That is strictly a matter for the Colorado Department of Correction and the Texas Department of Corrections. However that does not mean you have hit a brick wall. Call Colorado DOC's main number and asked to speak to the person in charge of inmate relocation. You may hit a brick wall at that...Read more »
I was involved in an armed gas station robbery in 2019. DA called me Feb. of this year and admitted they were sending everything to the wrong person with my same name despite having my police report and information. They said the lead investigator would call me in March. Never did. I finally called... Read more »
If you have not been personally served with a subpoena you have no legal obligation to appear. However, I assume you are important witness since, as you say, you were "involved in an armed gas station robbery." Unless you were a participant, you might want to give some thought to...Read more »
And no investigation of me by any phone calls or interviews or contact. Warrant took 8 days to be put through since incident. Tried and couldn't find out if under investigation during that 8 days. How can this be done with no evidence just her lies? This is ruining my life. She is also not a... Read more »
I would be curious to know (and you may not know) if the felony classification is based on the alleged use of a deadly weapon, or an allegation that the "victim" suffered serious bodily injury or an allegation of strangulation. If the "victim" claimed any or all of those, the...Read more »
In addition to Attorney Maye's example, another example of a stay of execution is where a jail sentence is imposed on a defendant. The defendant requests and is granted a delay, to a specific date, when they are required to report to the jail to begin serving their sentence.
I got a ticket in Centennial, CO and I lost the paper ticket. I checked their online database and they don't have an citations for me. I have no idea what jurisdiction issued the ticket, I tried Douglas County Sheriff and Lone Tree and nothing. How can I find out who issued the ticket so I can... Read more »
If you were issued the ticket within the Centennial city limits (that can be determined by an online search for a map of the boundary lines of Centennial), then the ticket was filed either with the Arapahoe County Court or, more likely, if it was a minor traffic violation, the City of Centennial...Read more »
It will not show up on a criminal history check through the CBI or the FBI because you were not arrested and finger printed. However, since it is active court case, a thorough background may disclose it.
I passed a car without using blinkers in downtown Denver. When I was pulled over, the officer said that I was in the 2nd lane, passed the car in front of me by using the 1st lane, and then merged right to the 3rd lane without blinkers. Shocked that this was incorrect, I said that I was actually... Read more »
What you should expect depends on whether you want to fight the ticket in trial or plea bargain the case. If you decide to fight the ticket, you should have an attorney. The prosecutor will be an attorney and you will be at a disadvantage. The judge will expect you to follow the rules of procedure...Read more »
When you raise an alibi defense, you are claiming that it wasn't you who committed the offense because you were someplace other than the location of the offense charged. From your question it sounds like you are considering raising what would amount to an alibi defense. The problem in your...Read more »
Yes, violation of bond conditions is a separate offense, even though it is related to the case you settled by a plea agreement. It may be that the plea bargain included an agreement not to file a bond violation case. You should check with your attorney or, if you did not have an attorney, check the...Read more »
If you have any pre-sentence confinement credit, that will reduce your sentence (unless that credit has already been applied). The sheriff can also award you reductions based on policies and programs established by the sheriff for county jail inmates.
I was sentenced to one year in jail with work release approved and given two days to turn myself in. I turned myself in and then waited in jail for 5 days until transferring to the work release facility. I contacted the sheriffs office because my MRD was wrong and they said I was correct and was... Read more »
If you were sentenced to 1 year in jail with work release authorized, and spent 5 days in jail before you entered the work release program, that 5 days jail will count against the 1 year sentence. If something else is going on with the judge's order, you need to appeal the decision. If it was...Read more »
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