answered on Mar 24, 2023
The charge of Felonious Assault is not based upon the amount of individuals assaulting the person. It is based upon the severity of the injury.
I hope that answers your question.
I had many issues with my neighbor in the past and have multiple emails with my apartment complex stating that. I called the police multiple times for noise complaints and they never did anything, recently she kicked my door multiple times and had a guy friend with her, i felt threatened so when I... Read more »
answered on Mar 22, 2023
NO. IT WOULD NOT GO ON YOUR RECORD. THIS GOES FOR A RESTRAINING ORDER OR CIVIL PROTECTION ORDER. IT MUST BE GRANTED IN ORDER TO GO ON YOUR RECORD.
I had a felony drug possession charge and I asked the courts to grant my motion for intervention in lieu of conviction. They granted it and I was placed under supervision by my counties probation department and my case has been stayed. I've been complying with all court orders and this case... Read more »
answered on Mar 22, 2023
You are not convicted of this offense until you are sentenced. So, what happens in an Intervention In lieu case, in most courts, is that you plead to the offense. You are set for sentencing at a later date. Your case is then stayed until you complete whatever treatment or programs are required of... Read more »
Got my license, got married been clean 2 years, do I need to hire a lawyer to get this taken care of or is it something I can do myself
answered on Jan 13, 2023
You Could. The Judge may not like you representing yourself pro se. I think it is risky considering all your WONDERFUL accomplishments. What happens if you make a mistake because you don't know the law, and that causes you to suffer a setback? Plus, I want you to consider the following,... Read more »
In a custody battle. I’m close to getting my kids due to their mother being abusive. Yesterday my ex’s mother posted a video to Facebook playing a song about murdering the man who hurts her daughter. I was then sent a video of her mother saying if I got custody that basically she knows a guy... Read more »
answered on Jan 12, 2023
It seems threatening. But that it to be determined by police or prosecutor. Due to the serious nature of this communication, I would report it to the police. Even if they decide not to pursue it, you will have something on file. Plus, I would print/document/copy the threats. You may be able to... Read more »
Standing requires an injured party as complaintant so if the state of ohio filed criminal charges in common pleas if there is no injured party would the state lack standing ???
answered on Jan 12, 2023
If this is a criminal case, and the crime occurred within the State of Ohio, then venue is appropriate. The fact that there is no injured party does not make a lack of standing. For example, traffic tickets, speeding and the like, there is no injured party. But, there is a violation of the... Read more »
answered on Dec 7, 2022
AS LONG AS YOU DO NOT WAIVE SPEEDY TRIAL.
answered on Mar 27, 2022
This is not an easy question to answer. Presenting evidence to court is something that you learn in law school and through the practice of law. There are different types of evidence and different ways to present it. May I suggest, for a starting point, that you review the Ohio Rules of Evidence.... Read more »
Would the cops charge him or would I have to charge him? They have evidence I wasn’t the only person in the car and in the accident report I am the passenger. He also called his mom and said he x up
answered on Feb 9, 2022
The Police should charge him if they catch him. It would not hurt for you to file a police report too. But if the police were on scene and chasing him, they will charge him.
Hope you are well.
the state is willing to run their time concurrent to the feds. how do we make sure he does his time in the feds
answered on Jan 29, 2022
The prisons will work this matter out. But it’s most likely he will do his federal time first in any state time will run concurrent with that. If he has additional state time after his federal time then he will go to state prison if not he will be straight released from federal prison.
The other parties insurance company is only paying 11,000 dollars. I still owe 14000 on the car and am left with a 3000$ bill and no vehicle. Do I have any options or am I stuck with this?
answered on Jan 28, 2022
You can always sue the other party as long as you do not sign a release. I would also contact your insurance company and notify them of the accident. Furthermore, I don't know if you bought GAP insurance when you bought your car. If you did, then it would cover the difference. If you are... Read more »
I've come to the conclusion I cannot expunge a DUI in the state of Ohio. Therefore, I was asking if I could reduce the Felony that came along with it. Maybe try to get it reduced to misdemeanor? Keep the DUI but get rid of having to put I was convicted with a felony. This is felony is from... Read more »
answered on Jan 15, 2021
If you are referring to reducing a felony OVI, yes there is a possibility of doing that WHILE the case is pending. The same is true for other felonies. However, after you have already been convicted, you cannot obtain a reduction because you have alread plead and been sentenced. Your case is... Read more »
answered on Jan 12, 2021
NO. PURSUANT TO OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 2953.36(A)(2), A DUI IS NOT CAPABLE OF BEING EXPUNGED.
SORRY TO PASS THIS ALONG.
answered on Jun 3, 2020
Okay. It appears that you recently got an OVI not OWI. So you are eligible for driving privileges as follows:
1) IF this is your first in 10 years, then you can obtain driving privileges after 15 days if you took the breath test and tested over, if you refused the test, then it is 30 days;... Read more »
answered on Dec 20, 2019
YES. UNLESS THERE IS SOME OTHER TYPE OF DETAINER ON YOU LIKE A PROBATION VIOLATION HOLD OR PAROLE VIOLATION HOLD.
answered on Dec 20, 2019
If they go through the proper process, yes. I find that most states will extradite on Felonies. They most likely will not extradite on a misdemeanors. So if the battery charge is a felony, I feel there is a strong possibility of extradition.
I live in ohio, am a navy vet, and have a lawyer who will represent me in court. He has said that I do not have to show up, and that we will plead not guilty. Is this a good move and should I show up? I also have not signed a contract with him. Should I get a contract?
answered on Nov 14, 2019
MOST COURTS IN OHIO ACCEPT FAXED OR E-MAIL NOT GUILTY PLEAS FROM ATTORNEYS. IT AVOIDS WASTING THE ATTORNEYS TIME SHOWING UP AT AN ARRAIGNMENT WHERE NOTHING REALLY GETS DONE OTHER THAN A PLEA ENTERED AND A JUDGE ASSIGNED.
SO IT DOES NOT HURT YOU TO NOT SHOW UP AT COURT.
AS FOR THE... Read more »
My friend has been arrested and charged with three counts of m1 child endangerment, f3 child endangerment and f1 involuntary manslaughter. Like every other day she had to go to work and her fiancé was getting off work in a few hours so she had her 17 year old brother watch her twin 2 year old boys... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2019
IT IS HARD FOR ME TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION. I WOULD NEED MORE FACTS. HOWEVER, YOUR FRIEND, THE MOTHER OF THE CHILDREN, IS THE CUSTODIAN AND GUARDIAN OF THE MINOR CHILDREN. SHE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WELL BEING OF THOSE CHILDREN. SHOULD SHE PUT THOSE CHILDREN IN HARM'S WAY, SHE IS CRIMINALLY... Read more »
I was pulled over I have court want to know would this bother my license before I get them?
answered on Apr 15, 2019
It might! Some courts have programs allowing you to get your license valid. Then the repercussions are usually lighter.
answered on Mar 4, 2019
Usually, a second Domestic Violence is a Felony of the 4th degree. So yes, there is a potential for prison.
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