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Q: i have a freind who is charged with attempting to disarm a police officer, what is the potential outcome of that charge

we already have a lawyer and there are other charges as well from a domestic, i am the victim in the domestic but i am not pressing charges, so hopefully they will get dropped, this is also my partner. the thing that worries me the most is the other charge, i do not want to see him go to state... Read more »

Steve Edward Jarmon Jr.
Steve Edward Jarmon Jr. answered on Sep 6, 2019

It would depend on the circumstances but there are a myriad of charges that can come from the described activity. A person could be charged with Resisting Arrest, Recklessly Endangering another Person, Obstruction of Justice, Disorderly Conduct, Aggravated Assault, etc.

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Q: I did 5 to 10 years ,now my 10 years is up soon ,I also got 10 years probation how can I avoid this I was 17 years old
Steve Edward Jarmon Jr.
Steve Edward Jarmon Jr. answered on Apr 29, 2014

One option that you may have is to petition the court where you were sentenced to terminate your probation early. You should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney in the county which the offense occurred to determine the likelihood that a petition would be granted.

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Q: If robbery was committed how many years would they get or how to knock down the charge possibly?
Steve Edward Jarmon Jr.
Steve Edward Jarmon Jr. answered on Apr 29, 2014

Many factors would be in play to determine what the potential sentence would be for Robbery. Among them would be the defendant's prior record, county the crime occurred in, the particular judge hearing the case, as well as the particular circumstances of the robbery itself, i.e (was a weapon used,... Read more »

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