It was the week before covid hit new york. After i mailed it i never heard back, I have severe anxiety and am scared to call the courthouse only for them to tell me i might have a a warrant out for my arrest. After covid hit i lost my job and I had a lot of personal problems that caused me to have... Read more »
I've been accused of 7 charges, false written statement, 3 counts criminal mischief ,1 with intent to damage property, arson, desecration of a cemetery, criminal mischief: hate crime i need advice I have both of the statements mine and the other person involved, i did not commit any of these... Read more »
I do not believe it will affect your GA drivers license, but you should check with the GA DMV to be certain. You should consider retaining a NY attorney to represent in this matter. You would not have to appear.
If you get a coverage letter from the insurance company indicating that on the date in question, the vehicle’s insurance policy was in full force and effect, the ticket will be dismissed. The courts will not accept and insurance card or a letter from a broker. It needs to come from your insurance...Read more »
Do not concern yourself with the Improper Plates charge which is a 0 Point violation and not a crime. The DWI is a misdemeanor (criminal) offense which carries a whole hot of penalties through the court and DMV if you are convicted. Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney for proper...Read more »
7 Years ago (age 20-22?) I was charged with Felony Grand Larceny. I have done several background checks and I’m unable to find the charge. The situation was very unique and borderline civil! The judge I could tell was unhappy with me being there (she said multiple times “I don’t like this at... Read more »
If you plead guilty to a crime, I doubt it was sealed. When the courts finally re-open after this pandemic, go to the court clerks office and request a Certificate of Disposition. You can possibly have your matter sealed after 10 years after the conviction pursuant to CPL section 160.59
I was the passenger in a car where the driver license was suspended. I was instructed to get in the driver seat because my license was valid. I also received a ticket for oper/permit/lic reg art 7, which is also a misdemeanor. What does that ticket even mean? And would it be dismissed because my... Read more »
If your license was not suspended on the date of the incident, the ticket for driving with a suspended license should be dismissed. Where was this ticket issued? You should speak to an attorney for possible representation.
Do NOT speak with anyone from law enforcement anymore if you do not want to move forward. Do not sign anything if emailed or mailed to you. Your boyfriend should consult with and hire an experienced criminal defense attorney ASAP.
I got a ticket 2 years ago in the bronx for texting and driving which is 5 points. Than a ticket 2 months later which I didnt plead guilty to for going 21 over the speed limit which is 5 points. My court date is in mid july if I get convicted would it automatically suspend my license. After this... Read more »
I received an unregistered summons in New York City from a New York State cop...This was actually written on a car I was loaned from a dealer.. A plate reader picked it up Cop told me the dealer's registration was expired upon review it was expired. I plead not guilty and that was a year ago... Read more »
Was that the only ticket that you received? If so, get a letter from the dealer that it was their vehicle and proof that the car was re-registered. You can have an attorney to represent you and you would not even have to appear.
When I was brought back to the police headquarters the officer instructed me to look at the wall. NOTE: I was not given a clear and unequivocal warning that a chemical test was being performed and the consequences of not performing the test.
With that said, I replied to him, "look at... Read more »
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