Im wondering if the person who overdosed can claim affirmative defense and how it works. Its 58-37-8(16) of the utah crimial code im wondering about. About a month ago i overdosed and i was arrested. Now im facing possesion charges. I dont have a lawyer so i have been trying to research as much as... Read more »
Im going through a divorce its been 9 months waiting. I fell in love with someone who has misdemeanors for dumb traffic things. He had some stuff in his teens. Hes changed and wanting to be a fireman or go into marines to be a combat medic. Im worried that my Ex husband who is not a good guy might... Read more »
They have him in jail since April 17 on a fingerprint his appointed lawyer don't help him he just wants him to sighn a paper to send him to prison I dont think he should be in there only for a fingerprint they have no other evidence against him hes not on camera they have no Witnesses the... Read more »
If AP&P and assisting officer searched a parolees room and led to an arrest, can AP&P then reach out to their friend who is former law enforcement (who was romantically involved with parolee) about the arrest? Can they also pick up the parolees belongings from the Inn they were staying at... Read more »
I case there are anyone who seen my previous messages I thought I was paranoid so got my own urine test from doctor came up clean now found out downstairs neighbor and across the street neighbor broke into my back window hide something in my spare bedroom they did not know I was taking out garbage... Read more »
As you have been told before by me and other attorneys, you need to hire an attorney if you have been charged with a crime. You cannot represent yourself on this by asking questions online. All cases are very fact specific and there is no silver bullet to defend you. Please call an attorney.
“But the interpretive rule of legislative acquiescence bars us from disregarding that body’s failure to amend the drug possession statute for the last 40 years.” - IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON "...statute was unconstitutional, violating due process clause protections... Read more »
I was recently raided with a search for fire arms and electronic devices. While they were searching some of the officers seen allegedly other stolen items. The officers then got another warrent after searching house. Is that legal?
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