No ConvictionDUI Accident / Boca / Reduced to Reckless Driving
Invalidated at DMV HearingDUI Accident Refusal Suspension
Dismissed2nd DUI / Palm Beach / All Evidence Suppressed Unlawful Detention
Dismissed2nd DUI / Broward / All Evidence Suppressed Unlawful Detention
Client Found Not GuiltyCriminal Mischief / Broward
No Suspension / No PointsSpeeding 126 MPH in a 45
DismissedWife Accused of Domestic Violence Boca
Settled for 10K Policy LimitsAuto Accident/Zero Property Damage

Common Criminal Terms

Statute of Limitations – a limit on the time in which the State can bring charges following the occurrence of an alleged crime.

No File – State dismisses the case prior to filing an Information

Nolle Prosse – State dismisses the case at any time after the filing of an Information

Speedy trial – the right of a citizen to be brought to Trial within a certain period of time following an arrest or the filing of an Information

Felonies = 175 days
Misdemeanors = 90 days

No Contest Plea – a formal declaration by the accused that he will not contest or defend a pending criminal charge and authorizing the Court to enter a judgment and sentence. Such a plea can be entered and presented to the Judge as part of a negotiated plea with the State or can be presented to the Judge without the blessing of the State.

Withheld Adjudication – a criminal sentence imposed by a Judge that does not involve a conviction but still involves punishment.

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