I'm not fully certain that I understand your question. In a generic sense, it is possible to drop felony charges to misdemeanor charges; however, it sounds like you are in a tough situation, just base upon what you said. You need to consult local criminal defense counsel as soon as possible.
I chose not to go with down to the hospital but my blood pressure was 80 / 60 they strongly advise me to but I chose not to I didn't want to walk back and could not afford it plus I felt better after I threw up a few times in their presence It also says in the paper that they gave me when they... Read more »
But the whole reason i ran is i have ptsd and it triggered a flash back and subsequently a panic attack so i freaked drove off,is not a way i can recieve probation instead of prison bc of my mental condition
Criminal law is difficult to judge as providing an answer. If you are going for probation instead of prison, then you will have to provide affidavits, depositions, or live testimony from your provider. I would not enter into a plea bargain without first contacting a local criminal defense...Read more »
Last 4 years of my fathers life I took care of him by doing anything and everything that a person who can barely walk and who can’t drive needs to have done. My dad told me that If I did those things I could live with him rent free and he’d help me with anything I needed. Year one I helped... Read more »
There are a lot of considerations in this type of situation. If you have an advanced directive, which is essentially a power of attorney for health care, and a regular power of attorney for financial issues, that will help. The next consideration is nursing home care, and, statistics show that a...Read more »
Ok my wife got interstate probation transfered to Indiana from Tennessee there was a domestic issue in the home probation officer told her she had to go live with her uncle in Kentucky gave her a travel permit on her visit to probation she failed a drug test and probation officer call her uncle ask... Read more »
First of all, violation of probation is treated seriously. It really depends on the PO and the judge. Some of my clients get violated after 4 times, and for others it is earlier. There are a lot of scenarios. Jail time is common; however, a lot of time if you are working, you can do it on...Read more »
You've given them notice, but if you are serious about it, in a criminal sense, then you need to file for an Order of Protection with your local police department. If they bother you then, you have the right to call the police and have them arrested. As always, I suggest consulting with a local...Read more »
I'm not sure what the question is, because this is a statement. In Tennessee, shoplifting is formally called Theft of Property $500 or less. Theft in Tennessee is graded by dollar amounts–$500, $1000, $10,000, and anything over $10,000. Theft $500 or less is a Class A misdemeanor, punishable up...Read more »
What will be my income if I’m taking to court my employer gave me 3 weeks to pay that money but I just got new job and no I won’t start until the 27th of May and I wont get paid until the 5 of June I’m in the state of Tennessee just need help
My boyfriend has been in jail for almost 6 months now. He got arrested for drugs and guns and they sent the drugs off to see what they were. Tuesday the judge said he had time served and that Thursday he could sign his deal and get out Wednesday. However, the arresting officer was not there and now... Read more »
The severity of the punishment for aggravated assault will depend on your intent when the assault occurred. For instance, if the aggravated assault was intentional, then you may be charged with a class C felony in Tennessee. This means that you could spend anywhere from 3 to 15 years in prison if...Read more »
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