I gave my car to a friend. He won't pick up his phone for 3 days now. He returned my vehicle then hopped in it and told my kids he was going to the studio. I never told him he could. Can I press charges. He won't bring it back
Call the probation department and ask to speak to her supervisor. Prepare specific dates with any actions she’s made that you have issues with. Hopefully the supervisor can speak to her and then reassign into different probation officer.
My son was parked on the side of the road and he was in his backseat changing for work when a man entered his driver door and proceeded to drive off with my son and his car.My son asked him what he was doing and tried to fight the man from the back seat and the man pulled out a knife and was trying... Read more »
Your son is a victim and is protected under the victim bill of rights of Arizona. This means that the prosecutor will contact him if an arrest is made, with all court dates, regarding any type of plea or if the case is going to trial.
He will be assigned a victims advocate through the...Read more »
If I followed your question correctly, you’re wanting to know the possible punishments for class six felony in Arizona. A class six felony is the lowest level felony, but if your friend has priors it would be a higher punishment.
And if the phone he was committed while on parole...Read more »
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