Is the case still pending? Often times when you have a crime of violence or weapons, you will have a condition of probation be that you are not permitted to own or possess any deadly or dangerous weapons. If you have been placed on probation in the misdemeanor and that is a condition of...Read more »
Yes. The prosecution has 1 year to file charges on most misdemeanors and 3 years for most felony cases. Just because you were initially released when the prosecution failed to file in time, does not mean that they cannot later file charges.
Daughter went voluntarily to court to ask judge for an extension on completing her DUI classes so that she has time to get herself into a drug treatment program. Judge gave her a 6 month extension, then imposed 45 days in jail for violating probation. My daughter denied her probation violation, the... Read more »
Yes. She has the right to an attorney at her probation violation hearing. Probation is currently revoked and she should ask the Judge for a continuance in order to hire counsel. It sounds like the Judge found her in violation of probation without a formal hearing and without her admitting the...Read more »
If your case is not in warrant status, you may hire a private attorney to handle the matter for you. There is a penal code section in CA that allows attorneys to appear on behalf of their clients without them being present.
You will need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to defend against this Estes Robbery if you are facing criminal charges. This is a serious felony and only the proper representation will be able to properly assist you in defending against the charges.
It depends. Did you ever go back to court? If there is a warrant out for your arrest, you will need to first clear that warrant. You will then need to convince a Judge that you are now prepared to finish the classes. This will constitute a violation of your probation. You need to hire an...Read more »
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