Shes 14 im 20 shes my cousin i cant believe it but she saying it happened 7 months ago at a family reunion while we were in the room how can i do such in act with so many people at the residence what should.i.do help please
If the crime was allegedly committed before you went on probation, it will not violate your current probation. However, you should be aware that many times it takes a little bit of time to make it clear to everyone that you weren't yet on probation when the crime allegedly occurred.
I have recently been getting phone calls from my peers about an individual pressing charges against me. He has been talking to everyone in town and fabricating stories about me. I still have yet to be contacted by the state, or anyone else for that matter. Some of these individuals have been told... Read more »
The State decides whether to file a criminal charge. You might not be contacted until you are served with an arrest warrant or a notice to appear in court. There's really not enough information for me to be able to answer your question. There are statute of limitations for crimes that come...Read more »
My boyfriend was arrested for driving an unregistered motor vehicle, the truck belongs to a guy he works for. I'm slightly confused as to if it is a non criminal traffic infraction because the vehicle has not been unregistered for more than 6 months or if that only applies if the registration... Read more »
Go to the attorney who handled your case and ask them to review your paperwork to see if you risk being violated. If you do, ask them to file a motion to modify your probation. In the meantime, you really need to do everything possible to pay all of that off. I would ask every relative and...Read more »
If you are represented by an attorney, you'll need to have the attorney address this issue. If you cannot afford an attorney, try contacting the Public Defender's Office in the County where you were arrested and see if they can provide you with an affidavit of indigency to have you...Read more »
I can't tell you for sure whether your case will be dropped or not, because I don't have access to any of the allegations (and you were right not to post anything further online). If you have no criminal history, it is very likely that you will be offered pretrial diversion. With...Read more »
My son was arrested for burglary while he is on probation for another charge. There is not enough evidence to convict him of the burglary but he is having to go to court on Violation of Probation charges first.
Unfortunately, he could still be found to be in violation of probation even if the burglary charge has been dropped. This is because there are two different standards of proof; to prove someone violated probation with a new criminal offense, a judge only has to find that it is more likely than not...Read more »
At the school they both go to the ast. Principal for the program she's in has told her mother to get a restraining order on him and that she could report him as a sex offender. She also sent out a email telling the girls teachers that they're not aloud to be together because... Read more »
Legally can a 17 year old have sex with a 26 year old in the state of Georgia ? Can the 17 year old spend over 4 days at the boyfriends house ( the 26 year old ) legally? The 17 year old is basically but not offiaclly emanicpated. Example; in the process of enlisting in the army and as well as out... Read more »
I don't see how you could be held liable for what a child searches/views on his/her mobile device, regardless of whether you knew what the child was doing. Parents can set up controls on mobile devices, and they should be encouraged to do so if this is an actual concern. I would look into...Read more »
The inmate has the same right of confidentiality to his medical records while in prison that he would if he were in a hospital. For your friend to get information, she would need him to have filled out a medical release form.
Here is an email she can write to to see what general...Read more »
It's possible that he could be charged with a crime, such as contributing to the delinquency of a minor or interfering with your parents' custody over you. Wait until you complete the school year and you turn 18.
Im pregnant and he doesnt know. My husband took out a life insurance on me. I'm scared. How do i get ahold of my parole officer? How much trouble will i be in? I went to another state to be with my family. It was a holiday weekend. All shelters full.
While on probation, you are not allowed to leave the jurisdiction without permission from your probation officer, and you also cannot change your approved residence without your probation officer's approval. Your question was asked two weeks ago, and I'm unsure whether you have returned...Read more »
A push can be a battery (not an assault) depending on the circumstances. From what you have stated here, it sounds like the individual committed a battery against you first, and as Mr. De Groot stated, you then removed yourself from the situation.
Hey there. I was arrested last Saturday for trespassing at a football game. The report (summed up) stated how I was intoxicated and the police officer told me I could not enter. One hour later I came back and tried again receiving the same result. One hour after that I was arrested for trying to... Read more »
The State Attorney makes decisions about what to offer you based upon your current charge and your history, not based upon whether you hired an attorney or are represented by the Public Defender. There are good and bad attorneys in the private sector as well as at the Public Defender's...Read more »
In order to be a burglary, you would have to enter the room without permission with the intent to commit a crime therein, and you have to have intended to commit the crime (any crime) at the time of entry. From your statement, it was merely a mistake.
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