My ex hacked my phone and had my unemployment backpay sent to her bank
answered on May 6, 2021
You may try speaking to the county attorney about it, or you can always file a civil court action.
The side by side took off. Causing me to wreck. I had fractures and pain. Can I sue
She is on medication for bipolar disorder and had forgotten her medication that day. She was experiencing a mental health episode. She has never been in trouble EVER and is terrified.
answered on Jan 2, 2021
She should plead not guilty and contact an experienced criminal defense attorney.
answered on Dec 31, 2020
You were ordered by the court to pay costs, fines, fees, restitution, etc., which is to be paid before a specific date. You must comply with that order or appear in court to explain why payment has not been made.
It cause misdiagnosis and surgery that may not have been needed. Went without medicine for 5 1/2 years because I was not told about the test results. Cost me employment and many other things wrong with their system. Is there anything I can do?
answered on Oct 13, 2020
It sounds like a failure to treat type of medical malpractice case. The obvious problem would be a statute of limitations issue. You need to contact a medical malpractice attorney immediately.
Can a domestic violence protection order be reduced by judge?
answered on Jul 24, 2020
I am not sure what you mean by reduced. If a DVO has been ordered with the provision of no contact a judge can amend that order allowing for nonviolent contact.
The person being charged was threatened death and then hit with a belt across the back, they responded by hitting the other with a hammer to the head (was on neither persons property, both were men in early 60s with same height and weight of 200lbs)
answered on Jun 27, 2020
Self defense it’s just that, a defense. It may be used as a negotiating tool to lower the charge, or it can be used as a defensive strategy at trial.
It occured on neither of their properties, and the person with a hammer didn't provoke them at all. The belt-wielding man came with the belts in hand ready to use, with many (realistic) death threats. The second man only pulled out the hammer after being hit. (they didn't bring it for... Read more »
answered on Jun 27, 2020
It is possible that both could be charged either with a felony or a misdemeanor. That would be up to the investigating officer and/or the prosecutor to decide.
My daughter and a friend of hers decide to make a poor choice and vandalized a house,and old barn. What could happen to them if someone had video tapes and pull it. They are 17 and 15 what would the worst thing to happen to them and what do I need to do
answered on Jun 22, 2020
It would depend on the amount of damage and the criminal charges levied. Juveniles that commit higher felonies can be tried as adults. I doubt this would be one of those cases. My guess, and it is only a guess, is that if they are first time offenders they may be looking at some detention but... Read more »
He strolls through the parking lot of our apartment and sometimes even knocks on the door. We never hesitate to call the police. He was jailed for such behavior a few weeks ago and still persists. He has no reason to be on our end of town. He doesn't drive, so he walks all the way... Read more »
answered on May 20, 2020
It is possible that he could be charged with a crime. If he plead guilty or was convicted by a jury it is possible he would be required to serve some amount of time in jail.
I have been charged with terroristic threating 1st degree against my job while I was at work i was in good standing with my job I left my phone in the break room somebody emergency dialed 911 to report that they heard from someone else that there was a bomb in the building I was arrested for the... Read more »
I am in the military and have an epo against me. The dvo hearing is soon and Im wondering if it is a charge or conviction? Or only if I breach the DVO? Can a dvo be issued and not have firearm provisions? Is there another option so I can keep my job? I have 12 years in and dont want to throw it all... Read more »
answered on May 14, 2020
Your questions should be answered by a qualified attorney, over the telephone.
I was in an incident with another driver. He was swerving all over the road going really slow so I went around him and he quickly came up on my car, I was going around 45 so he had to of been going nearly 65. As he was coming up, he swerved into my lane more than once, I was near the curb. I slowed... Read more »
I have been on supervised probation for 21 months now (3 mos. left) for a misdemeanor crime. No criminal history before this.
Could you provide me with template for bond to be revoked in Kentucky and money returned to me
How do I found out if I was indicted by grand jury?
answered on Mar 24, 2020
You would be served with a summons or an arrest warrant would be issued upon indictment. Other than that, you could contact the court clerks office and ask when the grand jury will next be in session.
answered on Mar 10, 2020
If a person is incarcerated at the time of their preliminary hearing, if the case is bound over to the grand jury the Commonwealth has 60 days to indict if that defendant remains incarcerated. If the defendant has not been indicted their attorney should file a motion with the court for their... Read more »
Every single person with a drug charge is being required to report to Pre Trial Services for random drug screens and forced to pay for them. Personally Im baffled. Innocent until proven guilty is yet again getting bypassed. What if the officer illegally searched? In the meantime you fail a drug... Read more »
answered on Feb 18, 2020
You can object to it but then you probably wouldn't get released from jail.
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