How can they supersede you even after they admitted they didn't have probable cause the first time and they still charge you with the distribution and add conspiracy? Isn't that double jeopardy? Now have co-defendent that actually gave the drugs to ci yet wasnt charged until a selective... Read more »
First, it is not double jeopardy. The State is free to proceed by way of Preliminary Hearing and Indictment. If they fail at Preliminary Hearing, they are free to seek an Indictment. Second, you could be charged if you were involved in any way. Finally, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney...Read more »
i got two tickets in carol stream IL on October 29th, 2020 my court date on the ticket said January 26th 2021. but then in the mail i got a new date saying September 29th 2021, this is very far away and over 60 days by a lot its over more than 200! so I'm wondering if I can ask for dismissal... Read more »
I have heard these types of arguments in the past and they have failed each and every time. Also, due to COVID, this type of argument will absolutely fail. Regardless, you will want to appear and see what happens in court. At the very least you will want to ask for Court Supervision.
What do you do? You hire a Criminal Defense Attorney to assist you with this matter right away. That attorney will attempt to have the ticket amended to a Petty Offense, but they will need time to work on the case. BTW, it does not matter what the speed limit was in prior blocks, it only matters...Read more »
He hit a dear and flipped it.. He tryed to get back to his friend and hit a building and left. Cops came and gave him tickets. They came back next day to change it couse the mair of the town called and said he wants the address of the accident on the ticket so they can sue him for the damage. The... Read more »
Tickets can be amended until the start of a trial on those tickets. Your son is facing some very serious charges and needs the assistance of an attorney. The sooner you hire an attorney to assist him, the better.
I was in a weather related car accident that resulted in injury and I was given a ticket that got put in my twins account, I went to court to explain the mixup and the judge initially told me he would throw it out but it was in her name so that had to be corrected first. I then missed the following... Read more »
Yes, but you really should hire an attorney to assist you with this matter. Since you failed to appear in court as directed, a default judgment was entered against you. In order to remove this judgment, a Motion to Vacate will have to be filed and properly served on the prosecutor. The Motion will...Read more »
Yes, and it is referred to as pretrial services. If you fail to do what is ordered, your bond will be revoked and you will remain in custody until your case is resolved. This is really something you should be discussing with your attorney. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you need to do so...Read more »
What? Your question is a little confusing. If you have been charged with an offense, you should hire a Criminal Defense Attorney to assist you right away. If you have been a victim of a crime, you need to report it right away and the prosecutor will decide who should be charged, not you.
My daughter was traveling through Illinois on her way back to Arkansas from seeing a friend. She Hydroplaned on the freeway after hitting standing water going 55 in a 65 she went off the road and totaled her car and she got a traffic ticket. No other vehicles or personnel were involved. It was... Read more »
I haven't been to court since January 2020 this case is almost two years old. They keep postponing due to this or that. No court reporter, judge cancels court, the janitor was sick. Can they really just make stuff up to postpone my court date. I have was not there and the times I did go it was... Read more »
It all depends on the case. You need to have your parents hire a Criminal Defense Attorney to assist you with this matter right away. Statements are evidence, so to day there is no evidence is not a correct statement.
You are allowed two moving violation convictions every 24 months when you are under 21. I do not suggest just paying this ticket. Even though the ticket is marked No Appearance Required, you must appear in court and request Court Supervision at the very least. You will be required to pay a higher...Read more »
You need a Criminal Defense Attorney if you have not hired one already. The State can force her to appear in court and if she fails to appear in court, the can ask the Judge to issue a warrant for her arrest. You need an attorney now.
You must hire a Criminal Defense Attorney to assist you with this matter right away. The State can forcer her to appear in court and if she fails to appear, the State can ask the Judge to issue a warrant for her arrest. Hire an attorney now.
You must not just pay this ticket because it will lead to a conviction on your record and if you receive a second one within 24 months, your license will be suspended. You must appear in court and request Court Supervision. You will have to pay a higher fine and complete Traffic Safety School but...Read more »
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