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What rights do I have if stopped and pulled over?

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If you’re stopped or pulled over by a police officer, you may have many questions regarding what your rights are during the course of that interaction. The first piece of advice that we always give clients at the O’Mara Law Group is be respectful. An officer approaching your car can make you nervous. Always… Read More »

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Will I find out what evidence the state has against me?

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So, in Florida, if you have been arrested for a criminal offense, Florida is what’s called an open discovery state. What that means to you is that you will get every single piece of evidence that the state has that they believe is evidence of a crime that you have committed. Here in Florida,… Read More »

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Once my criminal case is resolved, can my record be sealed?

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So, in Florida, some cases can be sealed once they’re resolved and some cases cannot be sealed. There’s a couple of factors that go into deciding whether your case can be sealed or not. The first thing that you wanna look at is the charge. Certain charges in Florida can never be sealed. It… Read More »

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Do I have to talk to police?

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If you are approached by a police officer, there’s many different ways that they can approach you. If you are stopped or pulled over by a police officer, there is some information that they are entitled to; again, generally, your license, maybe your registration. At the O’Mara Law Group, we suggest that you get… Read More »

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What is going to happen with my retirement savings if I get divorced?

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When you get married, any money that goes into your retirement is a marital asset. And so even though you are the one earning it and your spouse may not be the one earning it, because you are actively earning that contribution during the marriage, it is a marital asset. So when you file… Read More »

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When I am going thru a divorce do I have to move out of my house?

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When you’re going through a divorce, you don’t necessarily have to move out of your house right away. You aren’t going to lose it right away. You can request exclusive use and possession of it during the term of the divorce, but that house is a marital asset that will ultimately have to be… Read More »

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Am I going to pay alimony the rest of my life?

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The way that alimony works is there are certain terms of marriages that determine how long alimony is going to be paid. If you had a short-term marriage, then you don’t have to necessarily pay alimony for the rest of your life. If you have a long-term marriage, which is 17 years or greater,… Read More »

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My spouse cheated on me, why can’t court the see they are at fault?

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If your spouse cheated on you during the marriage and that ultimately led to you guys coming here to get a divorce, unfortunately, in Florida, it does not matter that they cheated on you because Florida is a no-fault divorce state. That means that the judge is not going to look at anything that… Read More »

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Rights for Self-Defense?

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Self-defense is pretty easy in one sense, and it’s been around literally for centuries. You have a right to protect yourself. If I come at you with what you perceive to be deadly force, then you’re allowed to use deadly force against me. People think that somehow these stand your ground statute, as they’re… Read More »

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What are some of the Internet crimes?

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When a client calls us because they’ve been charged with an internet crime, normally that might be possession of some type of inappropriate pornography. Here’s what we do as O’Mara Law Group. The first thing is to literally stop everything that’s happened. If they haven’t already taken the computers, we need to get copies… Read More »

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