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I was arrested for 1. TRAFFICKING IN HEROIN >4, <14 GRAMS Statute: 893.135(1)(C) First Degree - Felony, 2. POSS. OF COCAINE W/INTENT TO SELL/DELIVER Statute: 893.13(1)(A) Second Degree - Felony, 3. TRESPASS/PROP. OTHER THAN STRUCT. OR CONV. Statut...
The State can certainly file charges. Based on the facts as you state them, and assuming you made no admissions, you may have some viable defenses. Consult with an experienced lawyer who can review all of the evidence and and advise you based on all of the evidence that the State has.See question
I saw this on the clerks website in a case I'm involved in.
I agree with all of my colleagues. it is a hearing where the Judge nd the lawyers discuss each case on the judge's docket and announce wither they are ready for trial, or need more time to prepare. If both sides are ready, the case is set for trial. If not, then the case will be continued to another docket sounding.See question
Hi everyone! I am posting this question to get some in-sight on what might happen at my boyfriends courtdate. His first arraignment was cancelled and they scheduled this early resolution courtdate. Is it a good change he can come home or be offere...
Early Resolution is an opportunity to try to resolve your case PRIOR to setting the case for trial. Yes, the possibility exists that the State could make an offer of probation or jail time to resolve the case. However, you should consult with a lawyer about the merits of any possible defenses in the case or even whether to accept any ER offers. Evidence will be made available to your lawyer before the ER date so that your lawyer can evaluate your case and make recommendations on accepting an ER offer.See question
They have had consensual sex more than once.
The answer is yes. If law enforcement gets involved, the young man will likely be prosecuted.See question
My boyfriend is on community control and went to the hospital. His officer stopped by while he was gone at the hospital and told him to bring the paperwork when he was discharged, so my boyfriend did. We showed him the proof that he was there, and...
Contact an attorney to discuss the specific circumstances of the violation.See question
last week my public defender said i could resolve my case by pleading no contest and then i would be givin a withold of adjuciation on resisting with violence. he said that it wont be a conviction. I did some research on the internet and it says...
Unfortunately, even though the court withholds adjudication of guilt, you must still register as a convicted felon. The way the statute is written, even a person who receives a withhold does still have to register.See question
The halfway mark would be June 17 so I would want it filed in such a way that it can be heard as soon as possible after June 17 so I can plan summer travel if we succeed. All monies are paid up now, there are no stipulations against early term in ...
Generally, your attorney would probably want to have everything completed, including your community service hours before filing the motion. Get it done and advise your lawyer.See question
i heard that if your case was dismissed that it will automotically be destroyed after 10 years? is that true?
No. Although your case was dismissed. There is still an arrest record and a court file. A petiton to Seal?expunge needs to be filed.See question
She was released on Community Supervision with the express order to have no contact with co-defendant. She took his phone calls, and she is now back in jail, bond has been revoked. There was an early resolution hearing that was cancelled. Now ther...
There are many factors that are likely to have an impact on your daughter's case. Her prior record or lack of it, her role in the fraud scheme, etc. Consult with a lawyer about the specifics of her case. Only after evaluating the specific facts of her case, and negotiating with the prosecutor can a reasonable resolution possibly be reached. The community supervision officer (PO?) does not make recommendations on sentencing.See question
My juvenile felonies consisted of possession of cannabis and possession of a concealed weapon when I was 15-16 years old and as an adult I have only been convicted of DUI when I was 22 years old. I am now 24 years old.
The DUI would not have any effect on your possessing a firearm. IF you were adjudicated as a delinquent, and that crime would be a felony as an adult, , it would be a crime to own/possess a firearm if you were under age 24.
See Florida statute 790.23:
(1) It is unlawful for any person to own or to have in his or her care, custody, possession, or control any firearm, ammunition, or electric weapon or device, or to carry a concealed weapon, including a tear gas gun or chemical weapon or device, if that person has been:
(a) Convicted of a felony in the courts of this state;
(b) Found, in the courts of this state, to have committed a delinquent act that would be a felony if committed by an adult and such person is under 24 years of age;
(c) Convicted of or found to have committed a crime against the United States which is designated as a felony;
(d) Found to have committed a delinquent act in another state, territory, or country that would be a felony if committed by an adult and which was punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding 1 year and such person is under 24 years of age; or
(e) Found guilty of an offense that is a felony in another state, territory, or country and which was punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding 1 year.
(2) This section shall not apply to a person convicted of a felony whose civil rights and firearm authority have been restored.
(3) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (4), any person who violates this section commits a felony of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 874.04, if the offense described in subsection (1) has been committed by a person who has previously qualified or currently qualifies for the penalty enhancements provided for in s. 874.04, the offense is a felony of the first degree, punishable by a term of years not exceeding life or as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
ss. 1, 2, 3, ch. 29766, 1955; s. 1, ch. 63-31; s. 9, ch.See question