Family about bail. At jail, they refused to let me use it an then stated that were seizing it for evidence. They did not have a search warrant for phone and did not provide me a receipt of the seizure. Is that legal?
This is the third time being pulled over for what the police say is drug activity not finding drugs any time on any one of the searches this Time they destroy my wallet. It’s the same officer in the same town every time
Not sure what your question is her because you do not ask one. If you wish to file a law suit against the officer, you will need to hire a very specific type of Civil attorney to assist you with this matter.
Many laws are written as in he, him, and other male pronouns. Many also do have the he/she/they to include both man and woman (and whatever other weird genders and sexes lol). Let’s say a woman committed a crime as opposed to a man because the law only uses male pronouns. Could the case be thrown... Read more »
They have no hot water they have not had hot water since February 3. The water they have to drink is not drinkable. They’ve currently been a lockdown for the past couple days. So now you have inmates that are not taking showers because they are already cold and they would rather smell bad then to... Read more »
She’s trying to say I was abusive to her through the months, no reports(besides this one) have been made, she has older pictures of old relationships she may say I have caused. But she isn’t a tenant, she’s been spending nights, and the Landlord has noted she cannot issue a 5-day notice to... Read more »
You need to hire an attorney to assist you with this matter. Domestic Battery charges are very serious and could cause you issues for the rest of your life if you are convicted. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
I consulted the law library at the court house in Lake County as to what forms to appeal my case about a red light camera fine . The two forms to appeal , one about motion to vacate looks interesting. But not sure either one will work.
Everything must be done by e file online court. Also I... Read more »
Fighting these types of tickets are typically a complete waste of time and you are better off just paying the fine. If you really wish to appeal such a case, you will be wasting more time and money to do so.
Since you have been charged already, you now the answer to your question. You absolutely can be charged. Now the question is, can you be found guilty. This is a question to discuss with your attorney. Only your attorney will have to needed information in order to answer this question. If you have...Read more »
Again, these are questions to discuss with the Defendant's attorney. Only the attorney will have the needed information in order to address your concerns. If they do not have an attorney, one should be hired right away. The sooner an attorney is hired, the better.
This is really something to discuss with the Defendant's attorney. Only their attorney will have the needed information in order to address your concerns. If they have not hired an attorney yet, they need to do so right away. The sooner an attorney is hired, the better.
No. You are only entitled to an attorney if you can not afford to hire one. You need to discuss this concern with your attorney. If you do not have an attorney, you need to hire one right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
Short answer is yes. All of the people involved or believed to be involved can be charged. If you have been charged, you need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney right away. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
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 »
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