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Bill DiRenzo

Failing to Appear in Court After You Have Received a Summons, Ticket or Other Court-Ordered Request Could Lead to The Issuance of A Bench Warrant for Your Arrest

Failing to appear in court after you have received a summons, ticket or other court-ordered request could lead to the issuance of a bench warrant for your arrest. Similarly, if you have been charged with a misdemeanor, felony, or you have violated the terms of your parole, a judge may issue a bench warrant authorizing your arrest.
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Bill DiRenzo

Does Domestic Violence Result in Misdemeanor or Felony Charges in Florida?

Florida courts take domestic violence seriously, but that does not mean you will automatically face felony charges if a family member has accused you of a crime involving domestic violence. A variety of factors ultimately determines whether domestic violence accusations will result in misdemeanor or felony charges.
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Bill DiRenzo

A Motion to Recuse the Judge Assigned and Having Jurisdiction Over a Criminal Matter Must Sufficiently Alleged Facts Tending to Establish that Said Judge Is Predisposed Toward the State and Against the Defense

A motion to recuse the judge assigned and having jurisdiction over a criminal matter must sufficiently alleged facts tending to establish that said judge is predisposed toward the state and against the defense. Many lawyers have a problem with the filing of motions to recuse due to the fact that they require local criminal defense lawyers to state publicly and on the record that the presider is incapable of being fair and impartial.
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