Vehicle Was impounded due to arrest subsequently arrest and charge was dismissed unfortunately vehicle was sold by towing company Because they were not following the abandoned motor vehicle laws and I was told it's now a civil matter but I want to make it a criminal matter also but unable to... Read more »
Depends. If the vehicle has already been impounded, then no. The authorization was valid when they impounded it and that does not change after the fact. If the vehicle has not been impounded yet, the dismissal could possibly prevent the vehicle being impounded based on the dismissed charges.
What is your goal in pursuing the matter? If you are seeking to get your money back along with possible damages for the headache, you would be better off pursuing this matter civilly rather than criminally. The type of civil lawyer you would need is one who practices an area of law called,...Read more »
This means that the person who has been arrested in one place has a warrant in another place. So, when they are bonded out of wherever they are, they will immediately be transferred to the location where the other warrant is. For example, he or she got arrested in Decatur, but has a warrant out...Read more »
Had a car accident around 2015. Received 5 misdemenaors and 1 felony charge. Went to first court date and was told that they were trying to send it to Federal court and would receive a letter for court in 6 months to a yr. Never received a new court date. Recently was working at a job that I have... Read more »
Bench warrants are issued in circumstances were (1) you failed to appear for a court date (2) failed to pay a court fine on time (3) failed to obey a court order or violated probation. The main way to get a bench warrant lifted is to appear in court - either through your attorney or in person....Read more »
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