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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Criminal Law, Education Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: Please contact me about my rights with law enforcement and judges.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux answered on Dec 2, 2021

Your question is way to vague to answer. Call a criminal lawyer

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Tennessee on
Q: What is the time limit to arrest a person who committed multiple felonies

The felonies was committed in front of multiple Witnesses

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Nov 29, 2021

Felony SOL's in TN generally range from 2 years to 8 years. Different Felonies have different SOLs. Consult with a competent TN attorney.

2 Answers | Asked in Federal Crimes, Family Law, Health Care Law and Probate for New Jersey on
Q: Is knowingly submitting false information or hiding relevant information on a Medicaid recovery claim document fraud?

I live in the state of New Jersey. My sister is currently administering my late mother’s estate, which includes a Medicaid lien of 200 thousand dollars (including additional charges). Medicaid sent notice to the estate administrator to provide a full accounting of the my late mother’s estate.... Read more »

Morris Leo Greb
Morris Leo Greb answered on Nov 27, 2021

Yes submission of knowingly false information to the government is a criminal act. The possible maximum penalties are quite severe. I suggest you speak to an attorney with experience in handling federal criminal acts.

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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Kentucky on
Q: Me and my husband has been indicted for foodstamp and medical fraud we have warrant on us what is your advice
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Nov 26, 2021

Hire the best criminal defense Lawyers you can to get the warrants recalled and negotiate your case with the prosecutors.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Tennessee on
Q: Is it possible to have someones parole transfered from florida to Tennessee

He was recently absconded in both states because he left Florida and came home and he is mentally unstable

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Nov 24, 2021

It sounds like a FL Conviction, so you will have to ask FL lawyers. But TN is very difficult to transfer Probation Jurisdiction, and I bet it is no easier in FL. He should talk to his FL Probation Officer also, especially since that is who will violate him.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Health Care Law for Florida on
Q: I live in Florida. The sister-in-law of a guy I met not long ago, is a pharmacist at Walgreens. She went into my

medical history without reason or permission and told other people what was in it. I have never actually met her and have never been to that Walgreens. I wanted to know what course of action I could take, the specific laws she's breaking and what the penalty would be. I would also like to know... Read more »

Michael  Mayoral
Michael Mayoral answered on Nov 23, 2021

It sounds like your medical privacy rights may have been violated. You can make a complaint with Walgreens for the HIPAA violation. 45 C.F.R. § 164.530(d) requires that covered entities have procedures in place for individuals to complain about an entity’s compliance with its privacy policies... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Tennessee on
Q: If your record has been expunged do you have to put you were convicted on a job application?
Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Nov 18, 2021

No TNSC says that is the whole purpose of expungement. But first you need to be sure you got a successful expungement. Sometimes you have to do it again with your certified order.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: Ok if the us feds come to your house with a warremt searching for cloths guns motorcycle and they find drugs not on

Warrent can he be charged for them

Michael Hamilton Rodgers
Michael Hamilton Rodgers answered on Nov 17, 2021

So long as the warrant is legal, and the search does not greatly exceed the scope of the warrant, then yes, whatever the feds find can be used as a basis of prosecution. A search which greatly exceeds the scope of a warrant would be like where the warrant orders the federal agents to search for... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Maryland on
Q: What are some reasons that 2nd degree attempted murder can be minimized ?
Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley answered on Nov 17, 2021

Any answer is fact dependent. If you are facing a 2d degree murder charge, stop asking questions on a public forum and get a lawyer ASAP. Only a thorough review of the evidence in private will provide you with any useful information. If this is some academic question, then you'll need to do... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Illinois on
Q: Can someone be charged and held in prison under an alias name?

My father was a teenager when he was charged of committing murder in the 90’s. He is under a different name. When you search him , they have his birthday and a alias name.

Alexander Ivakhnenko
Alexander Ivakhnenko answered on Nov 15, 2021

Yes, criminal charges are possible when the law-enforcement does not know the actual, legal, or true name of the suspect, so, the charges may be filed under any name available or given to the authorities. As in the case with your family member you could see that could happen.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes on
Q: about criminal history report

I ran a criminal history report through the state of Illinois and it says no record on file does this mean I have no warrants, or no criminal offenses on my record and should be good to go correct. Please get back to me when you have time. I'm just needing it understood more if that is what it... Read more »

Alexander Ivakhnenko
Alexander Ivakhnenko answered on Nov 12, 2021

As suggested before run your background check with prints at any local police station for clearance letter purposes.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Mississippi on
Q: Who has to sign off on a felony affidavit in MS? Can the same person sign off on a felony affidavit that signed for it?

One person signed off for the affidavit and signed off on it too.

Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Nov 11, 2021

In Mississippi, typically the officer or person bringing the charges signs the affidavit, and then the affidavit is sworn to and then signed by the court clerk or a deputy court clerk.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Mississippi on
Q: Does a justice court clerk or a deputy clerk have to sign off on a felony affidavit?
Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Nov 11, 2021

In Mississippi, typically, a felony affidavit is signed by the charging officer or complaining witness/victim, then it is sworn to in front of the justice court clerk or a deputy clerk.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Mississippi on
Q: Does a time have to be on a felony search warrant in ms

The rule book says there much be a time on a warrant.

Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Nov 11, 2021

It depends on which portion of the search warrant that you are referring to, as well as the issuing court. If it is in federal court, usually the time frame in which the warrant can be executed is included. If it is in state, it is best practice for the issuing officer to include the date AND time... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Mississippi on
Q: How do you subpoena someone and evidence?
Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Nov 11, 2021

What you will have to do is draft a subpoena and present it to the court clerk for her to have it issued, then at that point you will have to have someone (not you if you are a party) serve it on the person.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for California on
Q: My husband is in jail and has been for 41 days on a probation violation the courts keep pushing his court out each week

And won't let him out of jail and they're not charging him with any other charges and they won't release him and I need help to get him out and home as soon as possible

John Karas
John Karas answered on Nov 10, 2021

If your husband was arrested and charged with a VOP (Violation of Probation), he has undoubtedly been arraigned (denied the VOP) and a Public Defender has been appointed to assist with his defense. That's who you should be contacting or hire private counsel to take over handling his defense... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Federal Crimes for Florida on
Q: Ballistic knives are basically banned everywhere around here. What about ballistic spikes?

It's hard to find a state where a ballistic knife isn't banned. In Florida, they're the only knife that is banned by name. My question is, what about a ballistic spike? If the protruding portion of the spring-based weapon doesn't have a sharp edge along the length, but instead... Read more »

Michael  Mayoral
Michael Mayoral answered on Nov 9, 2021

There is an old saying in criminal defense: “You might beat the case, but you won’t beat the ride to jail.” Basically, while you may be right that a spike is not the same thing as a blade, a police officer may not agree with you and might arrest you anyways, and then you will have to fight... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Mississippi on
Q: Who can sign a felony affidavit in MS

Can the same person that signed a felony affidavit be who also signs off on the affidavit too?

Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Nov 7, 2021

In Mississippi, there are really only two people that can file a criminal affidavit: the first is the alleged victim of whatever crime is alleged; the second is an investigator or law enforcement officer. Usually, depending on the nature of the crime, it is an investigator who files a felony... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Real Estate Law, Federal Crimes and Intellectual Property for Florida on
Q: the petition never received a formal accounting, and the case was dismissed, to find out that there were assets in trust

property was hidden that petitioner was in trust for him , bc trustee got divorced and were not able bc my father took my identity and sold the property to him self then when my mother went to sell she couldn't bc it was trust assets and deed and tittle in my name

Linda Liang
Linda Liang answered on Nov 6, 2021

Do you have a question? If you do not know what to ask, you should contact an attorney for a consultation as a start

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Federal Crimes and Sexual Harassment for Florida on
Q: I need an attorney to speak with from the Middle District of Florida to represent me to file a lawsuit on a court

From a federal agency that has abused me at home and in my car for eight years and two months.

Charles M.  Baron
Charles M. Baron answered on Nov 2, 2021

It's hard to tell from your brief description what your legal issue is. The word "abused" does not indicate which rights you believe were violated. (For example, the right to be free from false arrest or police excessive force, the right to freedom of speech, the right to be... Read more »

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