I'm trying to get this case resolved by a specific date and wondering if anyone has any experience with these simple cases and how long it generally took them to file, settle with state attorney, and have the case dismissed or otherwise.
Based on the information you have provided, a good attorney could probably get the case resolved within a month. (Please note, I said a good attorney, not a cheap attorney.)See question
I made a U-turn in an intersection in Orlando. There no cars at the time I made the U-turn but when I was going to do the same thing the next day, there was heavy traffic and i got the chance to see the sign. The problem is that the sign is facing...
It is a defense to the infractions that the the signs were not displayed properly. Take pictures of the signs to show how they were positioned should you be ticketed.See question
The local mall has put up signs declaring that they will ask anyone to leave who is playing the new pokemon Go game on their cellphones. Can a public mall do that?
Yes, any business can refuse to serve someone so long as the reason is not based on race, gender, or religion.See question
This way you can make a more informed decision whether to use that attorney or not.
Some county's clerk of courts provide for means of searching for an attorney's assigned case. You would then have to look at each individual disposition.
Other attorneys post their results on their website. Most only cherry pick the results they post on their website. I personally post all results on my website, but as far as I know, I am the only attorney in Florida that does so.See question
i havent had points assessed to my license since july of last year but they caught up with me. I have been filing motions left and right and spending way too much money on attorneys that dont seem to care. i need help
Unfortunately, sometimes attorneys can't solve all your problems.See question
Can you pay money to not go to prison or jail?how much money would it be for a case unlawful sexual activity with a minor?
No, for a charge like this, you would not be able to avoid prison by paying the fine. If you have money to burn, I would suggest retaining the best attorney you can afford. It will result in the best resolution for your case.See question
So I was walking home the other day and I was staying off the road and in the parking area walking as it was late at night and drunk drivers I'm sure were out. But 2 police cars pulled up and ended up telling me I was trespassing. I said how so? I...
Unfortunately, municipalities can regulate the time people can be present in them. However, since Baldwin Park sits in the middle of a neighborhood and there are few signs regarding the times it is open, a good attorney could probably beat the charge someway even though you are technically guilty.See question
The Florida charge was 847.0135 (3) .. the use of a computer or internet device in an attempt to seduce a child to commit an illegal sex act. He was convicted in FL, then through the ICA, sent to SC, where he is on the same social media site that ...
In Florida, a person on sex offender probation is allowed to use the internet pursuant to pre-approval from their probation officer. If they are not on probation, there is no law that prevents them from accessing any internet site.See question
I was involved in an accident in which I was found at fault for failure to obey a traffic control device since I ran a read light causing serious bodily injury to myself. My ticket said no court appearance but when I attempted to pay it they said ...
Several civil infractions require mandatory hearings even if law enforcement indicate otherwise. But to answer your question, I would highly recommend you hire a traffic ticket attorney. They are usually around $100-150 and are worth every penny.See question
In 2014 my ex called the cops saying that I was stalking him, we had not been together in 2 years, when the officer came out, he told them about things that happen during our relationship long story short they use all the times he called the cops ...
If it has truly been two years, you likely have a defense based upon the statute of limitations. As for serving you, there are two issues to consider. (1) If you do not let them serve you, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. (2) You may want to put off letting them serve you to make sure you are served outside the two year statute of limitations. But this will require you to hire an attorney to make sure it is done correctly.See question