He is not wanting to bring anything up that I found in Discovery pack where they changed from the original statement to detective statement their statements
answered on Mar 8, 2023
If you have a public defender, you have the right to ask the judge for a new attorney. If the judge feels that you are not being represented by your current attorney, they will usually appoint new counsel.
My ex posted an indirect threatening tiktok about shooting ur ex and recently posted a tiktok exposing my full name. Is there anything I can do seeing I don’t feel safe for me or my child now
answered on Feb 16, 2023
You can file for a temporary protective order stating that you are being threatened and fear for your well being from social media posts. Print them out, head to the courthouse.
I was divorced in one county in Ohio, I live in another county in Ohio and my daughter lives in another county in Ohio different than the divorce and myself. She is in an abusive situation with her mom and her mom's family, including sexual abuse by her stepdad. I really need help and... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2023
You can file for an emergency custody order. Generally, your motion has to state the child is in imminent danger.
Is that mayor's court charge still active
answered on Feb 1, 2023
Felonies do not override lesser charges. There are usually two judges, common pleas and municipal, with two separate sentences for what you were found guilty. Sentences can be run concurrent or consecutive depending on the judge and facts. If the cases are related you have a shot of getting the... Read more »
answered on Jan 24, 2023
That is a question for your probation officer.
I want charges dropped. Subpoena was mailed not served. Do I have to appear at the pre-trial?
answered on Jan 22, 2023
Yes if you were subpoenaed. Some judges work on DV’s at pre trial.
No chl charges date back over ten years
answered on Jan 22, 2023
Yes. If the parts are for an illegal firearm such as an uzi that fires multiple rounds with one trigger squeeze, there may be an issue.
Otherwise, no gun permit is needed in Ohio.
I open the door and ask my wife to step outside so we can speak and she did
answered on Jan 21, 2023
Trespassed from? Do you mean Stay Away order? If it’s the latter, yes it is trespassing, as the judges sheet will have a determined amount of distance you must keep from said store. Even if not, once you touch the door you are trespassing
Disorderly conduct. I now have a new case in Texas for Injury to child that I'm taking to trial. The prosecutor wants to bring up my old original charge, can he do that?
answered on Jan 20, 2023
A prosecutor may bring prior convictions of dishonesty, such as fraud, or any felonies. Disorderly consumer does not fall within these, and is what you were convicted of.
I was a part of a domestic case where I stated to police that I witnessed said act happen. I did not and later told cops I lied. Defendant dropped domestic case but they still trying to charge me with criminal charges for filing a false report. Can they still charge me even tho case has been... Read more »
answered on Jan 18, 2023
Yes. Obstruction of Official Business is what I assume you’re charged with. At the time you committed the crime, the case was not resolved. Your statement was part of what the police relied on as evidence of DV. By lying to the police, you obstructed their investigation. Therefore your charge... Read more »
answered on Jan 17, 2023
Yes. Anything in the vehicle is chargeable to everyone in the vehicle.
This was her first offense. Commutes to college. Could she represent herself or would a court appointed attorney be wise.
answered on Jan 9, 2023
Always be represented when your freedom is at risk. There are possible favorable resolutions to your case if there are constitutional issues.
answered on Jan 3, 2023
Where you serve your sentence is determined by the correctional facility.
answered on Jan 1, 2023
Yes. Anyone charged with a crime that posts bail will be released regardless of co-defendants ability to post bail.
answered on Dec 17, 2022
As long as you weren’t found guilty of domestic violence, you’re good. It has to be a misdemeanor of violation to prevent purchase. If you’re steaming about her charges, I’d hold off on buying a gun.
I was sentence to court november 30 2022 and November 30 2022 to rehab at hometown recovery then December 12 2022 i was sent to ovp in south point ohio then Wednesday i was told hometown would pick me up Thursday December 15 2022 at 10 am which they didn't show up and the previous day i was... Read more »
answered on Dec 16, 2022
Treatment is an option, if you qualify, as opposed to jail. It depends on your facts. First, you must plead guilty for the court to sentence you. The court can’t force you into treatment. Discuss your options with your attorney.
No I'm the respondent miamisburg ohio
answered on Dec 14, 2022
Who signed the CPO?
answered on Dec 7, 2022
Unless you waive time, correct.
answered on Dec 7, 2022
In Ohio, after entering a plea of not guilty, a trial date must be set no later than 30 days. You have the option to waive time and extend this provision.
I'm worried they may use past conversations off of a cell phone they stole from me and they have hacked into my other phones as well they have put cameras in my home and been watching me through my TV. My husband has been talking to this woman and she is the one doing this to me and he is... Read more »
answered on Nov 30, 2022
You haven’t been charged with anything. My advice to you, if this lady is invading your privacy, is file menacing charges.
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