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Vacate

To set aside.

Venire

A writ summoning persons to court to act as jurors. (See venire facias in Foreign Words Glossary.)

Venue

Authority of a court to hear a matter based on geographical location.

Verdict

A conclusion, as to fact or law, that forms the basis for the court’s judgment. (See directed verdict.)

Visa

An official endorsement on a document or passport denoting that the bearer may proceed.

Void

Invalid; a void agreement is one for which there is no remedy.

Voidable

Capable of being declared invalid; a voidable contract is one where a person may avoid his obligation, as a contract between an adult and a minor.

Voir dire

The preliminary examination made in court of a witness or juror to determine his competency or interest in a matter. Literally, to speak the truth.

Voluntary bankruptcy

A proceeding by which a debtor voluntarily asks for a discharge of his debts under the Bankruptcy Code.

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BURGLARY WITH SIMPLE BATTERY CHARGE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR AND DISMISSED UPON COMPLETION OF DIVERSION PROGRAM

The Client was arrested and charged with felony Burglary with Simple Battery in Pasco County. Upon initial representation, Attorney Anthony Rickman worked with the State to negotiate that the Client’s felony charge be reduced to
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State Dropped DUI Charge

The Defendant was charged with DUI after a crash.
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FELONY BATTERY ON A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER CHARGE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR AND DISMISSED UPON COMPLETION OF DIVERSON PROGRAM

The Client was arrested for Felony Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer after an incident that occurred at a bar in Tampa. Attorney Anthony Rickman presented information to the State and convinced the State to
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