She got no court hearing just charged with assault causes bodily injury it says. The one's pressing charges she didn't fight with. They jumped in on her and the mom. What can I do? Anything?
answered on Jan 31, 2021
A 16-year-old is considered a juvenile in Texas; therefore, the case is referred to the Juvenile Probation Department for intake. The probation department may decide to handle the matter informally without court involvement. Alternatively, the case could be referred to the juvenile prosecutor and a... Read more »
Assault Agg felony 2 I need someone fast court 3weeks
answered on Jun 30, 2020
Which county is the charge pending? Is husband out on bond?
they have prior family violence convictions?
answered on Jun 29, 2020
Assault w/ impeding circulation is a felon in Texas could be enhance to next higher offense with prior felony convictions. You should consult with attorney and provide additional information.
NO PHYSICAL evidence or pentration or anything. Just by word of mouth from my daughter, whom is his stepdaughter. CPS involved case may close soon. All was told by my daughter in Oct. via Text on FB messenger. Explain more if get response
answered on Jun 2, 2020
He should make no statement whether or not true.
You should request video conferencing and contact pretrial service for bond.
Pretrial Service for Bell County is the cheapest bond he can get.
If I didn't didn't do what he wanted he would abuse me physically and sexually I was forced in fear of my life because I didn't want to get hurt or mistreated or abused I was taken away for my family when I was 15 and now I'm 22 and I'm being charged with 3 burglaries that he made me go to
answered on Jan 16, 2020
Based upon the limited information provided, you may have a defense of distress.
You should contact a criminal defense attorney for free consultation.
I never realized that it was a duty of the grand jury to set bond amounts on a person that hasn't even been given the opportunity to refute the charges or present any evidence in their defense. What happened to the 5th, 6th and 8th amendments, and due process
answered on Dec 27, 2019
Once a grand indict a person, the judge set bail. The prosecutor presents the evidence showing probable cause to the grand jury without the accuse. The accuse nor defense counsel are presence; however, defense attorney may request certain evidence be presented through prosecutor.
I did not know that he was using any stolen cards if he even did they’re still investigating I’m not sure if he did but if he was using a stolen cards I’m sure I may have been there a timer to you as we spend a lot of time together
He hasn’t been in any trouble since being on probation but he also hasn’t been checking in! 2 days ago he was pulled over for driving a car with the registration out and when they ran his name they arrested him. He’s currently a no bond how much time could he possibly be looking at?
answered on Dec 15, 2019
In Bell County, Judges do not usually revoke probation on none violent charge for first time Motion to Revoke. Judge will usually impose sanction. He is entitled to bond if on deferred probation. In addition, Judges in Bell will also set bond even if on regular probation.
Completed all conditions of my probation. This is month 7 or 8 of my 15 month sentence.
answered on Dec 11, 2019
In Bell County, the court will require a Statement of Fact from your probation officer giving a summary of your conduct. The court will also request whether the prosecutor has any objections. No hearing is necessary nor will you be required to appear.
Process takes about 30-days to complete.
She plead out and got sentenced then made a sworn statement
answered on Sep 20, 2019
If she made a sworn statement against you and agreed to testify at your trial, you are likely to be convicted.
If she accepted full responsibility, then it will depend upon other evidence pointing toward your guilt.
Misdemeanor b. Now up to a State jail charge.
Also no they have enhanced x 2 times the state jail.
Start Ed. A Misdemeanor b
Can they do this
answered on Sep 19, 2019
Yes. As Attorney Roy Lee Warren stated, you should hire a lawyer to help you through this confusing law and court opinions.
answered on Sep 13, 2019
You need to give more information about type of charge and location.
answered on Sep 9, 2019
If you complete them before a Motion to Revoke is file, you should be okay.
Even if a motion is filed, Bell County's judges will usually not revoke you.
I was given 0robation for family violence and I am on probation but before I got probation I didn't know that I had another assault charge and was arrested am I going to loose my probation and how much time will I do in jail time
answered on Sep 9, 2019
No, you will not get revoke for an offense committed before starting probation.
answered on Aug 16, 2019
Yes, the search is legal if the officer makes search incident to arrest or if there is reasonable suspicion to believe contraband will be found or contraband is in visible or base on odor.
answered on Aug 13, 2019
Assault with deadly weapon is a serious allegation. You son should contact an attorney for case evaluation immediately.
Depending on his criminal history prison is a strong possibility.
My partner has been deported from Europe to the States for overstaying his permit. At Jfk airport arrested because he missed his court date a year and half ago in Texas. He's been sent to a jail in NY and he will have to appear in court in two days. So it will make 6 days from his formal... Read more »
answered on Jul 24, 2019
If case is in Bell County, there is a good possibility.
I told the sgt that I didn’t want to press charges and he said he had to make a report or he could get in trouble and that the state could press charges if they saw fit but that isn’t what I would like it wasn’t on purpose
answered on Jul 16, 2019
If your wife did not intentionally hit you, an experience attorney should be able to get case dismiss if charge is file.
Your wife may have to speak with victim coordinator and confirm she acted in frustration.
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