Stephanie Thompson Pawuk
About Stephanie Thompson PawukPartner, Pawuk & Pawuk, P.A., practicing primarily criminal defense and general law.
- Business Law
- Criminal Law
- Domestic Violence
- DUI & DWI
- Juvenile Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Child Support
- General Civil
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Pawuk & Pawuk, P.A.|
|Stetson University College of Law - Stetson University||J.D|
|Pro Bono Silver Award, Community Law Program|
|Award for 50 or more pro bono hours donated to indigent clients.|
|Pro Bono Attorney, Bay Area Legal Services|
|Activities: Free legal help and representation for domestic violence victims and their families|
|Member, Florida State Bar|
|Pro Bono Attorney, Community Law Program|
|Activities: Provided free legal help for family law clients|
- Overall: 3 Answers
Q. Is evading arrest, without violence a felony?
A: NO - and I believe you mean resisting arrest without violence. It's a 1st degree misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in county jail.
Q. What is the remedy for an amended indictment?
A: If you could be more specific it would be helpful. I'm assuming you have been charged with a crime and the State has amended the charging document? If so, there is no remedy to you. The State can amend the information at any time. It may cause your attorney to ask for a continuance, however there is nothing legally wrong with the State amending.
Q. What can I do about my soon to be ex-wife who co-signed for my car, now wants me refinance, and for a much higher rate !
A: All of that should be part of the equitable distribution in your divorce case. If not, you really need to talk to your attorney, or hire one if you haven't. Just like home ownership when two married people are on the mortgage, one can't force the other to refiance unless it's part of your marital settlement agreement.
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Website: Stephanie T. Pawuk's Website Profile
Website: Pawuk & Pawuk Website
Blog: Pinellas County Florida Criminal Lawyer Blog
Occasional, Infrequent ‘Alarms’ from Ankle Monitoring Device Not Enough to Violate Probation Beware: Ignoring Your Arrest Warrant Will Not Make It Go Away Supreme Court Rejects Police’s Mining Suspected Drug Dealer’s Cell Phone Location Information Without a Warrant Offender Gets Two Years in Jail for Refusing to Admit Wrongdoing as Part of Plea-Bargain Required Treatment Program DUI: Refusal of Breath Test Double Jeopardy Protection Doesn’t Shield Driver from Disclosure of Results of Blood Alcohol Test Taken by Hospital Victim’s Preferences Don’t Necessarily Guide Punishment for Battery Charge State Over-Charges Man Caught in Police Sting; Appeals Court Tosses Conviction on Two Charges Warrantless Searches and Your Personal Cell Phone