Applying for a job now and doing some research if it would affect getting employed by Wells Fargo, I find it was repealed Dec 2002. So, I feel I shouldn't have ever been charged (or charged inappropriately) and may be able to have that one and only charge I ever had disappear somehow... Any incite??
It may have been repealed for a number of reasons and this does not mean you are entitled to have it expunged. That crime now exists under 18 Sec 2709. However if it was a summary offense there is a procedure for expungement when you have been crime free for 5 years since the conviction (guilty...View More
She found the wallet and didn't give it to the clerks because she had read about how a woman's husband lost his wallet and someone turned it into the clerk, but the clerk, instead of keeping it safe, took the man's bank card and spent his money, so she didn't turn it in right... View More
She should get a lawyer because it sounds like she has a pretty good defense. "THEFT OF PROPERTY LOST, MISLAID: A person who comes into control of property of another that he knows to have been lost or mislaid . . . is guilty of theft if, with intent to deprive the owner thereof, he fails to...View More
If the parents are separated with equal custody (haven't ever been in court), and one parent has a list of people they do not like that happen to be the other parent's friends, can the first parent tell the second parent that the child is not allowed around those people? (The dislike is... View More
This is normally done in the context of an adoption either by another adult (such as a stepparent) or by putting the child up for adoption with an agency. A party needs to petition the court and consent to the termination.
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