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BATFE agents approached me at my house to inform me that a guy I have privately sold a few handguns to has been trying to smuggle the guns into Puerto Rico. They took a recorded statement after telling me not to hire a lawyer. They said I've been ...
Yes, you need an attorney. These federal agents do not have your best interest in mind. They are trying to solve their case and law enforcement are legally allowed to lie to civilians to get them to cooperate. You need an attorney who will work for you and ensure that your legal interests are protected and that you don't do anything to put yourself in an even worse situation. Hire an attorney immediately!See question
My name is Rose Walton, I am asking this question in regards to my son. His probation will be up on Jan. 13, 2014, but he still owes $3000 in fees, his probation officer told him that he will be violated if he doesn't pay the remaining Balance by ...
Mr. Haber gave you a very thorough answer to your question. Yes, your son could be violated as he isn't in compliance with the terms of his probation. However, your son will have the opportunity to be heard and the Judge has to find that your son willfully and substantially violated his probation by a preponderance of the evidence in order for the violation to be upheld.See question
The state law says that a two year time limit exists on appeal filings. Does this apply to plea deals?
Yes it applies to plea deals. Typically the 2 year time limit means 2 years from date the judgment and sentence is recorded, whether that be through trial, a plea agreement or an open plea.See question
8 years ago I was charged with child abuse I pleaded no contest and I was given 5 years probation and adjudication I've guilted was withheld I ended up getting off of probation 2 years early.I was informed that it will not appear as a conviction o...
If this charge ties into some pattern that shows you are an unfit or less fit parent, then expect the opposing party or counsel will bring this up in court.See question
Married with 5 children. Married for 18 years. Husband wants divorce, I do not.
Yes, you will have to move the court to order counseling. If the Judge grants your motion, then you and your husband will have to go to counseling. If your husband still wants a divorce though, he will be able to move forward, because Florida, as some of the other attorneys mentioned, is a no fault state.See question
in Jan 2012. His father relocated over 50 miles away, without permission, soon after our divorce. His father and I agreed that we would each claim our son on taxes every other year but our son lives with me full time....his father pays child supp...
You are bound by this agreement, but it sounds like you have some good arguments to file a Petition to Modify your agreement. You should meet with an attorney asap in order to discuss your case. If you can't afford one, you may want to consider at least getting some starting the process and drafting the appropriate documents. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Affordable-Florida-Attorney-Drafted-Divorce-and-Family-Pleading/290077957803889See question
My divorce has been ongoing for a year now. My last status hearing was May 23rd, in which the judge wanted to set the trial for July 24th, but that date was still up in the air due to my wife's attorney being unsure of whether he could make time ...
You should definitely hire an attorney as soon as possible, especially if your wife is represented. You need to move for a continuance ASAP. If you can't afford an attorney, you may want to consider at least getting some help drafting your financial affidavit. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Affordable-Florida-Attorney-Drafted-Divorce-and-Family-Pleading/290077957803889See question
I'm 29 years old lawful alien, been here for 5 years. I'm a housewife with no income what so ever, my job is taken care of the house.. helping him in his work, build his websites..he never give me any money. We don't have any kid. We have pre-marr...
The other attorneys are correct. You both can't be represented by the same attorney, this is an inherent conflict of interest. Please hire your own attorney. If you can't afford one, you may want to consider at least getting some assistance drafting documents. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Affordable-Florida-Attorney-Drafted-Divorce-and-Family-Pleading/290077957803889See question
Unfortunately my salary is so low that we are forced to still share our home. I am finding it difficult to accurately fill out form 902.b as it asks for my individual income and expenses. What can I do in this case?
Just make sure to include the expenses that you are actually paying. Contact an attorney to assist you with not only this, but your entire case. If you can't afford one, you may want to consider at least getting some help drafting your financial affidavit. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Affordable-Florida-Attorney-Drafted-Divorce-and-Family-Pleading/290077957803889See question
It's hard to get a job with the charges so the fees are backed. what can we do
You may be able to get your monthly probation fees waived. You should contact the attorney who represented you or hire an attorney to assist you with this.See question