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In March my then boyfriend and I got into a fight that I blew out of proportion and made some false allegations in a statement that I wrote. There was a detective involved months later trying to investigate the case and I told the truth about the ...
It sounds like your ex needs a good attorney to try and resolve this matter asap. With regards to you saying you made some false allegations to the police, this is not a forum you should be saying that in. Making false statements to a police officer is a crime, so be careful what you say online.
That being said, if the crime your ex is being charged with is solely based on an act he committed against you and there were no other witnesses. You will be a key part of the states case
They can subpoena you to testify, however, they don't particularly like to force a victim to testify against their will. They can, but this may be able to be avoided if he has an experienced attorney who deals with the type of case your ex is charged with.
If you serious want to help your ex and you have the financial resources to help him, get him an experienced criminal attorney. Nobody deserves to be convicted of a crime they did not commit.
I was arrested for DUI, blew on site, and was arrested. I was not asked to blow again at the station and prior to the breath test when I was arrested I very obviously belched but was still given the test. Is there ANYWAY to prove any of this or he...
From the facts you stated above there were several errors that occurred that can be attcked in a motion to suppress. You need to do your research and contact an EXPERIENCED DUI attorney.See question
After dca affirmed per curiam does the appellant still have a chance of a better outcome first the dockets said affirmed per curiam and a month later motion to correct sentence was filed is this good?
If the PCA, which stands for Per Curiam Affirmed, was from the Appellants direct appeal, then the next viable option is a motion pursuant to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.850. Within this motion a defendant can attack his judgment and sentence by alleging Constitutional violations. The most common claim alleged is ineffective assistance of trial counsel. This motion has many procedures that must be filed, and each claim raised has prongs that must be met. Failure to follow the procedures or pleading requirements can result in the motion being dismissed or even worse, denied.
I strongly suggest for the defendant to hire an attorney to represent him in a Rule 3.850 motion, as it is a very complex motion to prepare when done properly. Furthermore, the defendant only gets one opportunity to have this motion adjudicated on the merits. As such, he must make sure all possible claims are raised or he will be procedurally barred from raising them in a subsequent motion.
If you have any questions with regards to the motion itself, it would be better for the defendant to consult with an experienced post- conviction attorney so his motion can be reviewed prior to the state responding. Once the state filed a response the defendant is for the most part, locked into the claims he presented, and the motion will not be able to be amended.
Hi there I am Ondie my boyfriend and Have been leaving together for over 7 years two weeks ago we had a n argument and I was mad and nervous so I dialed 911 but then hung up. Then they started calling but I wouldn't pick up. So they showed up to ...
Your boyfriend needs a criminal defense attorney. It would be in his best interests if he was to hire an attorney who deals with these matters asap, before it gets out of hand.See question
I'm on probation and came up positive for cocaine will this be a technical violation or new charge
There is case law that supports the charge of a new offense because you had to possess the cocaine for it test positive in a dirty urine. That being said, there may be a valid defense to a new law violation, if that is what they allege in your affidavit of violation of probation.
I suggest you contact a local experienced criminal defense attorney to go over the facts of your case and arguments you may have in the event a new offfense is alleged.
I was the cause of the accident. I will say in my defence that the accident hurt me and I wasn't aware I hit the car. My prior had property damage and minor bodily injury. I am 24 and have a pregnant fiance and 2 year old son. I fell asleep at the...
You say you have a good defense attorney. If so, this is a question you need to be discussing with your attorney. If you don't have an EXPERIENCED DUI attorney, I suggest you seek one out.See question
Is this illegal? If I were to do this would I have to put a hazmat sticker on it ? I don't want to go to jail or prison as I heard there was a woman who faces prison and a 250,000 fine she didn't use a hazmat sticker. I want to be sure before I d...
Look at 18 USC 1461. A crime under this statute has rarely been charged. Nevertheless, it's a crime to do what you are asking.See question
I have a case from march of 2015 that was adjudicated, I'm trying to get it withheld. The judges assistant told me to do a defendant request form but she said it was denied because by law the judge can't do anything. She told me to consult a lawye...
Based on the date and year the only possible remedy you may have available is a Rule 3.850 motion. That being said, there is a strict 2-year time limitation to file such a motion, if you have a meritorious ground(s) to do so. The 2- year time limitation starts from the day your appeal was denied, or if you didn't take an appeal, it starts thirty days after your sentence was pronounced.
You may be out of time though, as you stated the conviction was from March 2015. I suggest you contact an attorney who has experience with post-conviction matters immediately to review your timeline.
In the process of a divorce, we were still in same house til this, and my current spouse filed a restraining order against me. Am I to file a response in the court prior to hearing stating my case. she is lying about incident, no police were cal...
It would be wise to contact a local attorney on this matter, before things get out of hand. Yes, you have a right to have your version of the facts presented and heard.See question