If this was a situation where you were to have no contact with the victim as a condition of bond and you contacted the victim, now your bond is violated or revoked. The victim cannot simply drop charges in most cases. Once you are arrested, it is the State vs you, not the victim.
If you have already been sentenced then you have a limited time to file a motion to withdraw your guilty plea. If you feel that your plea was not knowingly and voluntarily given or your attorney was ineffective then you may be able to file a habeas. You definitely should consult with an attorney...Read more »
Also if out on bond can I request if charged in two different cities on poss of firearm by convicted felon be run concurrently together for one plea agreement??last question is can a officer pull you over by stating someone called but not list it in the report??
This is a question you should ask your attorney. Plea deals must be entered into voluntarily and with the understanding of all the charges and consequences. Some cases can run concurrently but it depends. Once again, something that you should consult your attorney about. Yes, officers can pull...Read more »
He can stay in jail until there is a probation revocation hearing in front of a judge. At that time the judge will determine if the person can continue on probation or if his probation will be revoked and he is sent to prison on his original charges. Always best to hire an attorney for the best...Read more »
More information is needed to adequately answer this question. However, Fulton County has grand jury hearings more than once a week so it could be that the case was set to appear on the grand jury calendar for one day and it was actually heard or reset for another day. Cases can also be direct...Read more »
Not sure about the second part of your question. Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon means that the person was previously convicted in court for a felony offense and he was found to be in possession of a gun as a new offense. Possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime (if...Read more »
A security guard asks me for my police ID I said it was in the car. She followed me to the car I said I must have I left it home. I left the parking lot and drove home at 11:00am. Five hours 4:00 pm swat was at my house with a warrant for my arrest. I wanted to take a picture of my grandchild with... Read more »
I agree that you should contact an attorney to assist you with this case. There are a lot of questions that need to be asked and answered. I am a former police officer and certainly understand wanting to wear your uniform to take a picture with your new grand baby. We are here to help. LaGrone...Read more »
Hearsay. He was already questioned & gave information on what he knows to the authority. He don't have bond, & the GBI turned down the charges that's pending. The public defender is slow moving on his case & we seriously need help getting him home, cause he is innocent. What... Read more »
If you are not happy with the services of his public defender then you need to hire a lawyer. There are a lot of things behind the scenes that you may not be aware of. Plus, you are getting second and third hand information. Call us...we are here to help.
Not quite sure what you are asking. Possession of a stolen vehicle is a felony. Less than 2000 is the estimated value of the vehicle stolen. The vehicle was stolen from Georgia and found or recovered in SC.
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