Except as otherwise provided by statute, if the sole parent or both parents of the minor have consented to the appointment of the temporary guardian, as evidenced by notarized written consents attached to the petition to be appointed the temporary guardian, the probate court must grant the petition...Read more »
Defendant, convicted of operating a motor vehicle after having been declared an habitual violator and failing to obey a traffic control device, was improperly sentenced as a repeat “serious violent felony” offender where, although defendant had two previous habitual violator felony convictions,...Read more »
It's my first offense ever. I was charged with possession of meth, heroin, cocaine and paraphernalia. All the amount were less than a gram. My options were using my first offenders, conditional discharge 3 years, or drug court. I accepted the drug court and transferred the case to a county... Read more »
Call the clerk of the court it was Ordered in and request a certified copy of the Order. They can mail or you can pick it up at the courthouse. There may be a small fee depending on the County. I pray this helps.
She's been there since Feb was hospitalized in March while in jail was supposed to return to doc but they never took her gallstones which needs surgery she's not had a period since she's been there that's not healthy what can I do
I am serving a 10 years sentence on 1Count of Aggravated Assault, which is my first felony. At one-third of my time I received a letter from the Parole Board stating that I was sentenced as a Recidivist. Afterwards I filled a Motion To Correct Void Sentence & a Habeas Corpus. As of December... Read more »
My fiance delivered thc wax and cannabis to a CI for a person who cannot be found. He also used his cellphone to confirm delivery time. A warrant was issued and he has been in Forsyth county since 5/2019. His pub def claims that the DA won't offer a plea deal for 1st time offender or respond... Read more »
With regards to the first offender the judge has the option not to grant it...which means it’s NOT a guarantee. Not seeking first offender plea now does not mean it’s completely out of the picture. With reference to the health issue I would send the relevant medical concerns to the Sheriffs...Read more »
A Cobb county officer lied to me and told me he was gonna ask the other people in the car if the illegals were theirs he never did and then gave me felony obstruction of a officer with no explanation and still told me I didn’t have any felonies , only misdemeanor for the stuff that wasn’t mine... Read more »
You will get the “explanation” I’m your discovery the evidence provided by the prosecutor. Officers have the absolute right to lie to you. That’s why it’s so important to know your rights and as for an attorney when being questions by law enforcement.
Definitely gives Probation the right to search you. However, you need to look at your plea sheet and see if there is a 4th Amendment waiver they do that on certain counties which means any law enforcement can search you. I hope this helps.
I can make payments towards any and all assistance provided I just do not have the amount that is being asked upfront. I just utilized the rest of the savings that I had to retain an initial attorney and then bond. I am currently in the process of buying a house. I am looking for any assistance at... Read more »
Well you definitely should let the court know what you are trying to do. Let them know that your in the process of getting one. See about getting a later court date and the judge should give you enough time to get your funds together and at least make a substantial down payment for services. I hope...Read more »
To get the file of your restricted charges sealed you must file an action and show the court that the harm suffered by the clerk’s record remaining public (i.e., denial of jobs, licensing, housing, etc.) outweighs the interest in the record being publicly available. In other words, you need the...Read more »
Ongoing harassment and the other party was clocked out. She was provoking me and I told her if she wanted to talk to me then let's talk. She asked me to step away from the booth and she punched me twice. Officer said to leave it alone because I can get in trouble too but I didn't hit her.... Read more »
Any citizen may make an application for an arrest warrant. It is strongly recommended that the crime first be reported to the appropriate law enforcement agency. There are certain requirements needed prior to filing:
The applicant must be 18 years of age or older or the parent or guardian...Read more »
I am disabled and live in a subsidized apt in GA. My neighbor let two people stay with her for approx. 2 weeks until they were arrested for trespassing. During that two weeks, the guests stole property I had on the porch due to bed bugs. Neighbor knew I was keeping those items. She even had a... Read more »
I would make sure that there is a criminal warrant against the 2 people that did the stealing. You can always apply for a criminal warrant on your neighbor for aiding and abetting. You can also try to sue her for any items she lied about and said they were hers. I hope this helps. An attorney can...Read more »
My neighbor got upset about my small dog in her yard in February, and she made false accusations about me to try to get me fired. I filed two police reports about harassment. She stopped until two weeks ago when she started an incident in the driveway when I wasn't here. During the incident,... Read more »
First, you want to care of the criminal case first. You want to get an attorney for that hearing because the burden of proof is so low. Please get an attorney although you may feel you are not in the wrong how you present that information in connection with the law is what will get the criminal...Read more »
Encourage your loved one to attempt to handle it at the facility level first by filing a grievance and/or attempt to contact the following staff in this order: inmate's Counselor, Chief Counselor, Deputy Warden of Care & Treatment, Warden, and then, Ombudsman staff. Inmates may write to...Read more »
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