A search warrant is issued by a Superior Court Judge (County level with full state jurisdiction). The warrant specifies a particular place. As long as the place is named in the warrant then the search is valid.
My boyfriend and I had an incident last week where the police were called. I received a victim notification form but did not ask for a restraining order, we do not want anything to come from this incident. He did not receive any paperwork himself was not detained or arrested, does this mean he was... Read more »
It does not sound like charges were filed as the police are required to charge domestic violence on a warrant. You can look to see if anything has come in the mail. I would not contact the police as that would remind them to pursue the incident. AG directives have instructed police to wait before...Read more »
I am selling some 15-round (in a 30-round body) AR-15 magazines to a NJ police officer (as far as I'm aware, LEOs are legally allowed to own 15-round magazines). I'd be traveling from PA into NJ and simply need to know whether it would be legal for me to transport them, and also to... Read more »
You would be best served retaining counsel to provide you with a well reasoned answer before committing yourself to a potential State Prison sentence. This is not something you should be obtaining from a message board.
I was arrested 10 years ago In NY when I was 22 , and i understand my conviction was conditional discharge, I wanted to know if there is anyway I can get it expunged or pardoned in any way, I have noticed that I have applied for many govt jobs and have been turned down do to my criminal background,... Read more »
While there is a moratorium on evictions, it sounds like there is domestic violence potentially at play. You may be able to obtain a temporary restraining order which would require his removal at least temporarily.
Details: The parent constantly emotionally/verbally abuses not only their mother but the child themselves and then one day has had enough , goes a little insane and then physically attacks the parent with an item that could be considered a weapon. If this were to happen, what are the consequences... Read more »
He has contacted DCPP 34 times making false allegations. He continues to contact my son son's therapist saying he forbid him from seeing her for the reasons of it being a "conflict of interest" where there is none. The real reason is shes Hispanic and he's a racist. He continues... Read more »
It can constitute harassment and a retraining order if well documented. It is difficult to make such a case, but there is case law permitting it. It is not favored by police for obvious reasons (we want people to report crimes). To have any reasonable chance you would be wise to consult with an...Read more »
Opting for the ignition interlock device is a fist conviction. You should retain counsel and determine whether the charges are defendable. You cannot appeal your decision, but you may be able to withdraw a plea. You may only appeal decisions of the judge.
If a charge has been issued then you have been “arrested”. Fortunately you are being processed on summons and not warrant which would require processing at the jail. You are facing a matter which on first offense could possibly lead to probation but the criminal record is a problem plus it...Read more »
It is severe enough that you could have a criminal conviction and loose your driving privileges for 2 years. As a first offender you most likely will not go to jail. But once on probation many get violated and do end up with worse sanctions. So I would recommend you be represented by a lawyer.
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