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Best Saint Lucie Criminal Attorney
Understanding the Intricacies of Criminal Law Navigating the complex world of criminal law can be daunting. Terms like “acquittal” and “not guilty verdict” are frequently used interchangeably by the public, often leading to confusion about their actual meanings. At The Law Office of Kirschner & McEnery, LLC, we take pride in being your go-to source...
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Florida Speedy Trial
If you are charged with a crime, you have a right to a speedy trial under both the U.S. Constitution and Florida law. This means that your trial must occur within a specified time from the date of your arrest unless you waive your speedy trial rights. If you are facing criminal charges, here’s some...
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Police at my door
A Guide from Your Trusted Saint Lucie Criminal Lawyer When you’re in the comfort of your own home, an unexpected knock at the door from a police officer can be a stressful event. Understanding your rights and the possible reasons behind such a visit is essential for staying calm and making the right decisions. The...
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right to remain silent
You Have the Right to Remain Silent If you are pulled over or stopped by the police, your first inclination might be to answer anything you are asked and try to talk your way out of being arrested. However, it is rarely a good idea to talk to the police when you are being investigated...
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Saint Lucie Injunction Lawyer
Legal Help from a Saint Lucie Injunction Lawyer On February 20, 2023 the Indian River County Circuit Court dismissed an Injunction issued against KMLCLaw client, A.S., a twenty-three year old female and recent college graduate.  The injunction was issued only seventeen (17) days before it was stricken by the Court. H.K. filed a Petition for...
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A Saint Lucie County man, T.M., was charged with domestic battery, a first-degree misdemeanor per Ch. 784.03, Fla. Stat., and punishable by up to one (1) year in the county jail. A neighbor had called the police after hearing a disturbance. When law enforcement arrived, the man’s girlfriend told the police that T.M. had gotten...
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A Saint Lucie County man with significant criminal history, A.A, was accused by the mother of his child, of battery. She was pregnant at the time and as a result A.A. was charged with Aggravated Battery of a Pregnant Person second degree felony per Ch. 784.045, Fla. Stat. punishable by up to fifteen (15) years...
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A Saint Lucie County man, A.R., was stabbed with a screwdriver in the head and stomach and ended up being charged with Battery on an Elderly Person and Battery. A.R. had gone to meet his ex-girlfriend at her father’s house to pick-up the keys to his apartment that she had taken. When he showed up,...
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A young Saint Lucie County nurse was charged with Battery, a first degree misdemeanor per Ch. 784.03, Fla. Stat., punishable by up to one (1) year in the county jail. She was wrongfully charged based on the testimony of her husband’s child’s mother. The mother of her husband’s child, J.T., claimed that during a child...
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A. M. (Trial Verdict/ Sex. Bat on child/Not Guilty/3 counts) Arguably the most serious battery charge in Florida is an allegation of sexual battery on a child who is less than twelve (12) years old.  There is only one (1) possible sentence:  Life in prison with a a minimum mandatory sentence of twenty-five (25) years. Such...
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