If you cannot afford to hire an attorney, then you will get one appointed for you when you go to court. They will help you. If you can afford an attorney, my associate does a great amount of these types of cases, or you can keep searching and find someone else.
Do you mean that they sent you a letter recently that warns you that they intend to arrest you in regards to a crime that happened 15 years ago? If so, your best chance to stop it is to have an attorney or someone else get in contact with the issuing authority and try to get more details about...Read more »
Or would lawsuit be in county where we live? Baby had a faciotomy in hospital but will have second surgery soon to see what injury looks like inside and than a skin graft is needed. Very little function in hand at this point. Looking for attorney to help with this matter
A lawsuit could likely be filed in either location, and therefore, you should discuss with an attorney the details of your case, and then determine where it would be best to file your lawsuit. I would be glad to speak to you in further detail, and help you with this. The attorneys that I work...Read more »
My associate handles both of these areas. You can contact me for further information if you wish, or you could probably find someone else the easiest by searching for an attorney that runs a general practice.
I know it’s aiding and abetting but her intention wasn’t for the man to be killed she was looking for her sister and one of the people also looking made the decision to commit murder without being encouraged to do so. She has no criminal history and is not the kind of person that should be... Read more »
How do you already know what sentence she will receive? If she agreed as part of her plea to a specific sentence, then she cannot challenge the length of that sentence on appeal. If she did not agree, then she can appeal to the higher court and ask them to reduce it, however, they can only reduce...Read more »
42 days to request appointed counsel. 56 days to file a claim of appeal following a trial. 6 months to file an application for leave to appeal following either a plea or a trial. An infinite amount of time (no time limit) to file a post conviction motion for relief back in the trial court if you...Read more »
You are going to need to make a call to an attorney that you choose, from the information that you find here on this site. I would be glad to help you and link you up with my associate who could represent you, if you phone or email me, or you can use the information that you find here to contact...Read more »
Notify the court and your attorney, in writing, as soon as possible, that you want to withdraw your plea. If you wait until sentencing, they will likely deny plea withdrawal by saying you were only influenced by the sentence that you expected to get.
He has cut off a tether, broken a PPO order, multiple assaults , and always either gets probation or 30 days in jail, whats it gonna take to put this guy away for a while. Now he attacked a mentality handicapped guy and broke the mans arm, this is the same guy who had the PPO against him. Why is he... Read more »
Judges take a great variety of things into consideration - much more than just what violation was committed -- when sentencing. Also, the way the system works is that you get punished more severely as you continue to commit violations. He will probably get what he deserves this time.
I signed a contract with the individual that he would replace the fencing around my property. After the check cleared for the down payment, he has stopped returning my messages. What are my legal options?
Attempt to commit crime—Any person who shall attempt to commit an offense prohibited by law, and in such attempt shall do any act towards the commission of such offense, but shall fail in the perpetration, or shall be intercepted or...Read more »
So my project is on changing the law that states You cant arrest someone without physical evedince I want to say the law is wrong what are 3 strong key points I could use? And how do you want your name in my paper?
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