Youth court is separate from circuit court and special rules concern charges that are bound from circuit court to youth court. Without more facts, this is a difficult question to answer. I recommend you contact a Mississippi criminal defense attorney to discuss this further. I would be happy to...Read more »
First, you should consult a criminal defense lawyer concerning this charge. As to your question about whether a conviction would result in a fine or jail time, the statute in question states, "the fine not to exceed one hundred dollars, and the imprisonment not to exceed six months in the county...Read more »
At Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A., we handle cases similar to this on a daily basis. As Tim said, you should start by contacting a lawyer, preferably one licensed in Mississippi that is experienced with these types of cases, to begin discussing your potential claim. Most lawyers use an intake procedure to...Read more »
Only way I could see this affecting your parole is if you broke your lease and moved without letting your Parole Officer know of your new address. I would consult a Mississippi attorney to attempt to further delve into the situation.
Hello guys - I am a young woman from humble beginnings living with a disability since age 2 - who one day was blessed enough to be awarded a prestigious US department of States scholarship. While in the US I founded a nonprofit, that will later help me drive changes in my land. I left the US years... Read more »
There are certain visa options that are different than the B1/B2 visa which would allow you to come to the United States to work with your non-profit, but many have limited circumstances in which they apply. I would consult an attorney who is well versed in these issues to discuss further.
Most counties in Mississippi will allow you to waive appearance and pay the tickets in full in order to avoid coming back to Mississippi. Depending on the circumstances, this could be an option for you. I would contact a Mississippi attorney to discuss this further.
The speedy trial right needs to be invoked by the defendant (your brother) and hopefully already was invoked at the time of his initial appearance. However, it is routine in certain counties for a defendant to wait beyond 270 days to obtain a trial.
In short, her B1/B2 visa was given to her for tourist purposes. In order to get that visa, she had to show that she had non-immigrant intent, which means she did not intend to stay in the United States permanently.
This is important, because if she tried to adjust status while still in the...Read more »
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