If you got proof about a person stealing and proved it thru. The corporate office .and they acted on it into firing .an employee. And put pictures on Facebook just cause she .said things about this person .
But the 5 year rule always a started me over so therefore it was always 1st offense so now over a 30 year driving career you can go back and charge me no matter when the offence happened call parchman and see if I can have the same bed I had 25 years ago
I assume you are referencing the new DUI law that became effective a few years ago. For a person to be charged with a felony DUI 3rd offense, the offenses must have occurred within the past 5 years. This law is still good law as it relates to a 3rd offense; however, the legislature added a felony...Read more »
My Brother Sold Pills To A CI on two Occassions which it was only a total of 6 Pills for the CI personal use. Wasnt no one's or nothing else involve except my brother an The CI. On the second sale my brother was arrested for sale of a control substance an also Conspiracy. He was charge with... Read more »
That is exactly correct. If the conspiracy only involves the accused and a confidential informant, and no other person, then the accused cannot be charged with conspiracy, except under very particular circumstances. Your brother's best bet is going to be to reach out to a criminal defense...Read more »
Officer randomly got behind me and cut on lights. After trying to figure out his intentions knowing I did nothing wrong I got scared and took off but once reality began to sink in I pulled over and stopped. He got me out of the car but never said why he was trying to stop me. No body was hurt and... Read more »
It really depends. Since you said grand jury, that would mean that they are treating this as a felony, which means that they are alleging that you drove in a dangerous manner. If that is the case, you are looking at a max of 5 years in MDOC custody and a $5k fine. That being said, I'd be...Read more »
As a convicted felon, Mississippi law does not allow you to possess a firearm or any other type of deadly weapon. That being said, depending on the age of the conviction, as well as other factors, you may be able to get a certificate of rehabilitation, which would allow you to possess a firearm;...Read more »
My sister was arrested on a child abuse charge after finding out 2 underage boys (ages 10 and 13) were molesting her 7 year old daughter. She tried to have a sit down with the parents of the boys which turned into her physically harming one of the boys. She now has court December 3rd. We do not... Read more »
She needs to get a lawyer ASAP. Even though her response was understandable given her background, they will likely try to go after her for either simple assault or aggravated assault. Ideally, it would end up being a simple assault charge, as that is a misdemeanor, but without more information, it...Read more »
i just recently got out of CPS after being for 6 years, without my permission they have lied to me and taken money out of an account my dad had left for me for 6 years straight paying for things that the government should have, as they do with every other child in custody. So it does not feel right... Read more »
She's Stage 5 manic bipolar with doctors records. She was arrested at the beginning of last year for forging and "cashing" 5 oxy scripts, and shes been indicted. She since has gotten on suboxone and moved to Louisiana in with me, and held a couple jobs, more than before. She has a... Read more »
It really depends on how exactly she was indicted, and under what particular statute. You should consider getting with a criminal defense attorney so that you can discuss more of the facts and circumstances of her case. Feel free to reach out to any attorney on here by clicking the contact...Read more »
I am 100 % sure that no DA was present and no grand jury convened. An MBN agent serves as a do it yourself indictment dictator. They handed out 71 in one day..its about scaring people to a plea, then getting a conviction. They give probation and county gets the money. This has happened 100 if not... Read more »
You need to consider talking with an attorney sooner rather than later, as the next step will be setting up a trial. Most attorneys on here, myself included, are willing to provide a free consultation to discuss your case, at the very least to point you in the right direction.
A search of my trunk turned up 87 grams of marijuana car was seized weapons & they went and extracted all the money out of my bank account the lawyer filed a petition for my property the state responded but that was over a year ago I haven’t herd anything else about my property I thought I... Read more »
For example, in MS I can carry in a church or school with the Instructor Certification. If a place has signage prohibiting carry, I can only be charged with trespass not a firearms charge. Is AR the same?
He was basically railroaded. He was a teenager when he was taken away. At first he had an court appointed attorney but we hired an attorney and the court would not allow my brother his attorney but rather the courts attorney. The attorney told my brother who was at the time a teenager that the... Read more »
There is no way to actually be sure, without knowing the detailed facts of your case. Sometimes, they are transferred to one state from another when there is a pending action against them in the other state. It could be that he was transferred to MS because he has a pending felony case, perhaps in...Read more »
You would likely need to speak to attorney to clarify what exactly you are asking. During the conversation, the attorney will likely ask you certain questions, like whether the case went to trial or your BF pleaded to the underlying felony.
It depends on the facts of your case, and the reasons behind the search and taking the child away. You will likely need to consult with an attorney to gather more facts and determine whether you have a viable claim.
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