Yes, probation violations may be brought after the period ends so long as the offense date was during the probation/ good behavior period. There are some exclusions due to time of filing, but typically the charge may be brought for up to one year after the end of probation.
If there are no exceptions, then you likely must leave the house and have no contact. Your lawyer should be able to read the order and explain it to you. You may be able to have it modified pre-hearing if the petitioner is willing.
My PD claimed we are not to raise motion to suppress/strike/dismiss to challenge an unlawful arrest before trial, but let the jury decide during trial. I quoted §19.2-266.2. Defense objections to be raised before trial; hearing; bill of particulars, yet he still rejected and denied. If I am to... View More
I acquired & handed off to my younger cousin (under 21) while physically in DC, but we drove back to VA in the same car. He admitted to his mom he took them & she brought him to the police station. No physical evidence, just text messages, but I was charged with possession to accomodate and... View More
The question you're asking would require a bit of legal research, knowledge of the exact text messages and circumstances, and is going to be best addressed by your lawyer representing you in court. Bring this issue up with your lawyer so they can properly represent you - and if you don't...View More
Traveling across river in boat,not fishing, law enforcement stopped me for no reason, detained us, checked license and safety Equipment. Never consented to the stop, but I cooperated. Is it lawful or do they need consent.
I was planning on commiting suicide when a friend called the police on me and a firearm was found in my car which was on federal property. I was just given a court appearance citation which is in 2 days. I don't know how much trouble I could be in and I need help.
A lot more facts are needed to give an answer to that question. Which then leads to a potentially complicated analysis. If you’ve been charged with something from such search then you should consult with a local lawyer for representation.
Class 5 felony charge. Didnt mean to lie just wanted to purchase a handgun, didnt think my situation counted as involuntary commitment. This happened in 2012 and forgot about it. What is my outlook? Thank you.
Virginia resident here. I was charged with welfare fraud offense date (in 2013) In 2018. I was sentenced with a felony and 2 yrs supervised probation and to pay it back. I successfully completed my supervised probation (early release from it for good behavior) and paid all restitution. I have a... View More
It sounds like you have been convicted and sentenced more than 21 days ago. The court has no discretion at this point to reopen your case and change your sentence or reduce your charge. And technically, while some judges would do it at sentencing, a court cannot reduce a felony to a misdemeanor if...View More
If you have been subpoenaed then you must appear unless you have been excused by the attorney for the commonwealth or the court. Depending upon what you wrote in your letters, you may need counsel yourself.
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