I explained to public defender but she was charged and given probation and fine. She is mentally disabled so she can’t pay. What can I do? I’m a single mom with a 15 year old daughter as well. I don’t have $3000 laying around.
In and of itself, I don't see there being a problem with a juror being an old classmate of the judge. The primary consideration for a juror to be seated is whether or not he/she is able to be fair and impartial under the present circumstances. If the juror was an old classmate of the...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It isn't clear if the accident involving the pickup truck is related to your claim for wages from the company in Hiram. In other words, if you lost wages as a result of getting injured, a single attorney...Read more »
I returned fire and I have the right to carry and he is a felon and I was charged and he didn’t get charged with anything and in the bound hearing the DA never mention me getting shot just said I was shooting at him and gunned him down
The D.A. represents the State, not you. Thus, the D.A. is not going to present self defense evidence which would benefit you. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney who can argue and present evidence that you acted in self defense.
Top portion of the "Georgia" was covered by a broken "Atlanta Falcons" tag covering....the top portion of the covering is the word "ATLANTA" in red writing but honestly the "peach" & "Georgia" is visible. My daughter stated that he came to the... Read more »
Yes. Take the license plate to court and request the dash cam footage and present it to the judge or jury. At that point, the judge or jury will weigh the credibility of the above evidence against the police officer's testimony and determine if the tag was obscured.
You do not have to provide ID unless you are driving a car or the officer has probable cause to suspect a crime was being committed. Thus, if the officer had probable cause to believe you were committing a crime, then any civil suit would fail. Further, suing police officers for conduct committed...Read more »
Hello. On 1-3-2022 I was pull over for non-working brake lights (pre-video evidence,they work) 12 broken ribs and lung collapsed and multiple dog bites as well as getting hit by the officers and they admitted to striking in police report. I need help please.
An attorney probably needs to know more about the facts, before they can agree to represent you. They will want to know if you complied with the police requests or if you were the aggressor. They would likely want to know if you were under the influence of any medications at the time. There are...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Personal injury attorneys tend to deal more with physical injury matters involving insurance. You could search for attorneys with experience in civil rights and housing discrimination. It looks like you're...Read more »
With the last election we are having some problems with some people wanting to run a whole community out of their homes. One neighborhood above my home, and mine and my neighbors. There is a company that wants to build 600 homes behind our houses. you know I can't tell them what to do with... Read more »
Your question sounds like it could involve a number of different legal areas, and you await a response for two weeks. The short answer is that you and your neighbors could consider a consult with a law firm that has experience with class actions. It would be difficult for an attorney to offer...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. Attorneys here on this site can't reach out to you - this is only a Question & Answer format. There are sites out there that function more as attorney referral services. The closest thing here is the feature...Read more »
Technical violations carry up to two years in prison -- if a defendant is revoked. The fact that prisons are crowded is generally not a factor that the courts consider in determining a defendant's sentence. Your best move is to hire a good criminal defense attorney or seek the services of...Read more »
If the case(s) the newly appointed D.A. represented you in is still pending, then you need to hire a new attorney and file a motion for the newly appointed D.A. to recuse himself/herself from participation in prosecuting your case. Further, If the new attorney can argue that recusal is insufficient...Read more »
Generally no, but it depends. Normally, being out on bond does not invoke a Fourth Amendment waiver (versus being on probation or parole, which does). However, a Fourth Amendment waiver can be made a condition of your bond. If so, you would need to go before the Court (i.e., have your attorney file...Read more »
My employer promised me a raise, gave it in writing, even paid it for the first week it was active. Now my second week, he is suddenly confused about the raise and trying to essentially take it back. What legal action can I take?
If you are an at-will employee, your employer can changes the terms of your pay for any reason at any time. Unless you have an employment contract guaranteeing you a certain pay rate, there no legal action you can take.
I travel for work very often and need to renew my TSA PreCheck - this arrest on my record is preventing me from being able to do that. I live in Dawsonville (Forsyth County), work in Kennesaw (Acworth), and the charges were in Calhoun (Gordon County)
He was also given paperwork to sign without counsel present under the assumption that it was the statement he had just made, but really he had unknowingly signed away his rights... He was incarcerated on 12/30/2021 where he has been held without bond( no bail hearing given) , or evidence,.. the... Read more »
It's a drug charge. He's currently in prison for the charges. I went to court this am. Offer was 3yrs and pay fine. I didn't accept it. DA said it's legal what their doing bc my bf didn't claim ownership even though he plead guilty. Does that even exist?!
A warrant is not defective unless a judge determines it to be so. As such, any indictment resulting from that arrest would be presumptively valid. That being said, depending on several factors, including any evidence used to obtain the warrant, you may have a valid defense to the charges if...Read more »
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