I had sentencing on april 21st of 2020 in fulton county ohio common pleas court however I missed it but turned myself in as soon as the order was lifted and was sentenced may 8th but then was indicted on may 22nd for failure to appear
care for 4 months and I haven't asked for a penny. But the State of KY is still receiving $ every month and my husband and I are the ones who are providing for her. We will have permanent custody in 2 months which means I would have her for 6 months. Is it illegal for the County to keep... Read more »
It’s up to the court to rule on motions to continue hearings. The county can only ask. As long as the court keeps granting them, it’s legal. You could start to object and perhaps the court will see fit to put a stop to the delays.
Students will be randomly selected throughout the semester, 100 at a time. Students with no symptoms, no contact tracing, perfectly random. If they choose not to be tested they will be made to “ quarantine “until they comply. They will not be allowed to attend their classes. This is only for... Read more »
That’s a rather strange scheme. There’s little precedent on a lot of these issues. General, common sense health precautions are likely to be upheld in court. But this does seem wrongheaded. For one thing, with limited testing resources, it makes sense to focus on those with symptoms or probable...Read more »
Every crime carries a range of potential punishments. The sentence imposed will be up to a judge based on the crime(s) of conviction, the facts and circumstances, and the history of the defendant. Agg. Menacing is a first degree misdemeanor carrying up to 180 days in jail. You should work with an...Read more »
Each court's ILC program is a bit different. But generally, it involves filing a motion requesting ILC, going to a meeting with the probation department to determine eligibility, entering a guilty plea (though the court will hold that in abeyance, meaning you will not convicted at the time you...Read more »
My ex girlfriend was supposed to drop my son off. She called when she parked on my street and I told her I'd be out to get him. She came inside while I got pants and shoes. My son was asleep. I tried to put him in bed, but he woke up. I got him food and let him eat in my room. While I did... Read more »
Paying rent and half the utilities even though our nams isnt on anything. I have multiple people who can say we have been living there. Well we recently found out that they arnt adding us and they are breaking there lease and moving. I was wondering if by law if they are just allowed to kick us... Read more »
Who is liable for the vet Bill's of my dog and my child who was bit, the rescue has refused to come get the dog several times after aggressive behavior from the person she stuck with the dog, the dog passed away in the attack. The dog was still owned by the indiana rescue, they abandoned the... Read more »
The notion that a citizen “files” charges is inaccurate. Citizens report what they want to the police. Police investigate. Prosecutor decides whether or not to file charges. Anyone’s report could lead to a prosecution. Many domestic violence cases are reported by friends, family, or neighbors.
In April I was charged with violating a CPO after having to vacate my house.( wife and I are divorcing). I went to court date in May and the case was continued due to Covid19. The new court date was sent to my house which I dont have access to and I failed to appear at the arraignment. I looked for... Read more »
There’s no guarantee. You’ll just have to ask your lawyer and request the court drop the monitoring requirement and tell the judge why that would be a good idea. Some judges are flexible, others are not.
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