The person is a bad person to society with no morals and has caused me a great deal of pain and anguish. I want to beat them up and expose them for what they are. I guess I have a vendetta can I threaten them without getting a terroristic threat charge?
It is illegal to use any threatening language of any kind towards a person in the state of Georgia. You could face possible charges such as terroristic threats or harassing communication. If you are in physical danger, I advise seeking the help of law enforcement. If you are not in physical...View More
That is not necessarily true. Probation could submit to the Court a tolling order and if it has been signed his probation would stop or "toll" until such time as he is arrested not the warrants. If a tolling order has been signed there is no way for his probation period to run out.
There is to speculate why the police charged only your boyfriend with the drug possession without reviewing ing the State’s evidence. From what you are describing, your boyfriend likely has a solid defense and needs to hire counsel to review the evidence and develop his defense to work towards a...View More
There is no way to predict what will happen because there are many variables at play. To put yourself in the best position, you should obtain counsel to look into the evidence of the offense, advise you of your options, and advocate for your best interest.
Most likely, that restitution amount is a part of that individuals sentence in Fulton County. If so this means that this individual will make restitution payments to his probation officer who will process them to you as the victim. Your payment will be dependent on that individual's adherence...View More
Nothing was stolen from the car , it’s almost like he went to the wrong car , somebody else said something but that person doesn’t stay there anymore. I want to know if I can beat it , get it dropped all the way or get it dropped to a misdemeanor?
An experienced criminal defense attorney will be able to look at the evidence the State plans to use at trial in the entering auto case, evaluate the strength of the evidence, determine whether there are now witness issues with the State’s case, and determine if they can negotiate a more...View More
In Georgia, obstruction of a law enforcement officer depends on whether it is a felony or misdemeanor offense. A misdemeanor offense carries a potential sentence of up to one year in jail and $1000 fine. A felony offense carries a potential sentence of 1 to 10 years in custody with a $300 minimum...View More
The man who car it is dropped the charge but state wanna pick it up because it’s not his first time catching the charge but he gone tell them he mistaken it for his sister car because he stay right next to her in some apartments . If just wanna know if it’s a way to beat it or get it dropped or... View More
At this point the charges are being brought by the State and the complaining witness can not on his own drop the charges. Getting counsel maybe more advantageous (which is always the case) in this case particularly because you mention the defendant has had similar charges in the past which may make...View More
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