What happened to the second time you violate any Epo ? Does it turn into a felony?
answered on Dec 4, 2022
In Kentucky, violation of an EPO constitutes contempt of court which is prosecuted as a Misdemeanor A (can be jailed up to 365 days on conviction). There is no enhancement of this misdemeanor penalty to felony.
answered on Nov 18, 2022
If a defendant has been held to answer, without being indicted, for longer than 90 days from the finding of probable cause, the circuit court shall, upon motion, order discharge of a defendant from custody. The problem in your scenario is that his 60 days expires on a court holiday. If such a... Read more »
answered on Nov 11, 2022
Most will but there are exceptions to discharge. The most common non-dischargeable debts are domestic support obligations, student loan debt, and most tax debt owed to federal, state or local governments. Debts from misrepresentations made to get credit, debts arising from fraud, "willful... Read more »
He has a clerk job he makes about $1400 clear a month after taxes He has also defaulted in a civil lawsuit
answered on Aug 24, 2022
If he files a bankruptcy, you will need to file a proof of claim that shows you are a creditor entitled to payment.
sheriffs office for you to be arrested right?!
answered on Aug 17, 2022
Persecute - I hope not. I think you're talking about prosecution of a shoplifting offense. Let's examine a chain of events for a standard shoplifting charge: Retail personnel observe suspicious activity and alert the store's loss prevention personnel or the police that merchandise... Read more »
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