Well if you were charged in 2000 then there is no need to be considered with statute of limitations but if you fled from the charge there could be a warrant still out for you. Consult with a local criminal attorney more about your case if that is what has happened.
You can not get out and come on your own if the state of tennessee is willing to come and get you. Tennessee will let Illinois know if they are willing to spend the resources to come and get you and if they can not then you can go on your own.
It was a physical altercation but my injuries were never documented or written down! I wasn't even interviewed and was asked by deputy to meet in a grocery store parking lot at midnight to give a statement! This all occurred in Tennessee
Someone (i actually know who it is but cant prove it) has been harassing my phone with anonymous texting apps mentioning where i live, saying dcs has been called, calling me racial slurs, Saying im poor and police wont help me, even claimed to be a dcs worker etc. Then ive had 2 dcs complaints... Read more »
10 years ago my friend was in an accident leaving him paralyzed from the chest down , but has full use of his hands and arms. He lives alone 100 % wheel chair bound and terrified of being unable to get away or protect himself if an intruder comes and and even more so the ability to protect his... Read more »
Of the guys father who rushes in my driveway and i told to leave but didn't reaches down with his right hand and I yell at him to stop then shoots into the vehicle and kills guys dadshould I have been charged with a homicide?
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