Me and my husband got into a fight one day and our children came to the area where it was going on and tried to break us up My husband shoved one of them out the way and made the others leave the area. I thought he had harmed the one he shoved and called the authorities on him so they could have... Read more »
answered on Mar 19, 2023
It is important to take responsibility for your mistake and try to rectify the situation. If you have already filed a false report against your husband, you should immediately contact the authorities and let them know that your initial report was mistaken and that your husband did not actually harm... Read more »
Where would I find my federal charges
answered on Nov 7, 2022
Federal cases do not appear on case.net. The Federal Court System as a website where court filings maybe found. https://pacer.uscourts.gov/
However the Feds do things differently so any charges may or may not be publicly viewable. Your best bet would be to speak to a criminal defense... Read more »
Statue 566.226 states our Identity is not suppose to be public records,
Our address to our home as well as my daughter school, as well as My name ( her Mother) all over case net
answered on Apr 20, 2022
That’s terrible. Hire an attorney to seek to have that information not appear on Casenet. I don’t know why a judge would not grant a motion to seal or raise the security level of such filings.
Wasn't arrested or detained out even questioned about it.
answered on Apr 13, 2022
There’s no way to know without seeing all of the evidence that is in the possession of the state. You have a right to something called discovery - this is the formal name for the process by which the parties to a legal proceeding gather facts and information in possession of the other party. In... Read more »
Everything I have done and thousands I've spent to keep them safe if I take q plea deal that takes my kids from me if I take it to trial I'm looking at 10+ years over literally nothing I have done
answered on Mar 13, 2022
You didn’t state whether you are represented by counsel. If so, rely on your counsel’s advice. There’s no way for a stranger to the situation to give you advice on such an important decision.
Last april a man driving without a license, without insurance, in an truck he’d had for nearly a month without registering it properly turned left into oncoming traffic. He struck and killed a man and seriously injured a woman on a motorcycle. Even with prior charges in another state for driving... Read more »
answered on Feb 15, 2022
I'm so very sorry for your loss. In rare circumstances, it is possible to seek damages from the state itself (e.g., police and others acting as its agents). This is called the public duty doctrine, and its application depends on the particular statutes/court cases of a particular state. Under... Read more »
answered on Oct 13, 2021
You can use Justia’s lawyer search tool but most attorneys would charge for their time. Perhaps contact a librarian at a law library.
answered on Jun 26, 2021
Yes, there are law enforcement officers who patrol the state parks and rivers in Missouri. For example, if you get caught with marijuana while camping in a state park or while on a float trip on a river in Missouri, your case will be prosecuted in the circuit court in the county where the incident... Read more »
public defender, has little to no motivation to build a feasible defense
answered on Apr 1, 2021
If you know your Missouri case number, you should be able to see it on CaseNet. Otherwise, ask for it from your attorney.
Recently got a charge/ticket for violating 311.325 and was wondering what the penalties are for violating and if it’s a mip charge?
Felony drug possession
answered on Jan 27, 2021
Under Missouri law, the period of limitation does not run: (1) During any time when the accused is absent from the state, but in no case shall this provision extend the period of limitation otherwise applicable by more than three years; or (2) During any time when the accused is concealing... Read more »
answered on Oct 29, 2020
There is not enough information in your question to even hazard a guess. All cases are different and it would need to be reviewed by an experienced federal criminal defense attorney.
My husband was murdered and the person who committed the crime was first charged with 2nd degree murder and unlawful use of a deadly weapon. Now the unlawful use of a deadly weapon is changed to armed criminal action and 2nd degree murder Which is worse? Armed criminal action or unlawful use of a... Read more »
answered on Aug 10, 2020
First and foremost, sorry for your loss. That is a terrible thing to go through. Every situation is different, but typically a person who is convicted of armed criminal action in Missouri may have to serve a prison sentence of at least three years. On the other hand, an unlawful use of a weapon... Read more »
answered on Apr 14, 2020
Your question is very vague. You can do a free search of cases on Google Scholar for those words.
He also said he was investigating me for 22 days and built a case and closed my file and is turning it in to the PA and that charges will be filed.
answered on Dec 7, 2019
What's a "criminal intelligence investigator"? Make sure this isn't a scam.
He came to pick up his cousin at a hotel who was involved in a drug transaction unbeknownst to him. He saw police swarming in and took off they shot at him putting 4 bullets in his truck. Because they shouldn't have done it they are putting him in a drug conspiracy & claiming he tried to... Read more »
I will not be able to pay our debts if he goes to jail should we file bankruptcy before divorce? While he is dealing with his criminal charges?
answered on Jul 7, 2019
Without knowing your debts, no attorney can answer intelligently.
Consult directly with a bankruptcy lawyer
answered on Apr 14, 2019
It is a state law crime but I'm not aware of it being a federal crime. Perhaps if the incident occuring on federal propery, a federal charge could be added.
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