There are a variety of reasons that a insufficient indictment can be issued. One reason is that the evidence did not support the charges that the District Attorney presented for the indictment purposes. It also means that the case was not indicted and the DA cannot move forward (Unless they try...Read more »
Same arrest. Poss of meth (f) poss of weed under oz (m) 3yrs prob for fel 1yr for mis ran consecutive. Seen p.o was asked to take drug screen at courthouse within 24hrs of visit and didnt. Contacted p.o and confessed that would fail, but was still was supposed to screen. Only reason didnt was... Read more »
First of all, the first test is generally to get a base line not to send you to jail. Generally had you been up front there would not have been an issue. Your text is a little confusing but here is what I gather. If you run the entire probation gets fouled and you will be held accountable for it...Read more »
Sentenced to 7 years due 1. Criminal damage to property 2nd degree and 2 counts simple battery and ordered to pay restitution. I did the 1 year and have been on probation for the 6 remaining years. I have not finished paying the restitution. Does my probation end now, or when my restitution is paid... Read more »
Your issues are not typical as the courts usually don't let you reach the end without resolving restitution. The court cannot extend the sentence past the original date, they don't have the power to resentence without a hearing. AND the sentence cannot be longer than is allowed by law.
There was an incident where myself and a teacher got into a altercation with the door, I (speaking as the child) was pushing the door as she was pushing the door onto me and she stepped out of the way of the door and i let it be and walked away.
Your question depends on how you were charged. Will you be in juvenile court or are they treating you as an adult? Additionally, you could face issues in both criminal court and civil issues with the school as well. The school may choose to expel you or they may give you in house suspension, out...Read more »
I cant really answer your question about Tennessee laws, if it was in Georgia he would still have to go to court and answer for the charges on the Drugs. As far as the hold for extradition, usually law enforcement in Georgia will usually hold for a minimum of 45 days waiting for another law...Read more »
In addition to being grounds for divorce under 19-5-3 you should review O.C.G.A 16-6-19 which states the following: A married person commits the offense of adultery when he voluntarily has sexual intercourse with a person other than his spouse and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished as for...Read more »
Generally the state is immune from prosecution from such actions. The burden to prove that the state (the arresting agency and officers running the roadblock) are not immune is placed upon the individual making the claims. In order to properly evaluate the chances would need to know why the...Read more »
Generally this code section involves a number of charges for DUI resulting in a suspension of your license plates. Without knowing more about your previous charges it would be difficult to answer. The bottom line however is that you may be able to get a probationary driving license and then get a...Read more »
What speed were you traveling and what was the speed limit? Those have a lot to do with the answer to your question in relationship to points that you can get awarded which would affect your CDL. Technically the Marijana shouldn't affect your CDL but you will still want to try and keep it off...Read more »
in february 2019 she was charged with conspiracy with intent to sell meth. shes been in jail ever since then. she wouldnt help the GBI . THERE WAS 30 PEOPLE arrested at that time. everyone has been released except wendy my daughter
My wife’s ex husband tried to force his way into my home so I pushed him enough to get him out of the house. He has filed a pre-warrant for simple assault. I have a witness that is a minor and three police officers told us that I had every right to defend my home and that the aggressor could not... Read more »
You need to attend the pre arrest hearing and state your case. The nature of the charges may not stop the arrest for simple assault BUT you definitely have a defense to the charges if he was the aggressor and you were defending either your property or your minor child (defense of others).
The real issue is what is how is your spouse charged? Assuming charged under Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act AND your spouse does not type of negotiation with the court and enters a plea, jail time will definitely be on the table as the statute requires jail/Prison. The second part...Read more »
What was the original outcome of the DUI case? If you entered a plea, a record restriction isn't available for you to pursue. You may be able to seek a pardon from the governor but those are also difficult to obtain as well.
Directly asked as in on the stand of the courtroom? In a deposition? Please give more direction about how the person is being asked. If just in general public I don't see why you would need to disclose that information to anyone.
If you received a citation for 40-5-29 generally that does not require jail time. If its 40-5-20 (suspended license) that you were charged under there is a minimum of 2 days in jail required by the statute. BIG difference between the two which is why information about your case is important.
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