In order to get a warrant recalled, you must appear in court. It is possible to do this in two ways: You can surrender to law enforcement and post bail and get a date to appear in court in the future or you can walk into court, have the case set on calendar and appear before the judge. Only then...Read more »
Often what we do in this situation is wait until your wife is no longer mad at you and then have her interviewed by a private investigator. We submit the new statement to law enforcement or the prosecutor and they then realize they have a problem with their case. Sometimes I even recommend two...Read more »
I was arrested and charged with two felonies a few days ago. I am a 17 year old girl and it is my first offense. I was charged with conspiracy and possession of stolen property. The police took my Apple phone and have it as evidence but their is a passcode on it. I have two questions. The first is:... Read more »
Generally, a warrant is required to access a cellular phone here in California. Once they get a warrant to search the phone, they can look at anything that leads to evidence in their case or evidence of a crime.
I'm scared this was all a big mis understanding and I'm out on a 50,000 dollar bail. My court date isn't for a couple months. Do you have any insight on ever could happen to me, ? I have a 2 year old and I can't be in prison.
You should not post any potentially incriminating statements on public forums. Please talk to a criminal defense attorney in a confidential setting. I certainly gave some other thoughts for you as well as questions.
Speak to your lawyer about this. You may or may not have standing to bring such a motion. If you have standing, it sounds like the motion should have been brought already. If you lack standing, maybe you can use the unlawful search to your advantage in settlement negotiations.
My girlfriend used my car without my knowledge and got it towed because she did not have a valid driver's license I went to the tow company there was no one there so I retrieve my car is this a criminal matter or a civil matter?
What happens will likely depend upon the extent of the injuries and whether or not the 16 year old has any criminal history. I regret that I do not have enough information to make an accurate assessment of what may happen. Please do not discuss the case with anyone except an experienced criminal...Read more »
First, you should not advertise this to the public. Only speak about the facts of any potentially unlawful conduct to a lawyer and only do this in a confidential manner. Many lawyers will offer a free consultation. Call one.
The first step would be to deal with getting the car back....Read more »
You could face jail time, probation, fines/fees and a drub rehabilitation program. Please talk to a lawyer about your options.
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