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The purpose of bail is to insure the defendant’s presence at scheduled court appearances. Each and every individual has a right to bail, unless the individual is charged with a capital crime (all felonies that carries a maximum sentence of either life imprisonment or death) or facing a violation of probation.
Your attorney and the State of Florida may negotiate a plea in a negotiated plea agreement. However, even if the State and Defense Attorney have negotiated a plea agreement, the Judge is not required to accept the negotiated plea agreement.
Florida is an open discovery state, both the State of Florida and the defense have to make a full and complete disclosure of witnesses and evidence intended to be used at trial.
In most cases, a defendant will be brought to trial within 90 days of his or her arrest if the crime is a misdemeanor, and within 175 days of arrest if the crime charged was a felony. The accused can always waive their right to speedy trial so that the accused can prepare a defense to their case.
Yes, if the case presents facts that warrant a motion to suppress physical evidence. If the facts constitute the filing of a motion to suppress, the fruits of unreasonable searches and seizures, whether from encounters on the streets or search warrants, can be subject to suppression.
All cases are assigned to a specific Lake City or Miami personal injury lawyer in the office. Each lawyer has a secretary, paralegal, and a working investigator. Any questions that you may have can be answered by the secretary or lawyer responsible for handling your case. Notwithstanding that you have a specific personal injury lawyer handling your case, all of the lawyers meet for strategy on your case and a consensus is reached. Understand that the firm is highly experienced in complex litigation matters and is committed to the vigorous representation of all of our clients.