Jacksonville Attorneys at Law
The Law Offices of Jason K. S. Porter, P.A.
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
877 837 4224
Law Firm Overview
The Law Offices of Jason K. S. Porter, P.A. lawyers are equipped to handle personal injury law, divorce and family law, DUI defense, business litigation and criminal defense matters.
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Articles Published by The Law Offices of Jason K. S. Porter, P.A.
Modifying a Child Custody Agreement
If the custody arrangement that once fit your lifestyle no longer works, you can speak with a family lawyer about a modification. Keep reading to find out how.Read Article
Court Arraignment – No Trial
If you have gotten notification for an arraignment that lists “no trial” then continue reading to find out more about what this means. An arraignment, rather than a criminal trial, is a reading of a criminal complaint in an official setting in which the defendant is present. This arraignment will detail the nature of the crime and then allow the accused to respond.Read Article
Mothers’ Rights in Florida
A mother has certain legal rights pertaining to her children. When a mother needs legal assistance with child custody, support, visitation or paternity, a family law attorney can advise her in the matter.Read Article
DUI Plea Bargains
DUI plea bargains can be powerful bargaining tools, especially when the evidence against a suspect is unquestionable. An experienced DUI attorney will be crucial when negotiating this type of bargain.Read Article
Understanding Vehicular Homicide Charges
When a driver’s negligent or reckless actions result in the death of another person they can be charged with vehicular homicide. This is an extremely serious charge that can result in up to 15 years imprisonment even if they never meant to hurt anyone.Read Article
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights?
Grandparents can play a very important role in their grandchild’s life. There are times when a grandparent might be denied visitation with their grandchildren by one or both parents, when this happens they can petition the courts for visitation rights.Read Article