petition to have it expunged now, which would remove it from your record before your 24th birthday.See question
I am looking to go to school for dental assisting. Unfortunately back in 2013 I obtained a misdemeanor petit theft charge on my criminal record. Is this going to restrict me from finding employment after I receive my certification? I was also loo...
Most likely. You will just need to be prepared to explain the circumstances to your potential employer. Honesty is usually the best policy. You also might want to see if you can get the charge sealed, in which case it would not show up on a background check.See question
On July 21 probation warrant and violation was granted. On August 3 my order terminating probation was ordered. I called clerk, pd office, judge assistant no answers on what happened and why the warrant for vop is still active. What do I do?
You will likely need a lawyer to sort everything out.See question
My Attorney did not advise me that the Prosecutor offered a Plea deal nor did they answer the Plea deal. Now I have no Plea deal and the Prosecutor is upset and will not offer me the Plea deal, now the Prosecutor will only entertain Trial and Jai...
If an attorney failed to relay a plea offer that you would have accepted, you can file a motion alleging ineffective assistance of counsel and ask the court to enforce the plea offer that was not relayed.See question
I was caught shoplifting in publix, 15$ value. What will happen?
If the police responded and gave you a notice to appear or arrested you, then yes, criminal charges will follow. If you were released, there is a decent chance they let you go. As for jail, it is an unlikely result for a first time offender. I would hire an attorney if I were you.See question
I was charged with possession with intent of Marijuana almost 11 yrs ago. I was put on probation and violated via a technical (dirty ua), wound up serving 9 mnths in a county jail for it so i could get the withheld via the judges recommendation.
If the judge continued your Withhold of Adjudication after your violation of probation, then you are not considered a convicted felon. However, you would need to get a copy of your sentencing paperwork from the violation of probation to determine whether the judge continued to withhold adjudication after the violation.See question