My husband got indicted last week in Georgia he is facing Seven charges is possession of methamphetamine possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony will willful obstruction of law enforcement officer. two counts of destroying or causing serious or debilitating injury to a police dog.... Read more »
You do not have to be present in the state for an indictment to be presented to the grand jury. As long as the GJ acted within the statute of limitations it is likely valid. That means he needs to get a lawyer to defend him as they will prosecute him while incarcerated and those are serious...Read more »
May be a violation of your lease or they may be improperly targeting you as a form of harassment. GA has difficult Landlord Tenant law for tenants, but there are some really good self help resources at Legal Aid type clinics.
If the parking violations are legit, it may just be easier and...Read more »
Thats gonna be something you want to handle very responsibly. 5 baggies means the administration is going to look at it as distribution/sale, and thats a MUCH bigger deal than just simple possession. You should look into acquiring a lawyer to assist you so that you do not make an innocent error...Read more »
All going to depend on the circumstances. The mere arrest can be a violation of your probation and that exposes you to a revocation. If it is First Offender probation that adds an additional layer of complexity as you can be resentenced under the original max.
Be careful, thats what you can do. Even when she solicits contact, ANY violation of the TPO can justify an arrest or violation. Thats one of the big issues with these orders. No matter her intention, the cops are going to do what the document tells them too.
My colleague John is spot on that without more details it is impossible to provide accurate guidance. It is also the STATES burden to prove things, and a good lawyer works to prevent the State from being able to do that.
I strongly recommend you call a couple LOCAL lawyers in your...Read more »
So my granny was on the phone with my sister and I started to argue with my granny. My sister on the phone in anouther county hangs up and calls the police to our house. I get arrested for fva simple battery for taking the phone from granny and throwing it and criminal fva criminal trespassing for... Read more »
You stand a very high chance at a successful resolution as long as you handle the situation properly. As DV cases are treated aggressively by most jurisdictions, they dont get "dismissed" very often without some back and forth between you and the State. It may be very reasonable to try...Read more »
I'm a mentor for a woman in Georgia and I live in New Jersey and this poor woman has been put through hell &her 4 children are in temp custody of their abusive twisted husband and one conversation she had with her 4yr old, said "daddy wants to kill you" Now I don't know how... Read more »
She needs a wholesale revisiting of her case by a Domestic Violence Social Worker who can coordinate appropriate legal assistance as this is a multifacted situation. The Child is in need of protection, and that should be coordinated likely with some state agencies due to her instability and lack...Read more »
So the attacker caused property damage and you are inquiring if you are responsible for it? Thats hard to answer without more facts as you may have independent duties to repair (such as leased property) that are in play regardless of the criminal process.
And parental alienation by the husband and paternal grandparents who is manipulating the child against his mother. Is it likely the mother will get full physical custody and the father supervised visitation? Is it more likely the mother will get the home? This is in Georgia USA
Trying to get to the heart of your inquiry, but it appears you have a messy custody/family/criminal set of intertwined issues. Unfortunately as you have discovered there are not a lot of great resources for folks in these situations outside the traditional legal system.
It is a violation of Federal Law to purchase or posses firearms if you have been convicted of a domestic violence crime. It is basically the only misdemeanor that affects a fundamental constitutional right like this. That is why it is EXTRA important you get the right lawyer for your charge.
Me and my husband went to Mt sisters house. My husband and her boyfriend got into a verbal altercation. Her boyfriend then hit my husband with some weapon. My husband hit him back. I was keeping my sister back so she wouldn't get hit by them and she hit me. I popped her not hard and told her... Read more »
Odds are if the cops are made aware, they are going to investigate and determine if they should arrest anyone. Getting a lawyer involved out front assists in getting your version of the events presented properly and with the most impact.
I advise if arrests appear imminent that you hire...Read more »
A few days later, we find out that there is a warrant for his arrest in GA that we believe his parents called and reported him for. But he did nothing wrong. Now his mother is harassing us and threatening us.
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