I walked off of a Wal-Mart with an iitemi intended to bit accidentally & was charged with theft. I paid all my fees & got into no more trouble & the case was dismissed. Will that show on a background check?
A hour later I called her and told her to just bring my friends 20 dollars back.i then received a text saying this is sheriff Tatum and what was the 20 dollars for.im scared I left my house and haven't went back since.i don't know what to do
Before you have any further interaction with law enforcement (or anyone for that matter), contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. Anything you say regarding the case, to anyone, can be used against you. You need an attorney to advise and protect you.
The police took his gun collection because he had a felon. He was trying to sell his guns to help pay for his legal bills. My brother committed suicide last week and I am the next of kin. I want to sell the guns to pay for his final arrangements. His gun collection was worth 10’s of thousands... Read more »
In Texas, a criminal case does not survive the death of a defendant. His criminal defense attorney (if he has one) should provide a death certificate and request that the district attorney dismiss the case.
Generally, when a case is dismissed, a defendant can request a return of property....Read more »
I was charged with a class A misdemeanor for assault causes bodily injury family member after a domestic dispute with my wife in which I reached for the remote from her and grabbed her arm to retrieve it after she would not give it back. She called the police and later called back to have the... Read more »
Hello all, I’ve been trying to find some answers but it’s been really difficult, I’m broke right now and can’t afford a lawyer, and this incident happened over a year ago but I’m just now getting information in the mail. I’m not... Read more »
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