My friend was pulled over and his license was suspended, he had a warrant for child support. So they arrested him, the charges he is facing is 3 degree felony. What are possible scenarios that could happen when he goes to trail?
He could be charged with a third degree Felony or the prosecutor could amend and reduce the charge as the suspension is Financially related.
Your friend needs to speak with an attorney who can help him navigate this issue.See question
I'm 17 and my girlfriend is 15. her mom has said that I may not ever see her but I do at school all the time and we have dinner after work sometimes( her mom doesn't know) anyway it has gone on for a couple months now and I got tired of it so I te...
You could be accused of harassing/cyberstalking her, so I would be very very cautious. Now, they have to establish that there is a threat and you are contacting her without a valid reason, but that is still something you need to watch out for.
It would be in your best interest to consult with an attorney who can explain the laws, evidence required, and the possible outcomes with you.See question
My fiance and I had a verbal disagreement that led to me calling the cops. I never stated that I wanted to press charges or get a restraining order but the cop went ahead with it and changed around what I said. I never wrote a statement or anythin...
It's a whole lot easier to get the State involved in your business than it is to get them out of it. You need to contact his attorney, whether it be one he's retained or one that's been appointed to write out and file a Declination of Prosecution Affidavit. You can also try contacting the State Attorney's office directly to voice your desire for the outcome of this case.
You absolutely cannot have any contact with him until a JUDGE issues an ORDER modifying and allowing Contact or he can be arrested and charged with an additional crime.See question
If somebody is trying to kidnap or steal something from another person in front of me, and I have a gun, will I be charged for murder if I shoot the "bad guy" to death?
Justifiable use of deadly force is a very fact specific defense. You could still be charged with a crime, the bigger question is going to be whether or not you have a lawful, justifiable, defense.
The Florida Jury Instruction on Justifiable Use of Deadly Force may be your best bet to answer this hypothetical question: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/jury_instructions/chapters/chapter3/p1c3s3.6.f.rtfSee question
I entered a no contest plea to a third degree felony charge and adjudication was withheld in 2012 after I successfully completed the terms of my probation. I am now in the process of looking for a new job and a verbal offer was made. I just comp...
You answered correctly as you were not convicted. However, if the application asks about any cases, you must be truthful about your arrests and those cases as they will appear in a background check.
Your case may be eligible to be sealed or expunged. If you are eligible and your case is eligible, you can avoid a lot of employer inquiries by completing that process.See question
My girlfriend got arrested for a dui but hasn't gone to trial yet. She will be receiving probation. I just got a job offer in Texas, which is were she is from and we want to move there. Texas probation is a little more strict than Florida. Wil...
It will depend on whether she will be on reporting or non-reporting probation. She will need to seek the permission of the court to move out of state and be able to report remotely. Some counties will allow an individual to report by phone or mail after the first meeting. Unless there is an agreement for her to be able to have a supervising probation officer in Texas, for instance with a Felony case, the mail/phone in probation is the most likely arrangement.
She will need to finish all of her requirements (as quickly as possible), otherwise she can still be violated. If she does violate probation, the violation proceedings will follow FL law. She should consult with an/her attorney about these specific questions as soon as possible.See question
I was recently perusing through Orange County Florida Search Court Records for my history on traffic violations. My first violation was for an arrest for DUI back in June of 1979, paid a fine and went to traffic school. My most recent driving rec...
Contact the Clerk of Courts for the County your case took place. Often it is just an administrative oversight that leaves the status as Pending as opposed to Closed.See question
I called the cops on my boyfriend and he got charged with domestic violence and false imprisonment and i didnt press charges on him.... he now has visitation right. The officer said were not allowd to have any contact does that means after he gets...
You can't have any contact until either the Case itself is dismissed and formally closed, or a Judge issues an Order saying you are allowed to have contact with him.See question
They said they found less than 20 grams of weed in purse i dont smoke weed was stop just got a van had not restered it yet
If you were handcuffed and "arrested" at the scene but released, they have 90 days. However, the Statute of Limitations for this type of offense is 2 years.See question
My mother was in an accident. She was drinking at the time, but no charges were filed. They took her blood at the hospital. I'm trying to convince her to get an attorney just in case. Can anyone in the area give advice/free consultation? Thanks.
If the Officer suspects DUI, often they will obtain the results of any blood drawn at the hospital and turn the information over to the State Attorney's Office for prosecution down the road. She should schedule at least a consultation in the event charges are filed.See question