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Adjudication

English Transcript:

What is an adjudication? An “adjudication” is a fancy legal term for a decision by the judge. In a child support context we would say the judge is going to adjudicate your child support matter. In a criminal or traffic ticket case it can be more complicated because of the withholding adjudication concept. The judge adjudicating a person, in a criminal or traffic ticket case, would mean that person is convicted. When a judge withholds adjudication, it is a legal fiction that the judge does not make the decision but sentences the Defendant anyway. We’re not making a choice; we’re not making a decision but, the Defendant will incur a penalty. The Defendant is not convicted, perhaps not convicted felon or, there are no points on the driver’s license in that context. Remember that you have rights, you should know them and. you should use them. Good luck with your cases.

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What is an Injunction?

English Transcript:

Good morning this is Christian Straile coming to you from outside the courthouse here in Ocala, Marion County Florida. Where I just concluded injunction Court. What is an injunction? Well, an injunction is simply an order telling you to do or not do something, it could be to remove a fence from your neighbor’s property or for today was injunctions for protection against domestic violence, telling people to stay away from each other or more particularly injunctions are one-way streets. Meaning that they only apply to the respondent, the court only orders the person who was served the injunction to stay away. These injections have long reaching consequences well beyond the courthouse, if you are served or know somebody who has been then they should speak to an attorney. You have rights you should know them; you should use them, thank you and good luck.

Spanish Transcript:

Buenos días, este es el abogado Christian Straile viniendo a usted desde fuera del tribunal aquí en Ocala, condado de Marion Florida. Donde acabo de concluir el Tribunal de Interdicto, ¿qué es una orden de Interdicto o Orden de proteccion? Bueno, una orden de Interdicto es simplemente una orden que le dice que haga o no haga algo, podría ser para quitar una cerca de la propiedad de su vecino o para hoy fue una Interdicto para la protección contra la violencia doméstica, diciéndole a la gente para mantenerse alejados unos de otros o más particularmente las Requerimiento son calles de un solo sentido. Lo que significa que el único se aplica al demandado, el tribunal solo ordena a la persona a la que se le entregó la orden Interdicto que se mantenga alejada. Estas Ordenes han alcanzado consecuencias mucho más allá del tribunal, si usted es atendido o conoce a alguien que ha estado, entonces debe hablar con un abogado. Tienes derechos, que debes conocer; deberías usarlos gracias y buena suerte. 

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