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Recent Posts in Plea Category

What is an arraignment for a criminal case in Florida?

An arraignment is a court date where the state (prosecutor) informs you of what they are charging you with. In some cases (particularly in misdemeanor cases) the state will make a plea offer. If you ...
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What's the difference between PTI (pre-trial intervention) and Probation?

Many people become confused about the difference between probation and pre-trial intervention (PTI). Both are "resolutions" to a criminal case. While there are some similarities, there are ...
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Should I Turn Myself in on a Warrant in Sarasota/Manatee?

Let's face it, no one wants to go to jail. If you know you have a pending warrant for your arrest, however, biting the bullet and turnig yourself in can be advantageous. One benefit is that you ...
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What effect does pleaing guilty or no contest have on a civil suit?

While criminal and civil court are very different areas of law, sometimes they do crossover with one another. Many times when a battery or DUI with property damage occurs, there will be an ...
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How can the state go forward with no evidence?

Many times we talk to people who are concerned that the state is going forward with charges against them or a family member with no evidence. A typical scenario is that a witness and/or victim is ...
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What is an open or straight up plea in Florida?

In Sarasota, a defendant facing criminal charges generally has several options. The first, and most common, is to accept the plea offer that the State (prosecutor) makes. If you have hired an ...
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