My court appointed drug testing and classes are done by a girl I went to school with and she refused to see me for over a year now also my lawyer hasn’t been in court and many other mess ups on the courts part
If you’ve pled out already, the case is likely over, if it is a misdemeanor. If this is a major crime, there might be Rule 32 Relief available. To get to the bottom of that, you’d need to retain a criminal defense lawyer that can more easily go over the facts than we can be done on this forum.
Then, based on their history, there may be diversion programs available that would allow them to complete cases to have the case dismissed, but you should contact and hire a criminal lawyer immediately
home. My step son was here but does not live here. When they finally showed us the warrent The search warrant was for his address and the description of the trailer was not my trailer, but they searched my house and seized all my firearms. (I got those back 3 months later.) When they were told they... Read more »
During the COVID 19 outbreak my older sister and I have kept our parents isolated in their home, taking them things as they need and interacting with them from a distance. I called my mom Friday to see what she was doing, and my younger sister, who has been going to work everyday, blew our... Read more »
It sounds like you’re a good candidate for a pre-trial intervention program which would result in a dismissal of the case, following your completion of a program. However, I would strongly suggest you retain counsel, and quick, to get somebody to help you navigate the issues. I’d be happy to...Read more »
I would need to know a lot more about your circumstances and the facts at hand to adequately answer your question. If you have been charged with a crime, my strong advise is to retain counsel immediately to help you navigate the issues involved. I would be happy to talk with you about whether I...Read more »
I was taken to jail and charged with Domestic Violence 3rd degree, I have bruises from my wrist to shoulders both arms, she had nothing. Her boyfriend called from another county 911 and reported it, he wasn’t even here? How did I get arrested? Never been to jail or arrested I’m 46 years old and... Read more »
After being arrested, they allowed my friend who was present in the vehicle drive it home. They said they had to do a inventory list. They went inside my purse, which had a makeup bag. They went inside my purse, opened my makeup and got me with Possession and paraphernalia. I don’t understand how... Read more »
I would need to know more information regarding how the stop happened and how long you were detained to thoroughly answer that, but, like any felony criminal case, it is always important to review every option when preparing a case plan.
I had a written signed contract for specific items in exchange for yard work w/ time frames for completion. Instead of doing work, they took the items, broke into the property, took additional items destroying/damaging others. Amount taken is upwards of 60k including vehicle, major appliances,... Read more »
You case will likely be set for an Arraignment, Pre-Trial/Plea Docket, then, if not yet resolved, a Jury Trial. However, every case can be different, so your best bet is to retain counsel as soon as possible.
It would depend on your criminal history and whether you qualify for a deferred prosecution program that would let you keep it off your record. I, or any, criminal defense lawyer could provide you with the next steps in a full consultation.
It is my understanding that Alabama state misdemeanor laws can be adopted as city ordinances, in which case those may be considered misdemeanors. Is this also the case in the instance of a municipality creating their own brand new ordinance, or are these considered crimes different than a... Read more »
I'm not sure what you mean. If you have been indicted by the Grand Jury, you should receive a copy of your indictment and a "CC" case number to show that your case has been moved to Circuit Criminal court. Any criminal defense attorney that you wish to retain can help you determine...Read more »
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