Depending on what type of case it is, there may be avenues to seal the official records. But that doesn't mean that news reports or entries on websites like mugshots.com will disappear. Talk with a lawyer privately.
Assume theft charges have been filed (I don’t know how guy would’ve been caught otherwise). And when I say can he keep the money I mean to use after he serves his time. Can he refuse to return the money?
A cyber criminal who steals billions and gets caught is facing decades in prison on both a state and federal level. He or she needs to hire an attorney ASAP. As for the money, they will do everything they can to get it back. It will be ordered as restitution, if he is convicted. The government will...Read more »
Yes, of course she can. While it is frustrating to be the subject of false reports, the police are not going to assume one report is false just because a previous one was. After all, doing so would be tantamount to concluding that a person who lied in one report couldn't possibly be the victim...Read more »
Your question does not contain enough information to provide you an answer. It appears you have a question about timing requirements when you miss an interview with USCIS. You should contact a local immigration attorney ASAP, if you missed an interview.
You need to talk to a lawyer in Texas. The rules vary from state to state but the prosecutor may well seek to introduce such evidence as evidence of prior bad acts even if you do not testify and even though the offense is neither recent or serious as convicted. It's evidence rule 404b in Ohio...Read more »
Arriving at my granddaughter’s elementary school for an approved PTO volunteering event at the requested time, Right away I was met with resistance. She began using her phone. She inquired to several ladies standing close by a loc of someone.... Read more »
The law does not require the schools to allow any particular person to volunteer and there are literally hundreds of reasons from the mundane (we have enough help) to the quite serious (this individual set fire to the building last time they were here) that someone might be turned away.
You amend a complaint by filing a new document titled Amended Complaint with the changes you are making. If suing the prosecutor, one would generally sue the elected individual in their representative capacity, and if alleging malicious wrongdoing, in their personal capacity as well, along with any...Read more »
I was a part of a domestic case where I stated to police that I witnessed said act happen. I did not and later told cops I lied. Defendant dropped domestic case but they still trying to charge me with criminal charges for filing a false report. Can they still charge me even tho case has been... Read more »
Yes they can. Falsification is a separate crime completely apart from whatever else may or may not have happened. If anything the DV being dropped hurts you because it tends to suggest you did in fact lie. You should get an attorney.
No. The First Amendment protects you from government interference, not private parties. Apps, employers, and other private organizations and companies are free to allow access to only those who adhere to polices regulating speech.
my first hearing ruled in my favor, however the second one ruled against me on the grounds of my age and some deterioration after years of working. I had no problem with my shoulder until that day. When it first happened I thought it was a simple strain and finished my shift. I iced it as often... Read more »
Since jurisdiction is separated in two categories being subject matter and personal a court must have both to adjudicate the case and personal jurisdiction is given when you go voluntarily to court if you do not go voluntarily the court does that deprive the court of personal jurisdiction therefore... Read more »
If it happened in two different places at two different times, how is it the same charge? If you mean can you be charged with the same crime more than once the answer is yes, if you commit the same offense more than once, you can be charged more than once.
If there is a no contact order arising out of a criminal case, or out a juvenile court case, children's services cannot override such an order and permit visitation because they would literally be facilitating a crime. It is against the law to violate a no contact order.
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