I thought scanning myself would be quicker then waiting in line. There were associates in the area which could of offered help since my cart was full and I was struggling to to scan everything. I am 71 years old like to think I can handle things, but appreciate help.
Hi, I made a mistake of trying to leave the store without paying for merchandise. I qualified for a diversion program. I wanted to know, since I will be doing the program, if I apply for a job now, will I have a conviction on my record or am I safe to answer no to the conviction question?
You should not have a conviction on your record if you completed diversion. You can be sure by searching online for your case in the court you were charged. You should also make sure the question asks whether you were "convicted" or "charged" and answer accordingly.
My son is being held in jail since March 21. Charged with 2counts of possession, his bond was set for $10000. They have teased him about getting out on. OR. but it hasn't happened yet. I don't have the money to pay his bond, a friend of mine suggests the bond reduction an I don't know how to go... Read more »
Just wondered what you thought my chances of reaching a plea agreement or reduction agreement or some other sort of deal with prosecutors would be even if its a 'high-tier' offense (since I've never ever been in any sort of trouble) I'm just very unfamiliar with this whole situation. I don't know... Read more »
There are a number of different factors that dictate whether it might be a possibility: the facts of the case (including how you performed / acted on the video, the reason for the stop, how the officer conducted his / her investigation, how you performed on the tests, and whether the officer had...Read more »
I willingly submitted to blow, I know it was high, just not exact and they pulled me over for a civilian call to police (not 911) for me going slightly over a center line but then the police just followed me for a bit without their lights on (so I didnt realize they were following me specifically)... Read more »
He is out on a alcohol tether. His girlfriend don’t want to press charges he is home with her. There were witnesses. But the witness statement wasn’t what his girlfriend explained. The witness said he hit her in the back of the head while trying to pull him off of her
You cannot trespass on property that you knowingly are banned from. This ban must come from a person authorized to ban you, or who you believe was authorized. If you trespass knowing you are banned from property, there a few kinds of criminal trespass you can be charged with, which involve...Read more »
The drug possession can be presented to a grand jury at any time within the statute of limitations. Depending on what / how much was found, it can take years. When the prosecutor presents your case to the grand jury, the grand jury can (and will likely) find probable cause to indict you. You will...Read more »
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Typically, a lawsuit is filed where the defendant (1) resides; (2) has a principal place of business; (3) conducted activity giving rise to the claim; or (4) where all or part of the claim took place (i.e. where the accident took place). However, a lawsuit can be filed where a plaintiff resides, IF...Read more »
A false allegation was made against me by my former employer. Board of nursing investigator interviewed me a few months after, now the local police are questioning me. What is this all about and what should I do?
I’m currently 18 years old living in Ohio I recently moved out and received a pistol as a moving out Gift , I’ve been wanting to carry for protection but the only way I could is if I open carried is this ok ? This is a right isn’t it.
Did you hire a lawyer? If so, ask your lawyer for a copy of the video. If not, typically you need to file a written demand for discovery with the court.
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