A short answer is that you can file a motion to withdraw your guilty plea. However, I suggest you hire an attorney to further guide you on this matter since there a lot to consider such as where you are procedurally (if you were sentenced etc.) with the case and the circumstances of your plea (plea...View More
I was pulled over saturday night, the officer gave me a duid ticket. I did have my blood drawn at the hospital. I recently had 5 teeth pulled wednesday so i did let the officer know that i am prescribed medication for the pain. I had not taken these medication all day saturday. The officer i feel... View More
On your first appearance, the court will ask you whether or not you want to hire an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, the court will ask you to fill out a form so that a public defender could represent you.
Without really knowing exactly what ticket were issued to you, I am going to assume that is 39:4-97.3 “Use of hands-free wireless telephone in moving vehicle. If this is the case, you can either plead guilty and pay $200-$400 fine (if this was your first offense) and resolve the matter or set a...View More
If a person has been found Guilty of a crime, awarded a maximum prison sentence date, and completed the sentencing time, can probation be ordered by the judge during sentencing and must it be served after the maximum prison sentence date?
Generally no. You may be confusing probation and parole. Both are alternative ways to serve a sentence outside of jail after a guilty finding. Probation means all of the sentence is served outside of jail unless the individual violates the terms of their probation. Usually, if the sentence is jail...View More
The court just want to see what you made last year and would weigh that with what you are making this year. The court wants see your potential earning and see why you are making less now (if it is by choice).
In most cases however, the court will use your current income when they calculate...View More
can I get more money for child support after we get divorce? we have to court days coming out one for assault , he slapped me three times after I confront him for cheating and having a child with his affair and the another court is for child support
Without knowing much about the facts of the case, I can tell you this: Yes, the court will take that into consideration. An attorney would be able to advise you on the child support guideline that the court uses to determine child support.
Note: Custody is a completely separate issue for...View More
I have a 3 months baby , I want to know if for this reason the amount of child support I give to my first kid would lower , since at the moment when I had my first child I was getting paid more , but not anymore .i would also like to know if it’s true that I have to buy my child everything , from... View More
I thought about doing stuff by sharing private sexual photos with her and talking to her about sending them too, but I want to know what is legal first. If she is an adult sending them to me is that legal?
Hello, my husband was recently arrested and is now facing 4 charges. I was wondering if you could give me a general idea on the situation that way i can have somewhat of an understanding so i dont address this blindsighted and am able to go about the situation the correct way. The charges are1).... View More
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