He has never had a drug charge and he has to wear a glove on his hands bc the nerves are dead due to his accident last year. He was electrocuted and fell 60 ft. They haven't set a bond yet for him. I can't get any answers his wife and I want to hire someone to get him a bond did we can... Read more »
Fights happen all the time among young children and the police don’t always file charges unless there are weapons used. Your only other option is to go to the county attorneys office with witnesses and proof and try to file charges through the Warrant Intake process. You could also file a civil...Read more »
I don’t want to disclose details, I’m just wondering if she can chose to not have them filed for her, or if she decides she does not agree can her guardian still file on her behalf if she is capable of making the decision?
If charges have been filed the victim in a case cannot decide by herself to have them dismissed. It’s up to the prosecutor. Input from the victim will always be taken into consideration by the prosecutor and obviously if the case is taken all the way to trial and the victim testifies to help the...Read more »
Parole is never guaranteed and it depends on many factors other than just your charges. Your chances of parole are good if you have no prior record, you are not convicted of violent offenses and you have had good behavior and taken advantage of classes in prison.
What are you asking. If it’s just shoplifting and it’s a low amount typically they would not ask you to do 10 days. They would also not come to your home and break in to try to arrest you. If there are more circumstances or a higher dollar amount those steps are possible. I would hire an...Read more »
The statute of limitations on misdemeanor theft is one year. The statute of limitation on felony theft is unlimited. With that said, it sounds like Walmart is satisfied with the firing and I would not expect criminal charges to follow unless there was a very high dollar amount of theft.
The only person that is under a court restriction in an EPO case is the respondent. You can use these attempts to contact you at a hearing but you should not contact her back under any circumstances. If you hire an attorney they can contact her.
If you are the petitioner and you are being contacted by the respondent and you can prove the contact you need to go to the county attorneys office or call the police. If there is an active EPO and a person is contacting you that is a new misdemeanor charge of violating an EPO.
It is extremely rare that he will go to jail on an offense like this with no record. The only way you could risk jail is if you missed a court date. If you hire an experienced attorney they should be able to help you get through this process fairly quickly.
I wasn't charged with anything. I haven't had a y other legal issues ever. It was in family court. Prosecutor never pressed charges. But they still put a dvo on record. Can I join the military? Also the one who put it on me said he'd be a reference for me for the army. We're... Read more »
If it was an EPO that never went to a DVO it would be eligible for expungement if it was dismissed. If it became a DVO after a hearing it would not be eligible for expungement unless you go back and petition the court to set aside that finding.
They can charge everyone in the car with possession but they will have a difficult time proving it. The driver typically bears the most responsibility for contents in his car. If they can link passages to a specific item or specific containers that could be a problem for the passenger but usually...Read more »
To press charges. I actually told them I didn’t want him to go to jail. Is there anything I can do? He was let out on bond the same night, and he’s never been in trouble his entire life until now. What can I do or what can happen?
You need to hire a lawyer and the boyfriend can work with your lawyer. You will not be able to talk to him or speak with him or contact him because there is likely a no contact order. Domestic violence cases often have victims that don’t want to go forward but The prosecutors will still go...Read more »
He was clean whenever they arrested him and they held him for around 3 months before they even sent him there. His grandfather is very I'll right now and he really needs to be with him if at all possible. Please... Any and all advice is welcome
It depends if he was on probation or parole. If he was on probation and violated it’s up to a judge. If he is on parole it’s up to it administrative judge and much more likely that he gets sent back to prison.
This is my first offense and have never been pulled over prior. I was released after passing a sobriety test. Will my insurance be notified of the traffic violation before I have to show up for my court date and if the charges are dropped will my insurance still be notified? What are the chances my... Read more »
As a first time Offender you should be eligible for a marijuana education class and be allowed to have the drug charges eventually dismissed. As far as insurance there’s no way to know when and if A company will run a random check on you. I would recommend hiring an experienced criminal defense...Read more »
I keep telling them to trace the call but all three times they keep saying that if it happens again they are going to arrest me, but it's not me..... what can I do? The person texting them is using my name but it truly isn't me.
This is becoming a common problem with these third party apps. Just make sure you keep or screenshot your call logs. If the police go the extra mile they can subpoena IP logs to see where the initiating calls are coming from but they typically not do that unless it is a serious case.
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