to Judge stating she was aboard a ship that deployed in Apr. 2017. Judge believes her. BECAUSE OF THE OFFICIAL DOC. I asked for a continuance & have proof that she DID NOT REPORT to the ship that deployed in Apr 2017 UNTIL AUG. 20, 2017! She was still... Read more »
I agree with the above answer. If you have some kind of evidence that she falsifies the documents then you should present that evidence to the court. You saying that another person told you that she falsified the document is heqrsay and not admissable as evidence. You should present the court...Read more »
No. Under section 19.2-316.3 of the Code of Virginia, in order to participate in the Diversion program an individual would first have to wualify for the program amd then at sentencing the judge would suspend a penitentiary sentence conditioned on the defendant’s successful completion of the...Read more »
I was 16 he was 20, happened in nov 2012. Reported like nov or dec 2017, was told by detective that he has no doubt that something happened that day but my statute of limations ran out even tho I didn’t report it because I didn’t think it would have a lasting effect on me and now I have ptsd,... Read more »
From your question, it sounds like this was a consensual sexual encounter when you were age 16. Assuming it was consensual, then it would fall under Virginia Code Secrion 18.2-371, which would be a class 1 misdemeanor. For a misdemeanor, the ststute of limitations is 12 months from the date of...Read more »
You would need to check the court order on the original marijuana charge. If your case was disposed of under Virginia’s first offender statute, then the case would have been dismissedbwithoutba conviction. However, if you did not qualify for a first offender disposition then you could have had...Read more »
The first thing you need to do is lool wt the terms of your leasebto see what it says about how you are supposed to give notice of terminating or renewing the lease. After you check that, if still have wuestions then you should consult with an attorney about the spcific facts and circumstances of...Read more »
A Class 1 misdemeanor is a jailable offense punishable by up to 12 months in jail and a fine of up to $2500. Therefore, you would be facing up to 24 months in jail and up to $5000 in fines. I would strongly recommend that you consult with and retain the services of an experienced crimnal defense...Read more »
If your children are over age 18 then they are adults and free to decide what contact they want with their father. You are no longer responsible for their decision not to visit their father. You would jot face legal consequences for their decision to not visit their father
Hello, I am a 17 year old female who is getting married to a 19 year old in October this year. I am doing so on my own free will and am not pregnant. I will be turning 18 on Jan. 22. I know that my parents thought that all I need is just a note from them to be notarized, but I am not sure. I just... Read more »
You can not get married at all in Virginia unless you are at least 18 years old. In the past it was possible to get married under age 18 woth parental permission. However, in 2016 the law chamged in Virginia and now no one under age 18 can get married unless you are emancipated by court order....Read more »
There are several issues that could impact the answer to your question. Is your son’s attorney court appointed, or was he retained. If he was court appointed and your sone still qualifies for court appointed attorney, then the court will decide which attorney to appoint for any appeals. If...Read more »
What is your question?your son should discuss the issue with his attorney.
The girlfriend has no authority to determine how the case proceeds. The Commonwealth’s Atorney is in control of prosecuting thr case. The girlfriend can talk to the prosecutor about her desire to have this...Read more »
Has caused the girl to get two stables in her head so they are giving her a felony which is dropped down to misdemeanor only if she is good in school out of school no more fights til the next court date and also has to participate in programs then they will dropped the felony to me this punishment... Read more »
Under section 64.2-200 of the code of Virginia, her estate would pass to her surving parents. If there are sosurving parents, then her estate would be divided among her siblings and their descendants. You shouldconsult with an estate planning attorney for a more detailed analysis of your...Read more »
No. The Miranda warnings are require during custodial interrogation. However ifyou are in a consensual non-custodial conversation with police, there isno rquirement that the police issue the Miranda warnings. The issue is going to be whether or not the police interaction with you was...Read more »
My wife has fallen in love with a man with whom she works. I am having a hard time accepting this, and I’m interested in finding out what the legal ramifications are for (a) divorce, or (b) if I give consent to her relationship as an appeasement gesture.
It depends on the source of the funds. Just because an account is only in the name of one spouse, if the funds were aqcuired during the marriage it could still be considered marital property. However, if the funds were aquired prior to the marriage or in some other specific curcumstances, and...Read more »
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