I would really need more information. It depends a lot on if there is any evidence he had knowledge or if he maybe did or said something after. It also depends with his co defendant says. He needs to get an attorney and get help as this is a serious charge. I offer a free consultation if you want...Read more »
Yes, however depending how long the case has been going on the court may not allow the attorney time to get ready so you would need to talk to the potential new attorney to have them evaluate if they could get more time and if they could be prepared if the judge denied a continuance.
Hi. I have a asylum case based on religious ground. My religion is banned in my country. Police can arrest me, fine, confiscate belongings and put me in jail for practicing my religion which includes (possessing literature, participating in worship meetings and proselytizing or teaching someone... Read more »
We got stopped we where not told the reason for all we where asked was if we knew where some guy was.. We said no the sherrif knows who she was looking for yet she searched my car and arrested my boyfriend i need help fast.
Is the case in CA or AZ. If it is in CA I can help with the criminal and immigration. If it is in AZ I can only help with the immigration. As for posting bail he may have an ICE hold or get one when you post and would then be held for immigration to pick up so bail is tricky. Please feel free to...Read more »
Good afternoon. There are a lot of variable that come into play for your sons case. He may get lucky and the case may not get filed. However, there are actually 2 laws. One is a blood alcohol of .08 or higher and the other is driving under the influence which can be charged regardless of his blood...Read more »
Good afternoon. For the two that are on probation, if it is formal probation with a probation officer one of the terms is that you report police contact. If it were to come up later and you had not reported it, then it could be a problem. If it is informal probation there is no need to do anything.
Good afternoon. It will depend a lot on what the warrant is for. This is a case where I would strongly recommend talking to an attorney who may be able to try and recall the warrant without you present or can help prep you for what to do when going in and have everything prepared to try and keep...Read more »
it is a friend of mine he is a US citizen he went to Vietnam and got married he has filed paper work and has been approved but he will need to have a co-sponsor sign because of his income. I worry if she gets sick or has a baby, is there a way for us to not be held accountable
Your responsibility as a sponsor lasts until the immigrant becomes a U.S. citizen or has earned 40 work quarters credited toward Social Security (which is about 10 years), dies, or permanently leaves the United States. If something happens before then the government or immigrant can take you to...Read more »
a copy of the cases in which he was charged and convicted of. His name was not mentioned in the 'BODY' of the indictments. The cases are as follows: (G.S #14-27 2a2), (G.S #14-39), (G.S #14-32a) and (G.S #87). How do I obtain copies of these cases? Please advise.
I would say contact his attorney or attorneys if they weren't all the same. Otherwise, you may be able to hire an attorney to do an "investigation" which is basically to go to the courts and get the copies for you.
I would need to get a little more information but if you had to leave and go back to the country you are claiming asylum from that could be a problem and you need to talk to an attorney to figure out the best way to handle it. That being said it would not be impossible. Also, if your interview had...Read more »
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