Your offender class determines parole eligibility, which you do not list. It is possible that you would be eligible for parole now if not for the AZ hold for a VOP. Read your Judgment of Conviction verbatim. I am not sure that another State's incarceration can be credited here, but this...Read more »
Either a Class B Misdemeanor 6 months or Class A Misdemeanor 11 months, 29 days. There may be other charges. Where is his lawyer? Call the Court Clerk and find out what he is convicted of or charged with.
Afew mins. Earlier and I guess she called the police on me. I was transported from. the scene by ambulance to the er because the officer felt there was something bad wrong with me and when was checked by the doctor at er it was discovered my kidneys were about shut down. Drug test revealed I had... Read more »
No one could tell you for sure what would happen prior to a judge hearing evidence in a case. However, it sounds like these kids need representation from an attorney who will look out for their futures. Depending on the charges, the kids' lives could be impacted in a negative way.
Criminal Summons is a Citation to appear to answer for a criminal charge. No arrest at this time but you will probably have to be booked. So no arrest, no bail needed (at this time). Those are both serious Felonies and you will need to hire a competent attorney to show up with you at Court.
..handcuffed me, took me to jail. I filed a counter-claim which was never replied to/answered; I gave them 30 days...no reply/so I gave them ANOTHER 30 days/STILL NO REPLY. They ACQUIESCED so I recorded the judgement. Over 1 year passed, NOW they say I am guilty of: 39-16-510. Retaliation for past... Read more »
There is no counterclaim to a criminal charge. If the criminal charge was dismissed, you might have had a civil rights action for an illegal arrest. But from the facts given, it does not look like that was the case. You will need to hire an attorney.
I take my medication in the morning before work and afternoon while at work. I don't want to take my entire bottle to and from work and risk it being stolen or lost. I also can't go out to my car during my shift and must bring it inside with me. So I put one pill in the tiny pocket in my... Read more »
My co-workers house got broken into, so she would like to protect herself but has those misdemeanors and is scared to ask for advice from any legal representative EDIT: her charges have been dropped from felony to misdemeanors, and will be expandable AFTER probation period has ended
Burglary is never a Misdemeanor, so a conviction will be fatal. She will not pass a NCI, but if she has no firearm disabilities, she can possess firearms and ammo. It sounds like she needs an attorney to examine her criminal history as she is confused.
I had already been arrested and was in the cell in the jailhouse when they pulled me out and questioned me about me and my son selling drugs in which we did not but can my statement be inadmissible because I was intoxicated on drugs?
I saved someone whos heart had stopped, they became stiff, unresponsive and blue. i got pulse back and held it until the cops and emt arrived. They mysteriously found drugs in my property, which I told them specifically that I wasnt comfortable with because i was alone and frazzled and hAd also... Read more »
I have been getting beat and verbally abused for years by him. I was arrested 3 times because he called in as the abused and I was protecting myself from me extensive injury. My charges were dropped. I lived with him the whole time even though I was legally not allowed in his home. Until last... Read more »
I was not on parole/probation; I received my rights back in June of 2020; I’m being charged with a class b felony or a c right now; I’m hoping it can be mended down to a class e which carries 1-6 yrs @30%.
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