only answer I received last week was I wasn't working here then, he has been in probation violation for 2 years, his Dad did put him rehab in april 2019 but he only stayed 30 days, but last week he decided he would voluntarily turn himself in to jail. He wanted to man up and put this behind him. It... Read more »
Cop charged me with shoplifting enhanced because I had convictions of grand larceny and receiving stolen goods. These charges were 6 years before and both for same offense. Cop said it was my third property crime but the two prior property crimes were for one incedent. Also what I'm being charged... Read more »
The crimes were committed in 2008, but a change in the USC in 2012 re-classified them as violent crimes. B&E, Larceny after the fact, and Larceny by anti-inventory device. The individual has fully reformed themselves and wishes to obtain pardon so they may obtain better employment and a better... Read more »
Assuming these charges were state charges you simply need to submit the appropriate forms and supporting documents to the department or Probation, Pardon, and Parole. If you go on PPP’s website you can download the form and instructions.
The fact that the person has a bench warrant has little to do with the ultimate outcome of the case. Without knowing the dollar amount of the forgery I can’t let you know what the possible sentence could be.
For example I was given until 4:30 pm Dec 24, 2019 to pay the bond so if I don't pay it can the landlord call the sheriff and have me removed at 5pm on the above mentioned date or does he have to go back to the magistrate and get a order to remove me immediately
I took my moms vehicle which I was given a key too with permission to use everyday to take brothers to school and personal use if I ask, I was told not to go out and took the car out anyway one night, they told me to be home by 10 or they’d call police. I arrive at 10:30, see the cops as I pull... Read more »
We would need some more information before we can answer that question. The issue would be if you were in custody at the time that you made the admission. You will need to reach out to a criminal defense attorney in your area or the public defenders office if you can not afford a private attorney...Read more »
From your question I am assuming that you purchased the home at the courthouse at auction. If that is the case, the bank will not issue any title or deed. The Judge (Master in Equity in most cases) will issue the deed and you will have to file it with the County Register of Deeds.
No. You cannot unless you do not know if your spouse is living. That is only a defense to the crime of bigamy. You need to file for divorce to be able to get remarried if you know your spouse to be living.
the majority of the mortgage each month. She doesn't have to file taxes (retired). How does this work? Can my name be added to the financing documents to show co ownership even though it's her credit that is being approved for the loan?
You may have a claim against the personal representative of the estate if they did not distribute property according to the will or state law if there was no will. You should reach out to an attorney in your area to see what your options are.
How does 2 pts affect insurance in SC? Is it worth it to try and fight the points or just be happy the trooper decreased the points from 4 to 2 and since I’ve paid just go on my way? It is my first ticket ever
The minimum points on any speeding ticket is two points. The judge does not have the authority to drop them any lower. Your insurance can take the conviction into account but that really depends on your carrier.
We signed a year lease, a month later the property changed hands a new lease was never signed.we have lived here going on 3 years. And have fell on hard times due to having a baby. We said there was somethings need to be fixed before we sign a new lease. It's a lot that needs fixed. They were... Read more »
There are very specific requirements under the SC Landlord Tennant Act that you must comply with before you are able to withhold any rent. Failure to comply with all of those requirements could result in eviction if you withhold rent. I would recommend that you reach out to an attorney near you so...Read more »
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