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 the current...Read more »
I would need more information, like juvenile issues and any possible revocations, before I could calculate your Sentencing Guidelines. I, or any criminal defense lawyer that you'd like to retain, would be happy to be that as part of the process to begin representing you.
Every case is different, so I would need to know more information. However, under the Alabama Sentencing Standards, your case would likely be a prison recommendation. That said, a lawyer could help you explore the options available, like Community Corrections or Mitigating Factors that could result...Read more »
Ex's lawyer tried to take out the need for an IWO out of the final draft of settlement agreement and now ex is saying an IWO won't be issued if we go to court. Isn't an entry of IWO required, per section 30-3-61 Alabama 1975?
Hi, without more information about the charge it is almost impossible to answer your question. However, in Alabama, most felonies have a Presumptive Sentence, based on the Alabama Sentencing Guidelines, which will give you a good idea of the likely sentencing range.
I would doubt it. It might have some effect if the divorce was filed on fault based grounds, which generally does not happen in Alabama any longer. You would need to contact a local family law attorney to explore your options and represent you in the divorce.
If the child is not yours and you did not adopt the child, you are likely not responsible for any child support payments. However, a local family law attorney could examine your situation to give a more definitive answer.
My Mother has a bad heart and I fear for her life. My niece is a drug addict and unstable she stabbed my Mothers mattress but the police say they can not use that because Mother let her move back in afterwards.My mother is 77 and it takes so long to evict someone I fear Mother will not make it.
Consult a local attorney concerning a restraining or protective order. Your Mom may be able to get a temporary one to protect herself immediately.
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