The Federal Government does not call to say they have a warrant for their arrest. They simply serve said warrant and your in jail or at least in front of a Federal Judge. In general the Federal Government doesn't even call people at least not without sending a letter first.
with. Under my case file, it says it's for stealing, but I pled not guilty, and then missed my trial arraignment. I should only have a warrant for missing my court date since I was never officially sentenced, right? Should I turn myself in?
The amount of time a person spends in prison is up to the parole board. There are factors that they consider such any mandatory minimums including those for prior remands to prison and for certain types of charges. His behavior in prison including any rules violations or if he takes classes will...View More
Short answer is yes. Long answer is yes and Next Friend doesn't really mean that much in a custody proceeding. The Court will appoint a GAL if there is need for your children's interest to be represented in Court with the correct motion. Ultimately you need an attorney to help you with...View More
They were arrested on a possession charge but were not read their Miranda rights and this is their first charge. No criminal history what so ever and they have a full time job are seeking therapy for their issues.
The person needs to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to review their case and perhaps negotiate a plea. Miranda warnings are not required upon arrest only upon an in custody interrogation. Either way there might be options but the case needs to be reviewed by a lawyer in detail.
A class B felony carries 5 to 15 years in prison. It is possible that he might be eligible for probation but more details would be required. How long he actually receives is up to a judge or possibly a jury and will depend on a lot of factors. Your ex husband needs an attorney to represent him.
My son got took out of school on may 22nd saying child abuse because of my ex who called them I had a lil apartment and they still took him it was clean fridge we had food this happened a month ago he was put into foster care my brother has him now but I am still fighting to get him back I have... View More
You need an attorney. Who will be able to help you understand and prepare a defense to the allegations or help you convince the Court that your son should be returned to you. It is hard to say what you can do yourself as we cannot see the filings and allegations in the case. Please contact an...View More
Long answer is that this would be a crime and could get you in serious trouble. Also it would be cited in the divorce. If you feel she is being unfaithful speak to a divorce attorney about how to proved it legally and if it would even be helpful.
No they are not allowed to lie to the court. Has it happened before certainly. Did it happen in your case or your friends case? That would take an experienced criminal defense attorney to review the case to determine.
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