I am due to end probation in just over two months which leaves me with no time to get the $ 7900 paid off . I have been to every probation visit and had no type of issues for the last four years while on probation . My charge was felony Grand T...
It depends on the reason that you have not paid the cost/fees/restitution- It appears that if it is a 3f GT, then you will be out of time and can not get your probation extended.
To find you in violation of probation for failure to pay cost/ fees/ and restitution, the State will have to proof that your not paying was "willful." If you have been making every effort possible, then you may be able to have the outstanding costs assessed as a lien. You need to try to pay as much as possible in the next 2 months. It appears to me that if you are in this position, you can not afford private counsel. If this is the case, you need to work diligently with your public defender to go over the likelihood of you being found to have willfully violated your probation.
Good luck to you.See question
What is the worst that could have, I have 1 prior of 3rd Degree Grand Theft in the state of Florida, 18 months probation served plead no contest with adjudication withheld, what will happen now? What is the best case scenario and what is the worst?
Agree- worst is prison, best is reinstatement or revoke and terminate. It depends on what the violation is- a new charge, travel out of county, break other rules of probation? Your question really can not be answered without looking at the vop report and plea form.You need to get a criminal defense attorney on it as soon as possible.See question
Approximately how long do we have until we have to move out of our home if we are in foreclosure, and if we have an attorney. (And this is after the Lis Pendens) We do not want to keep our house, but just need time to save up to move. Thanks in...
I agree with my colleague. The answer depends on so many things- the lender- the servicer- the plaintiff's firm.. As well as the attachments to the complaint and the owner of your Note. Hiring an attorney that is familiar with Foreclosure Defense will allow you to keep your thumb on the pulse of the litigation and have an idea of what is going on, as well as give you more opportunity to attack the deficiencies that may be present in the plaintiff's case. I practice in New Port Richey. Call my office for more information if you would like.See question
I was drinking with my neighbor and a friend at my home, in my garage when my neighbor cut his hand open. We couldn't stop the bleeding so I drove him to the hospital which is where I stayed parked once I arrived. I do have a dui from NJ that ha...
First, do not post any more about the arrest on this public forum. You bring up some decent points to attempt to negotiate a reduction in your charge. I prosecuted DUI in West Pasco County and now defend them. You need to hire an attorney to go through the arrest report and discovery, then negotiate. This is a case where hiring private counsel can help you. Feel free to call my office for more information if you'd like.
Best of luck,
What are the possible penalties being charged. This would be a 3rd DUI but my first one was over 18 years ago when I had no counsel and plead no contest. My 2nd DUI I had counsel back 7 years ago where I was ajudicated guilty. Could this mean t...
I agree with Mr. Katz, except that you already indicated that it is being charged as a misdemeanor. So, now you need to look at the charging document, (information) to determine how exactly they are charging it, you also have an elevated blow, so it appears that you need to begin mitigating with an attorney as soon as possible.
Get a lawyer to negotiate the plea or try to get you into a diversion program, if you qualify.See question
I AM CONFUSED BECAUSE I AM ACTIVELY WORKING WITH BANK TO GET MY HOMELOAN MODIFIED BECAUSE OF MY HIGH MORTGAGE PAYMENTS. I WANT TO KEEP MY HOME BUT MY PAYMENTS WERE JUST TO HIGH . PLEASE HELP I HAVE 20 DAYS TO RESPOND TO THIS SUMMON AND DONT HAVE T...
Unfortunately, as of right now, the banks are allowed to proceed to foreclosure while negotiation a loan modification. I know the answer you do not want to hear is: Hire an attorney.
Truth is, now that you have had a foreclosure suit filed against you, an attorney can help you successfully enter into a loan modification. The attorney can look at the law suit and determine whether it is legally sufficient, and to attack and use its inadequacies as negotiating tools when it comes to obtaining a loan modification.
If you do not respond to the complaint, the plaintiff will have a default entered against you and will most likely have a smooth sailing to a foreclosure sale. You can respond on your own, but you could potentially be waiving defenses available to you.
Many times consumers save money by hiring attorneys to fight for them, you should at least speak to one. Most offer free consultations.
Best of luck.
My son was released from prison in April 2012. On Jan 9 he was arrested & is being charged with 3 felonies. He is not guilty but we cannot affors an attorney for him. Can someone please help us??
An attorney from the Public Defender's Office will represent your son. Appreciate the representation, make sure your son communicates with and cooperates with the attorney to receive the best results.See question
I have pending grand theft charges on me. I have already bonded out of jail and I have my second pre-trial hearing in March. I am having a real tough time finding work but have a great oppurtunity in Utah. Would I be able to move?
You should try to take care of the charges first. There are many reasons to. Call my office for more information and I will explain.See question
I was convicted of my first DUI over 17 years ago. My 2nd DUI was over 7 years ago. Now I just got arrested for my 3rd DUI. Will this 3rd DUI be counted as within 10 years of prior conviction or outside of tens years. The penaltie's greatly va...
It will be a third within ten year dui. I recommend hiring a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to help mitigate the penalties. The State may charge this as a felony.