If you’ve recently been arrested for a minor offense, you know how hard it is to get a criminal record removed. In fact, it can be quite difficult to get a felony off your record. But, we’re here to help.
So we got our first felony removed. A Florida police officer, who was allegedly drunk while he stopped a man driving a car who wasn’t even speeding. His excuse? He thought he had pulled over a speeding car. In reality, he had pulled over our hero.
The Florida police department has been notorious for using excessive force and arresting a lot of innocent people. It also has a pretty bad record for pursuing and arresting people who shouldnt be in jail or who have a criminal record. In one case, two people were arrested for “unlawful possession of marijuana” but their actual arrests were for “resisting arrest.
I didn’t realize that Florida had a law prohibiting the police from arresting anyone for a DUI if they werent even speeding. I’m surprised that the cops didn’t just send him to jail.
This is a great example of how a minor offense can result in a felony conviction. A year ago, I was pulled over and arrested for speeding. I was under the influence of a substance. Im not sure what the charge was because it doesnt matter. They put me in handcuffs and took me to the police station. They wrote a ticket for speeding and then arrested me for the DUI. I was never charged with any crime. The whole thing was all a big misunderstanding.
The police are not a bad thing. They just don’t like to do something that they don’t like.
I don’t think that’s what happens when someone gets into the act. I think the main reason is that they are not getting the information they want. They don’t want to know how things are going. Instead, they want the information they want. They want to get it. This is what makes a person a good man is a good man who gets things done.
Yes, that is exactly what happens. This is why I believe most people who get into the act end up locked up for a long time. No one wants to be the person who gets caught and ends up in jail. Not for being a bad person. There is a fine line between getting information and getting someone in trouble.
The people who get caught for this are in for a long sentence. Not because they are bad people per se. The people who get caught are often arrested for felonies. For example, last year on the same island, a female journalist was arrested for a DUI that was a felony. And she was in jail for 2 years. But it’s not for being a “bad guy” or for anything else. It’s for this specific felony.
The police department has a list of felonies that can be included in the record of an arrest. Some can be completely removed, some can be completely eliminated, and some cannot be removed. There are even specific felony sets that have very specific requirements for removal. For example, in one specific felony set, there are specific conditions that must be satisfied for removal. A felony that can be removed can be anything from a misdemeanor to a felony.