If a youthful offender sentence was imposed, there is generally a 6 year maximum COMBINED for prison and probation, so if he did in fact get 10 total years it certainly should be looked into by hiring an attorney.
It actually could be much worse then assault. Perhaps even throwing a deadly missle/object which is a 2nd degree felony. If you have been charge or are being investigated, you need an attorney immediately.
A male resident/inmate got out of controlled and pushed me down after he was attempting to punch me in my face I swung my arm out and started knocked his hand down whenever he tried to hit me in my face. This resident has sent me to the hospital before and the hospital did nothing as far as follow... Read more »
Only the State can charge you criminally with battery, so it's not your employer charging you. If you have a criminal charge pending against you then you need to hire a criminal defense lawyer to fight the case for you.
The only way that charge can be expunged is if either the state attorney declined to file on the case, the case was filed but dismissed by the state or court, or if you were acquitted or found not guilty of the charges at a trial. If you pled guilty or no contest to the case, even if you received a...Read more »
If it hasn't been cleared or taken care of, then I would assume it is still active. I'm not sure how you would find out thought as they generally don't just list warrants on their web sites or databases.
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