I moved in with my sister in law a few months ago to help out. She is on parole and in May 2021 probation and parole showed up to do a home visit,she was arrested that day.She bonded out and In July I was outside with my puppy and my sister in law was not at home. A mini van pulled up and a man got... Read more »
If your sister-in-law is on parole and resides there, then as a condition of her parole, a parole agent can search the residence. People on parole do not have the same constitutional rights against searches and seizures.
Tread carefully: there comes a point in time where you could become liable for receiving or conspiring. Is there a lot of "gifts" coming to you? Is there a history or pattern of receiving gifts from this person? Can you, and will you, name the person giving you gifts? What are you doing...Read more »
Will my boyfriends charges of domestic violence get dismissed If I want to drop the charges?
Hello I pressed charges on my boyfriend for assaulting me he got charged with a misdemeanor and a felony.I bonded him out and let him back secretly because there was a ppo placed on him.Well I had... Read more »
The court, prosecutors, and police are not social workers, mental health experts, or relationship counselors. Your boyfriend is charged with a crime; one that you reported, and then went a step further to request a PPO. And it sounds like you did the necessary but hard work there. However, once you...Read more »
The bond agent told me court was postponed so he lied.So I was held for 2 months,My mothers health has declined while I was away.So I got a year probation went to see prob officer She said I would have to come back ,I couldn't bring or leave my Mother I have no one to help.What do I do Now... Read more »
There is not much to tell you other than you need to figure out a way to satisfy the terms of your probation while caring for your mother. People do so in the midst of all sorts of challenges. If your probation officer is putting a warrant out for you, it doesn't sound like you are having...Read more »
Michigan prohibits the recording and disclosure of any private conversations, whether in person or over the phone, without the consent of all parties, by someone who is not a party to the conversation. Courts disagree whether participants to the conversation may record without permission of the...Read more »
I was walking down the Street a guy pulled up to me assume that I was a girl that ripped him off because he's a drug addict, long story short he grabbed my phone out of my hand and smashed it on the ground and then got his car and left. ( the whole time all this occurred my daughter was on my... Read more »
I'm not sure what your question is. You have the right to make the prosecutor prove their story through a trial. And if you are awaiting a preliminary examination, you have a right to make the prosecutor show probable cause for these charges, which your attorney can then challenge....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.
I live in an apartment building where i was assaulted,,,,I did not press charges,but was asked,,because i did not want to cause trouble.One week later i received an eviction notice,,,The man who assaulted me is dating the landlords sister,,,,nothing is being done to him...Their was another assault... Read more »
authority to pass criminal laws when crimes happen on federal territory, on the high seas, relating to piracy, and in the military. Most say Congress can make criminal and civil laws using Clause 3 of Article I Section 8 of the Constitution (regulating interstate commerce), but isn't the... Read more »
Good questions. Federal crimes are connected to interstate commerce. Commonly, federal criminal cases involve multiple defendants in multiple states. Guns used in crime came from somewhere, and usually not from the state where the crime occurred. For example, a gun may have been stolen from someone...Read more »
to Ohio and kills the person they have beef with. Is that considered federal felony murder because they crossed state lines to kill a person in another state? Will the murderer be charged with federal murder, Michigan state murder, and Ohio state murder? Also, are the US Codes all the laws... Read more »
Not necessarily. Federal criminal law is concerned with interstate commerce. Under your fact scenario, the person would be charged with murder in the state the murder happened: Ohio. Note that Ohio has the death penalty, unlike Michigan.
I attempted to file charges on him today. Officer refused, because he said, I should have filed 2 months ago, when I found out. I wasn't sure 2 months ago. Today, I am sure. What recourse do I have? My son is 29 and has not lived with me for 7 years.
Has the title been signed over to grandfather? In other words, did your son forge your signature? If he just stole the physical title, you can get a new title from the Secretary of State. If you do discover that a title has been actually signed over, I would think the police would be more...Read more »
Not sure what you are expecting to happen. HYTA keeps the conviction off your public record upon successful completion of your probation; it does not close courtrooms, which are ordinarily public venues. It all takes place in open court on the record. And if you were sentenced on a probation...Read more »
You will likely be appointed an attorney if you haven't already. Retail Fraud - 2nd degree alleges that you stole more than $200 worth of stuff. If by "cooperated" you mean a confession, your best bet is to continue cooperating through your attorney to negotiate a plea deal that...Read more »
Your question is heavily fact-dependent. How and what was the police officer searching? What was the basis for a wellness check? Regardless, cops don't need to ignore things then in the open. For example, there would be no impermissible search required for the police to arrest someone when...Read more »
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