Pinellas Park is a Pinellas County city in Florida that is home to 48,000 residents. Pinellas Park is home to notables like NASCAR driver Mike Cope, Blue Jays pitcher Jesse Litsch, and Terri Schiavo. Country in the Park is an annual event held by Pinellas Park after the Florida State Fair and Strawberry Festival and offers crafts, a multi-artist lineup, and assorted local food vendors.
Pinellas Park plays host to lawyers who are familiar with a wide range of cases and courts. Lawyers in Pinellas Park regularly take bankruptcy, immigration, DUI/DWI, divorce, and wrongful termination cases in addition to many others.
Recently, Pinellas County officers helped apprehend a St. Petersburg man wanted on Federal drug charges. When Pinellas County Sheriffs and U.S. Marshals finally apprehended Justin Levine Richardson they also found $1.5 million in his mother’s car. Richardson was allegedly part of a gang that sold drugs throughout Florida after smuggling them in from Mexico. He is being held on Conspiring to Distribute Cocaine and was still on probation from a criminal charge of mailing drugs.
If you have a divorce or personal injury lawsuit to file than you will be heading to the Pinellas County Circuit Court. Florida State Circuit Courts retain sole jurisdiction over family, probate, felony, mental health, and appeals from lower courts in addition to taking personal injury, juvenile, civil and real property cases. Bankruptcy must be filed with the U.S. District Court and the U.S. Immigration Court is responsible for handling any deportation, visa, or citizenship issues.
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