I am not able to carry a suspended license for 30 days before getting the hardship license. I can find a ride to and from Work if need be. I am getting suspended for failure to carry insurance. I drive a company vehicle at work and am insured under my employer while on the job. Would I still have... Read more »
You should consult with a local attorney who can look at your driving record to determine what is the best course of action. However, just because your employers insurance covers you on the job, does not mean you can drive at work. The policy most likely requires you to have a valid license which...Read more »
My boyfriend has a probation warrant for felony intimidation on an officer when he left court ordered drug treatment. Will entry into another facility possibly keep him out of jail and if he was almost complete when he left treatment on a 4 month sentence modified for release to rehab, how much... Read more »
There is not enough information to accurately answer your question. It will depend on the original sentence and any modifications to determine the amount of time he may serve in jail/DOC. Also it will be up to the prosecutor to determine if they want to go through the extradition process from...Read more »
The law requires the pills to be in a labeled bottle showing the drug and to whom it belongs. If you have contact with police and they discover the pills in a generic pill box you could be charged with possession. Though the case most likely would be dismissed upon showing of a valid...Read more »
That code does not allow for a case to be dismissed. However, if you were arrested and posted a bond, but the charges were not filed within the time frame of the code, but charges were later filed it is possible the State would ask for a warrant, though they should have requested a summons. You...Read more »
I was arrested for a DUI in Indiana Oct 4 around 3am. I was taken to the station and released on bail for 2500 on Oct 5 at 3pm. The officers let me know that I should wait a couple of weeks for a court date. It has been approximately 5 weeks and I haven't received any charges. I'm not sure what to... Read more »
The prosecutor has up to 2 years to file misdemeanor charges. If the case is not good, forcing the prosecutors hand early could result in charges getting filed rather than kept on the back burner. Also even if the case was dismissed, an expungement cannot be filed for a minimum of one year. If...Read more »
It is difficult to answer that without more information. It will depend on the local practices of the prosecutors office and the particular court. However, if the person has no criminal history it is not likely they would go jail. Additionally, if this is their first offense they should consider...Read more »
You can see if the Prosecutors Office is willing to negotiate the case with you. If you pay the ticket it will likely increase your insurance rates therefore, if the prosecutors office is not willing to negotiate with you, consider hiring an attorney.
How much of the information is incorrect? Generally, the State can correct the scriveners errors at any time so its not likely it will be dismissed. However, if the ticket is more wrong than correct, you may find a sympathetic prosecutor to agree to dismiss or defer. Call the prosecutors office...Read more »
Your boyfriend needs an attorney, if he doesn't already have one. Additionally, you may need a separate attorney to advise you on the potential consequences for False Informing if you recant your report to the police.
The filing of the charges and the continued prosecution of those charges is completely the prosecutors choice. Victims Assistance from the Prosecutors Office should have contact with you where you can advise them of your position, however, it will still be the prosecutors decision to move forward...Read more »
I moved out of town for work.. After a year I moved back to Indianapolis just to handle the case and be done.. Ive had the same judge he didn't even like my public defender because she never show for court or come at the end.. I go to court every weds just to get continued. I'm tired and want this... Read more »
Both occupants were home when warrant was served for specific items to be obtained, but only one of the two received a copy. 11 days have passed and still no knowledge of what was removed from the home, but two specific items missing from home had nothing to do with the investigation. Feels as... Read more »
The Search Warrant should have a case number at the Clerks Office, the police would also file a Return of Search Warrant detailing the items removed. The return is to be filed in the same case as the search warrant
It depends on the policy & practice of the Court. Most likely a Failure To Appear will be entered and a suspension notice sent to the BMV. Also the Court could enter a default judgement giving you time to pay and if not paid within the time frame, send a notice to the BMV to suspend your license.
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