You may qualify for a court-appointed public defender. You should fill out an Affidavit of Indigency at the district clerk's office in the county in which you have been charged. The court will determine your eligibility.
Contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to see if you’re eligible for an expungement. If you are eligible, you will need an expungement eligibility certificate and the appropriate petition to be filed with the court.
I was indited on theft by identity. I was picked up on other charge an relesed on it now im indited on this with no sitation no court date nothing just hurd i was indited is that legual an it isnt a sealed inditment
Yes, this is called a direct indictment. You should contact a criminal defense attorney immediately to find out if a warrant was issued on indictment and when your arraignment will be. Perhaps they tried to send a criminal summons to an old address?
"...if a defendant has been held to answer, without being indicted, for longer than 60 days from the finding of probable cause pursuant to RCr 3.14(1), the circuit court shall, upon motion, thereupon make an order discharging such defendant from custody; or, if such defendant is free on bail that...Read more »
"...no sooner than five (5) years after the completion of the person's sentence, or five (5) years after the successful completion of the person's probation or parole, whichever occurs later." KRS 431.073.
My fiance has two daughters that I'm wanting to adopt, she is the only one on the oldest child's birth certificate, and the youngest the father is on the birth certificate, but has nothing and wants nothing to do with the child. How would we go about getting the adoption process taken care of?
Someone I used to be friends with in Michigan neglects her dog, whose a mutt. doesn't feed or water him, or take him outside, or interact with him, never been to a vet, but he's a great dog. I'm about to move to Kentucky and think I'm just going to take him with me. He gets no care and she would... Read more »
Dogs are personal property in the eyes of the law, so this would be a theft, but the theft you would be committing would actually occur in Michigan, so this is a question that should appear in Michigan criminal law questions.
My friend apparently negotiated a price and she had call ed and ask if I wanted to come over abd have fun with her and a friend n I said sure. Sure enough itvwas some guy she met on backpage were she has an ad and I got a citation also what am I facing when I go to court
You should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in order to determine any possible defenses to this charge. Check out www.kacdl.net. Prostitution is a Class B misdemeanor punishable with up to 90 days in jail and a $250.00 fine, or both. Depending upon the jurisdiction and your...Read more »
You may be eligible to petition the court for an expungement pursuant to KRS 431.078. Consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney to determine if you are eligible. Consult www.kacdl.net to find a Kentucky defense attorney in your area.
Harassing Communications is a Class B misdemeanor punishable with up to 90 days in jail, a $250.00 fine, or both. The defendant may qualify for a misdemeanor diversion program depending upon the jurisdiction and prior criminal history.
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