When does an affidavit (probable cause) for search have to be filed with the clerk? When does the warrant have to be returned? If there's no affidavit of probable cause ever filed with the clerk EVER ..is that legal? Next if 10 months later a different cause number(ed) search warrant is... Read more »
If you have had 3 attorneys not sure why your questions have not been answered. To answer your questions accurately depends on the specific facts of your case which are not listed in your description. However, you can Google the specific statute to give you some insights into the law that...Read more »
I read an article by Forbes magazine which claimed that indiana didn't have the ability to tell the difference between hemp and marijuana. Now if they can how easy is it? Would it take a long time and would it be costly to the state
I have seen the language in the lab work from the State "Marijuana THC percent not determined". Hopefully at some point in the future they would be able and/or interested in trying to determine that percentage.
You have to remember that this is a Public Defender. You are entitled to court-appointed counsel if you qualify, but you are not entitled to pick the attorney who gets appointed. As long as the appointed attorney provides "effective assistance" as that term is defined by the Supreme Court...Read more »
On a tip from a C. S. The police served a NO KNOCK warrant. For pot? First SWAT then ICE. Never identified themselves. At gun point. Wouldn’t show us the warrant. Left it after the search. Had no affidavit. They had no badges , we couldn’t EVER see they’re faces. The affidavit is excluded... Read more »
Alot of times the LEOs either request Charges to be issued sometime after the Search Warrant Execution, or they try to work out a Sentence to bring to the Court for entry. Very often the citizens searched cooperate with the LEOs to incriminate others, and receive lighter Sentences therefor.
I e-filed an appearance for my own behalf. I was arrested on my 3rd marijuana possession in Indiana; class A misdemeanor. I filed 2 motions; one for stand-by counsel and the other to have my bond returned to pay for my defense. The bond request was denied but there is a hearing set for the... Read more »
Because I knew I had a seizure.A deputy then put me in cuffs and took me to the hospital to see if a doctor could tell if I had a seizure the dr could not verify if I had one then the officer had me do blood test. I just received papers saying I have to go to court in March for a class c... Read more »
You should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney and do not talk to anyone about this other than your attorney. At this point it is illegal to have marijuana metabolite in your body, however, there is legislation that may change that in Indiana.
Arraignment was today where I pled not guilty for possession of marijuana less than 30g with prior. I have chronic pain and epilepsy. I want to move to Ohio or Illinois to receive medicinal marijuana treatment so I don't have to continue to worry about weed nazis.
You should be able to move out of state, but confirm your conditions of bond to make sure it is possible.
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