answered on Mar 19, 2023
In general, the Federal Sentencing Guidelines provide a framework for determining the appropriate sentence for a federal offense, based on the severity of the crime and the offender's criminal history. The guidelines take into account a variety of factors, including the offense level and the... Read more »
I refused the urine test, but I was informed that because I was out on BAIL that I had to take the urine test. I'm not even. up for any drug charges.
The warrant is in West Virginia
answered on Mar 29, 2022
You should repost your question to West Virginia attorneys by listing the location as West Virginia.
If yes then how is that possible and how would they not consider them a threat to society if they have killed someone they could kill again
answered on Nov 5, 2021
If the Judge has set a bond and the accused can make bond, then yes.
The will stated that if my dad dies everything goes to my step mom but my dad died before my grandpa so that doesnt make any sense and I was told by granpda when he passed the house was to be sold and split between grandkids but we are not mentioned at all in this will
answered on May 2, 2021
A West Virginia attorney could advise best here, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the loss of your grandfather. You could repost your question and add Probate and Estate Planning as categories, as you mention a will. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but... Read more »
Had a WV state trooper stop by my house a few days ago telling me a rent to own company I leased items from are pressing 2 theft charges and I think a larceny charge on me for unreturned and non-paymnt of 3 items. He said he would speak with a magistrate judge and get back with my in few days.... Read more »
answered on Apr 30, 2020
Your post remains open for two weeks and your matter is something where time is of the essence. You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney - this is not a small claims matter or consumer law matter. If you have not already, contact criminal defense attorneys - or based on your financial... Read more »
I would like to know if it would be illegal to obtain the compound THC, there are laws against weed, however THC is just one compound found in marijuana among many others in the plant. If you were to order online pure or extract THC from a different plant would this be legal? Example: LSD is... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2020
So West Virginia law is still governed by Federal US law. THC is still illegal, but some states have legalized CBD and most states can't test the difference between CBD and THC and the concentrations. Unless you are in a state that has legalized marijuana, then ordering THC online is still... Read more »
Am I in tilted to everything dad owned at his death. Cars trucks money in CDs at the bank life insurance.
I was told that they had a warrant for my arrest never told me I was under a rest nor Read Me My Rights after they handcuffed me
Is it illegal arrests according to West Virginia law
The search warrant had fun filled in blanks
answered on Aug 18, 2019
Was it an arrest warrant or a search warrant? What does fun mean?
Unles a statement is being taken from you, then rights do not have to be read. Urban legend
answered on Jul 24, 2019
If the police believed you didn’t do it, they would not request a polygraph.
Stop playing with Fire and being penny wise and dollar foolish..
You NEED to retain counsel.
pictures and grievances filed for an attorney to see. can someone help me?
answered on May 23, 2019
Contact the WVa Civil Liberties Union, ask for names of "cooperating attorneys" who handle prison litigation. They usually give free consults and can tell you if you have a case.
JaiL when I go to plead before the magistrate?
answered on Aug 23, 2018
Your question is out of my area of practice, but I believe that if you enter a not guilty plea, bail will be set. If you don't pay the bail, you will likely be held until you do make bail. If you plead guilty or are found guilty at trial, it's possible that you would be sentenced to jail.... Read more »
answered on Nov 1, 2017
Most--if not all--intentional torts ARE criminal acts. Assaults, intentionally running a vehicle into another vehicle, stealing, fraud, and other intentional, wrongful acts are both crimes and torts. I am hard-pressed to think of an intentional tort that is not a crime, but whether the criminal... Read more »
My friend is a Dr. He had an affair with a patient who I believed targeted him because she has a history of sleeping with Dr's for pain meds while blackmailing them.
answered on Sep 2, 2016
If it isn't the state that got it that way, don't see why not. The law only deals with admissabiltiy of evidence that the state gained through improper activities. If a burglar gets documents and turns them over to the government--let's say a hacker gets emails--those emails can be used as evidence.
I found out I was prego Feb 25th. I have doc documentation. I have been doing suboxone for 5 yrs. I began treatment Mar 16th. I never missed appts for the sub or baby doc. I participated in the Right From The Start, WIC, & the local pregnancy ctr programs. My son did have withdrawals from the... Read more »
answered on Nov 13, 2015
Go have a full discussion with a juvenile dependency lawyer about all of this.
answered on Nov 11, 2015
Probably not, but you should have a full discussion with a local attorney about this.
My husband were arrested for grand larceny because a man said he owned the property they were junking out an old truck that was in the river. My husband was told by family that it was owned by a recently deceased freind of his. They plead to petit larcany but we now believe that the man who said it... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2015
You cannot sue the court. You cannot sue the person either, because the defendant plead to the charge.
my 17 year old daughter think she can move in with a 22 year old man
answered on Nov 1, 2015
Do an internet search for age of consent in West Virginia. http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/west-virginia-age-of-consent-lawyers.html
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