He used my social security number and got away with letting me get a M1 theft charge. When I found out I immediately called the sheriff department. They read to me part of the Incident report which proved it wasn't brother. It was stated he was driving his girlfriend's car(which is how I... Read more »
answered on Jan 25, 2021
You need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you.
Contact with him is that legal
answered on Jan 9, 2021
Typically a no contact order in a situation like this would be imposed against the person charged. Meaning your brother-in-law cannot have contact with certain individuals. If you are one of those individuals (for whatever reason), he is prohibited from contacting you. He is also prohibited from... Read more »
do I legally have too ? my mental state is not the best and i do not think i would be able to face all of that ? also how often do these cases go to trial ? the person is charged 2919.25A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE- KNOWINGLY CAUSE PHYSICAL HARM (M1)
Amended Charge And 2903.13A ASSAULT (M1)
answered on Dec 18, 2020
Realistically, if you do not want to testify, you (or your lawyer) needs to tell the prosecutor. If you are forced to take the stand to testify, you can always plead the 5th.
I dont want to be a witness against him and he needs mental health treatment not jail so how can i help him get the charges dropped or dismissed?
answered on Jun 25, 2020
Once you ring the bell it cannot be unrung, so whatever you told law enforcement cannot be taken back. If you recant you are opening yourself up to potential perjury / falsification charges. You need to hire a lawyer to represent you. He or she will be able to speak with the prosecutor on your... Read more »
Was with a person and they knew it was his and even went looking for him...I was not arrested but was. Cited into court...help
answered on Jun 17, 2020
In order to understand your case as best as possible, you need to hire a lawyer. An experienced criminal defense attorney will make sure you are properly defended against all charges. You may have a potential suppression issue in your case--i.e. the officer needs a lawful reason to search your... Read more »
answered on Mar 16, 2020
Yes. See attached article for a better understanding of protection orders in Ohio... https://makridislaw.com/understanding-protection-orders-in-ohio/
answered on Feb 3, 2020
Depends. Talk to your lawyer.
answered on Jan 30, 2020
When can I apply for expungement?
1 felony = 3 years from the date the case is closed;
2 felonies = 4 years from the date the case is close;
3, 4, or 5 felonies = 5 years from the date the case is closed.
"The date the case is closed" is the date you... Read more »
Wouldn't let him out he was terrified so he wrote SOS on paper and held it up to the window they also called the police on him all this for just getting a attitude.
answered on Jan 15, 2020
Give Albeit Weiker (in Columbus, Ohio) a call. Best education lawyers I know. http://www.awlawohio.com/
answered on Jan 14, 2020
You haven't provided enough information to answer this question. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney near you who is familiar with your judges, courtrooms, etc. They will be able to give you an idea of what you are realistically looking at.
I have 2 prior convictions in same state of OH which are DUIs and I know can't be sealed. I also have a resisting arrest misdemeanor in state of KY.
answered on Jan 14, 2020
Based on having just those prior convictions on your record, you would be an eligible offender for purposes of expungement for the theft.
At my fathers I over heard my 5 y.o did something he shouldn’t have My father told him “if you ever do that to me I’ll punch you in the f*****g head” I came out said nothing & packed up to leave My son kept bringing up what had been said to him so my fiancé texted him a few days later... Read more »
answered on Dec 9, 2019
Did you call the police? I would call and report it, if you haven't already. If you are charged with something (doubtful if you haven't been charged yet), I would hire a criminal defense attorney at that time.
I was in the shower playing music when I heard knocking and yelling on the door. So I got out of the shower and I opened the door I seen my cousin. I asked my cousin and she said (friend) knocked. I told him to wait and them slammed the room door, then returned to the bathroom(3 people were in the... Read more »
answered on Dec 6, 2019
You can go to the intake office at 375 S. High St., 7th floor, Columbus, OH 43215 to file a complaint. An intake officer will interview you, collect all evidence necessary, and then a prosecutor will review the evidence and determine whether there is probable cause to file charges. Because you are... Read more »
She was told to tell whos drug it was she was free to go. She blamed my son . They arrested him . With a juvenile spec. What can he do
answered on Dec 3, 2019
Hire a lawyer
They busted out my window and arrested me without reading me my rights and when I asked why I was being arrested I was told obstruction I asked obstruction of what and was told that they didn't have to explain anything to me I asked for a supervisor and never was allowed to speak with one even... Read more »
answered on Dec 1, 2019
You need to hire an OVI defense attorney asap.
My son is not able to get a job based on what he did on his 18th birthday in 2018. He has on his record revised code: 2921.31 and revised code: 2917.11 No one will hire him because of this. What can be done so that he can finally get a job?
answered on Nov 26, 2019
He needs to speak with a lawyer about getting the convictions expunged.
answered on Nov 26, 2019
The short answer is yes, but the particular facts of the case matter. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney asap.
The cart Corral fell over and I fell with it also causing my baby to flip over in the cart upside in the car seat. I went to the emergency room and i pulled my back and have muscle spasms. What can I do further?
answered on Nov 26, 2019
The store would not be liable if the carts were improperly stacked by customers and not the store employees. However, it may be liable if they neglected to correct the recurring problem with the cart corral, or if they knew there was a problem at this particular time and they ignored it. You need... Read more »
My son also witnessed and made a statement about the altercation between my daughter and I. I did have her in a chokehold to restrain her and calm her down and it left a bruise on her neck!!!! But she lied about it made them think I strangled her!! I didn’t and now they just think I’m an... Read more »
answered on Nov 24, 2019
You need to hire a criminal defense attorney asap.
answered on Nov 20, 2019
An active warrant can be resolved by (1) appearing in front of a judge and trying to get it set aside, (2) turning yourself in, or (3) getting picked up on it, so the answer to your question is yes.
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