The reason 4 park rangers pulled me over at the same time was my ex called and said I was going to hurt myself. Once they questioned me and saw I was ok, they made me get out and perform sobriety tests which I passed. It was then they said I was speeding and swerving and that was the reason they... Read more »
Police are entitled to do "investigative questioning" without reading your Miranda rights. Once you are arrested, usually handcuffed, then they are required to read you your rights. The problem is that often the officers will gather everything they need for a DUI conviction during their...Read more »
I was in a domestic violence relationship with a juvenile age 17 and i am 18. I have a court protective order against him can i remove that and if so how? How many years of probation would he get? And who can i contact to know how many years he gets? I live in California thank you.
Only Congress has the power to prosecute the president, and since Republicans hold the majority power in all three branches of government, they don't want to prosecute the president even if he may be guilty of crimes.
Not having a lawyer is a big deal, and makes every difference in the world. The victim can always try to recant that statement, but 911 phone calls and initial statements to police are recorded and can be used by aggressive District Attorneys to try to force the victim into testifying or...Read more »
It will depend on your brother's criminal history, his home behavior, his behavior at school, and the county he's in. As well as how good his attorney is, and how bad the DA is. Many factors come into play determining whether or not a minor will spend time in jail.
It is likely a misdemeanor. The civil demand--whether it is paid or not--will have zero effect on a criminal case thru the District Attorney's office. The case may be defendible, but you won't know until you consult with a knowledgeable, experienced criminal defense attorney. Contact a few in your...Read more »
The first thing to do is talk to your attorney. If you don't have one, get one. This is technically a violation and you could lose out on earning a dismissal (with DEJ) if you are not properly prepared for court. Meet with an experienced not younger newer lawyer, to find out what you can do.
Of course you can. If you get newly arrested and are charged for a new crime, there is potential for a new connection for a felony. Whether it is a misdemeanor or felony will depend on how badly injured the "victim" is and how aggressive the DA wants to be .
My son pushed his girlfriend and she pinched him , during the incident her 5yr old daughter was present and thier 4 month old. The girlfriend called the cops, but the cops never contacted my son and the girlfriend still came around. The GF has a therapist and mentioned to him that my son has a... Read more »
Gf has a choice to make and can't let herself be pressured by a judge for a Restraining Order. She decides, not a judge. Your son should not pressure gf to avoid a RO, because that could lead to additional criminal charges.
My nine year old heard a loud noise during an argument and called the police to say my husband had slammed me to the ground. This did not happen, nor was he in the room. I had no marks and was adamant that no physical contact occurred, yet they arrested my husband anyway.
I have one DUI on my record that happen 8/11/12 in Los Angeles county and convicted 6/4/2013 with count 02 Charge Section 23152(B) and count 01 Charge Section 23152(A) was dismissed. I complied with the court and DMV prerequisites to complete my case. As an... Read more »
When you have a criminal record, and you want to apply for citizenship, you seriously need the help of an attorney to analyze your situation very carefully. Whether or not to file citizenship is a difficult question, because immigration authorities look at someone's criminal record in a different...Read more »
While he is doing his time in a San Bernardino County Facility my friend wants to know if he can do anything about his fugitive hold from AZ. Is there a way he can have someone go on his behalf to a court date or some type of paperwork he can sign and have sent back to AZ? Any kind of advice would... Read more »
To begin with I went to a paralegal some years ago intending to leave my house to my son after my passing. But recently, I came to find out, that his name was added to the title of ownership instead. The paralegal whom I went with then for assistance is no longer around. At that time my son was a... Read more »
You can absolutely get a restraining order against your son. But you should know, if it is granted. you might be making your son homeless. If you get a stay away order, then your son won't be able to live in his own home--it happens all the time with domestic violence criminal protective orders.
I recently got a ticket for doing remodeling without having a contractor license and will need to court. Can I still get my green card? I have not gone to court to plea guilty yet. Should I delay the court until I get my greencard. Will the immigration run a background check one more time before... Read more »
You probably will not be granted a green card if criminal charges are pending. It is worth your money to consult with an immigration and criminal attorney, or one who does both, to be sure that the criminal charges are resolved in a way that don't put your chances for a green card in danger.
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