Second degree burglary can be a class 3 or 4 felony. If you are charged with a class 4 felony, the possible time in the Department of Corrections is 2-6 years. If you are charged with a class 3 felony, the possible Department of Corrections time is 4-12 years.
I'm disabled and was present when the employee took my $500 plus device out of the ecoATM, he called his parent company and they advised him to maintain possession of the device that I was pinging with the "find my device" application provided to me by my service provider. I understand that I was a... Read more »
I was cited for not coming to a complete stop at a flashing red light. The police officer was illegally parked in the middle of the street with no exterior lights on at 2am. There are signs advising of no parking, standing, or stopping directly in front of where the officer was parked. The closest... Read more »
A judge will likely base the decision to allow or disallow evidence of what the officer was doing on whether or not the evidence is relevant to your guilt or innocence. Unless the officer's actions affected your failure to stop, then you will have a hard time showing relevance.
My dad lives in Longmont. "Duplex" is probably not the correct term: it is a single building that contains two residences, each owned by a separate person. The area has an HOA. There was a hail storm a few months ago. A roofer and my dad's insurance (State Farm) adjuster confirmed he has roof... Read more »
You may be better off just having your dad's neighbor go straight to an attorney who specializes in first-party property insurance bad faith claims. That lawyer can get a better idea of the facts of the case and point them in the right direction. Often bad faith insurance litigation firms will...Read more »
If you miss a mandatory court date, the court can and likely will issue a bench warrant. If you fail to pay a non-mandatory court citation by the due date, they will likely issue a default judgment against you and can hold you in contempt if you fail to pay by a certain time. Your best bet is to...Read more »
Typically if an officer suspects that you are impaired by drugs, including marijuana, they will only give you the option of taking a blood test after you are arrested instead of offering a blood OR breath test.
Before you are officially arrested, the officer will also try to run you through...Read more »
He was standing on what he thought was a public sidewalk. It was late at night. An officer pulled up, gave him a ticket with notice to appear in court. He was too afraid to tell me so he went alone to court. The ticket was for trespassing. He knows better than to question a LEO. He appeared and the... Read more »
You need to get your son a lawyer. It sounds like you both need some clear guidance on what the state is accusing your son of doing and how to best proceed. You should apply for a public defender today, and if you dont qualify ask for the low/slow pay list if you have limited funds.
If the DMV makes an administrative finding that you were driving under the influence, you will lose your license immediately. This typically happens when you take a chemical test or refuse testing. Revocation for breath tests above .08 and refusals happens immediately, at which point you are...Read more »
Nothing. You will still have a warrant for your arrest regardless of who issued it. If you want to get rid your warrant, you should hire an attorney to file a motion to quash for you. If not, you can always turn yourself in, bond out, and get a new court date.
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