A person can be charged if they make a false report to law enforcement. Law enforcement is often skeptical if a person contacts law enforcement and says they are victim of domestic violence and then later recants the statement. It is a common fact pattern for a victim of domestic violence to...Read more »
He is entitled to a pro bono attorney through the public defender's office. At the first hearing, the Court will ask him if he can afford an attorney. If he says no, the Court will appoint him an attorney pro bono from the public defender's office.
At least in Nebraska, once diversion is completed, the charge is dismissed and the file sealed. Thus, generally the charge and the diversion completion won't show on a standard criminal background check.
victum of crimes, idenity theft, synthteic idenity theft, full reports of synthetic idenity theft, mix match combinations of several diff ccredit reports to make up fake identies, extreme misuse and abuse of my ssn, linked to another ssn, causing all this hvac, in 2018 i was a mother in need, this... Read more »
I'm not sure I follow your question but the Federal Trade Commission has some suggested steps to take if you believe you are the victim of identity theft. This might be a good resource for you to start with.
An "attempt" offense is generally a lesser offense that can still be supported by the same general facts. These are often used as part of plea offer as "attempt" offenses often carry a lesser minimum/maximum sentencing range than the offense itself. Thus, the prosecutor may...Read more »
My brother was out on bond on a felony charge, and forgot to appear in court. He has never done this before. Court was at 930 am. He was arrested at 2:00 pm for failure to appear. I read ne rev statute 29-908, and it says you have 3 days to surrender yourself before being charged. Would that apply... Read more »
To avoid her possibly staying overnight to see the judge the next day regarding bond, I emptied my savings account to post the $5k bond. It created a bit of a hardship on my end. She has an attorney now. Even though we have already posted the bond and had her released, can we still ask the court... Read more »
Only the client can fire the attorney and give direction to the attorney on how to represent the client. Further, from your statement here, it sounds like the attorney is performing or performed his or her duties but perhaps the client/your friend is not helping his or her own case...It would be...Read more »
Discovery shows the exact info used to enter my husbands residents in Dec 2019 (we had been seperated over a yr) which had nothing to do with me. Boyfriends past record, & surveillance conducted at neighbors 4-5 blocks away, & a guy who claims to have purchased drugs from me the night he... Read more »
Whether you have a sound basis to suppress or keep out of evidence the contraband they found after entering your living space is a matter that should be discussed with a criminal defense attorney retained or appointed by the Court. If you don't already have an attorney, either pay for and...Read more »
Im on probation and my out patient counsoler recommended me for intensive Outpatient Treatment because I missed a few classes I also missed one of those so she then in turn contacted my probate probation officer and told her that I need intensive outpatient treatment she's and made me go to a... Read more »
If there is another treatment program that is a better fit and the person has been accepted into that program, then it is possible to transition a person from one program to the other. The person would want to coordinate with the probation officer to make sure they are also aware of the transfer...Read more »
I can't get ahold of my PD, and haven't been able to for several days. I would like to call the district Court and ask for more info about the plea deal, but I'm not sure if this would harm my case in any way. (Ex. Could this get back to the county attorney somehow)
Are you saying that you were allegedly shoplifting and you would prefer just to pay a fine rather than go to court? Generally, you are required to appear in court when charged with shoplifting. You will want to retain an attorney prior to your first hearing or appear at the hearing and request a...Read more »
My lawyer wants to do depositions, she got an approval from the judge. I dont want to do that because itll be more trouble. I just want to move to a different step or just asl for a plea deal. Can they do that if I request them to?
The party that requested the deposition can generally cancel the deposition. Whether this is in your best interest is another issue. If the prosecutor requested the deposition (or both parties requested it), then the defense generally can't just cancel the deposition. The prosecutor...Read more »
For a violation of probation, you can generally be sentenced up to the maximum jail time allowed under the original offense convicted of. Thus, if a person was convicted of a misdemeanor, the maximum jail time is generally the maximum jail time allowed for the misdemeanor, even if the original...Read more »
Many counties post their active warrants on their county sheriff's website. You could also do a case search on the Nebraska Judicial Department website if you believe the warrant is in Nebraska. https://supremecourt.nebraska.gov/e-services
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