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12 Laws of Christmas – Day 4 Gun Trust $100 off

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The Law Office of David M. Goldman has decided to do 12 great specials for our new and existing clients.

12 Laws of Christmas – Day 2 Foreclosure Defense Pay 2 Months get one Free

This special is for any new or existing Foreclosure Defense clients and can offer you a substantial discount and save you a substantial amount of money. While we understand that not everyone will be able to take advantage of the offer, for those of you who can it should be considered. If you pay for 2 months of Foreclosure Defense we will give you a credit for an additional month at no charge. For more informaiton on Strategic Default or Foreclosure Defense in Florida, please see the target=”_blank”>Florida Foreclosure Defense Lawyers Blog.

The Law Office of David M. Goldman has decided to do 12 great specials for our new and existing clients. Many of the specials will only be valid for the day they are mentioned, but we will honor this special as long as you contact us about it by December 25th and pay for it by the end of the year.

If you or a family member has been accused or are under investigation for a Crime and are looking to hire a Florida Criminal Defense lawyer to represent you, we have an offer that may make it easier to hire an attorney around the end of the year. The Law Office of David M. Goldman is offering to reduce any new retainer by $500 for representation for a felony or misdemeanor crime. For more information, you may review the Jacksonville Criminal Defense Lawyers Blog.

The Law Office of David M. Goldman has decided to do 12 great specials for our new and existing clients. Many of the specials will only be valid for the day they are mentioned, but we will honor this special as long as you contact us about it by December 25th and pay for it by the end of the year.

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12 Laws of Christmas – Day 1 Create a Will for $25

Have you been in need of a Florida Will or have a family member that is in need of a new Will? Have you considered using an online service but been afraid of what you might create or what mistakes you may make? Now, you can have a lawyer create a will for only $25. This is not a will that you would find at staples or in a form book, but a fully customizable will based on your needs and desires.

The Law Office of David M. Goldman has decided to do 12 great specials for our new and existing clients. Most of the specials will only be valid for the day they are mentioned, but we will honor this special as long as you contact us about it by December 25th and pay for it by the end of the year.

When you enter a guilty plea in Florida, you are waiving certain rights. The same is true when you plea no contest or nolo contendere. Under Rule 3.172(c) of the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, a you are waiving the following rights:

  1. the right to a trial by jury;
  2. the right to an attorney at trial;

If you are charged with a crime in Jacksonville, Florida, you may decide to enter into a plea deal with the Jacksonville state attorney. If that is the case, you will be entering a plea of guilty or no contest to a Jacksonville crime. Before doing so, you should understand that you are waiving a variety or rights. Many people believe that they will not have a criminal record if they plea no contest. This is not true. Regardless of whether you enter a plea of guilty or no contest, you criminal record will still reflect the crime. When you enter a plea of guilty in Jacksonville, you are telling the court that you are guilty of the offense. When you enter a plea of no contest, you are telling the court that it is in your best interest to accept the plea deal, but you are not admitting guilt. This has no affect on your criminal record.

In some cases, it maybe advisable for you to enter a plea of no contest instead of a plea of guilty to the Jacksonville criminal charge, because of possible civil liability that may be involved. Before entering a plea to a Jacksonville crime, you should contact a Jacksonville Criminal Lawyer.

When a Jacksonville criminal defendant is charged with a crime, he or she can plea one of three ways. He or she may enter a plea of not guilty, guilty, or no contest (nolo contendere). A “not guilty” plea will cause the case to move forward, and in some cases, the case will go to trial. If the Jacksonville criminal defendant enters a plea of guilty or no contest, he or she will usually do so pursuant to a plea agreement with the Duval County State Attorney’s Office. If the Jacksonville criminal defendant and the Duval County State Attorney’s Office do not reach a plea deal, then the defendant may choose to plea guilty or no contest and go strait to a sentencing hearing before the judge.

It is important for the Jacksonville criminal defendant to discuss all the possible avenues that he or she may take in the case. He or she should understand the differences between entering a plea of guilty, not guilty, and no contest and the possible outcomes for each. Therefore, he or she should discuss the Jacksonville criminal case with a Jacksonville Criminal Attorney.

Read also, “What is the difference between entering a plea of guilty or a plea of no contest in Jacksonville?”

In St. Johns County, Florida, three juveniles were arrested for burglary to a house in Fruit Cove, Florida. Jordan Michael Golden (16) and Cameron Matthew Straughn (15) were arrested for armed burglary to a dwelling, dealing in stolen property and grand theft. Another juvenile criminal defendant, Gavin Michael Loftus has been charged with Florida dealing in stolen property and obstruction by giving false information to a law enforcement officer in St. Johns County, Florida. (See Three Fruit Cove Teens Arrested in Connection with Burglary in the First Coast News for entire article and pictures).

The charges are all felonies and extremely serious crimes. No only are these Fruit Cove Juveniles looking at possible incarceration, but they charges could haunt them in the future. With a future ahead of them, it is important that they make the right decisions in their cases. They should certainly have separate representation due to the potential conflict of interest with these St. Johns County juvenile defendants. When co-defendants are arrested, they often turn against one another. It is important that each Clay County criminal defendant has his own Clay County Criminal Lawyer, so an attorney is looking out for the individual’s best interest.

Over the past several years the Law Office of David M. Goldman has expanded into several additional practice areas. As these practice areas grown we have been adding staff and creating more informational blogs to help consumers and our clients understand some of the common legal issues. May of our current readers do not realize that we cover these additional practice areas so I wanted to take a moment to update you with them:

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As a Jacksonville Criminal Defense Attorney, I have had clients that entered guilty pleas or pleas of no contest when they were not represented by an attorney. Usually, this happens in first appearance court at their Jacksonville bond hearings in the Duval County jail. The Jacksonville criminal defendant does not understand his or her rights and enters the plea without understanding the consequences. If this occurs, the Jacksonville criminal defendant may withdraw his or her plea, but this must be done within thirty (30) days of the sentence being entered pursuant to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.170(l).

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