There are a lot of reasons why this could occur, but, no it definitely does not mean a case is going to trial with no plea deal. One reason a motion to continue is filed could be that the AUSA is about to reindict with a superseding indictment and doesn't want to arraign defendant twice and...View More
A lot depends on the specific circumstances surround the situation. If there is a valid issue with the search warrant, we can fight it by filing a motion to suppress in court and hope the judge will suppress whatever was seized during the search.
Property receipt, I’ve been told that I can go retrieve the items they took from my room. Is this true , as they took $ 2300.00 from me that I had been saving. No charges have filed on any of the individuals there nor the home owner.
I would advise that you contact a lawyer to attempt to get your items back. Since there was a search warrant executed where you live, it may mean that there is an active investigation and thus it may not be a good idea to speak to law enforcement without representation.
My fiance was arrested for aggravated battery 27 days ago. He went for bond hearing the 2nd day of him being arrested. The judge let him know the probation has a hold on him. 27 days later he was served with an arrest warrant for probation violation?
Your fiancé violated the terms of his original probation with the new arrest. In all cases, when one is put on probation, there is a statement that says "while on probation do not violate any laws" or something to that effect. So, an ARREST not conviction will trigger a probation...View More
In 2007, I was charged with a Drug Felony for Possession/Manufacturing/Sell/Distribution of Marijuana in Douglas County. They (Police) actually Kicked our doors in while I was @ work. I was called and had to leave out of surgery. When me and my mother got there; They had already left with my... View More
Unfortunately, in Georgia, you can no longer expunge your record. The new term is "restriction" and your case doesn't qualify for restriction. So, it will remain on your record.
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