The case started as a vehicular assault case and was dropped to simple assault. The occupants of the other vehicle denied be the driver due to their soberity. The car belonged to one occupant's recently deceased mother. No accident report was filed by the officers on the scene. The THP has no... Read more »
This is not uncommon. Revoked licenses are tricky and reinstatements can be very expensive. You can research the specific requirements to reinstate the license on https://dl.safety.tn.gov/_/ . There may not be an accident report because it was charged as an assualt not an accident. If there is a...Read more »
Is it legal for him to do that if he didn't actually see who did the crime but he told police I did it an showed them pics of someone driving a vehicle and said it was me they have a warrant for me now an I'm innocent if they watch his cameras they would see me leaving before these other vehicles... Read more »
It is not illegal if your neighbor thought you committed a crime involving his property. If there is a warrant then you are going to need to call the Sheriff's department and see if they want you to turn yourself in. Because of COVID-19 , people with warrants are being booked then released on a...Read more »
Hi. i’m 19 and still living at home with my parents not by choice. my mother takes all of my money from my bank account preventing me from moving out. she also has forced me into giving her my information to my logins for my college classes and reads all my emails. is there any way i could sue... Read more »
If your name is solely on the checking account then your mom is not allowed to take the money without your permission. If she does, it can be considered theft and you can call the police and report it. If it is a joint checking account with your mom's name then it is her account as much as yours....Read more »
Depends on the charges and situation. A lawyer can discuss his case with the district attorney and possibly negotiation reinstatement of probation. Without knowing more information about the case it's hard to give you a definite answer. Maybe you could ask the question again with more detail.
Depends. If there were illegal drugs around you when you overdosed then you can be charged with simple possession and possibly drug paraphernalia. A new charge will violate your probation. Depending on the drug, there could be mandatory jail time on top of the jail time you might serve for...Read more »
If you were following too closely then the police had a right to stop you for a traffic violation.
Once stopped , the police needed a reason to search your car. If the police saw drugs in plain sight, smelled possible marijuana, you consented to a search of the car , (along with a couple...Read more »
She is threatening him with child support court and saying he will be in jail all because he wants to see his son and she is scared he will catch the virus. She isn't allowing him to pick his son up this weekend and she didnt give him his 1/2 of spring break. This is not this first time she has... Read more »
We are in new times with the coronavirus and people are scared and anxious. However, if the ex wife is going against the custody agreement then she could be help in contempt. I would suggest talking to a family law attorney and , if needed, set a court date to go in front of a judge and discuss the...Read more »
i called the law because the naighbor threatened to kill my dog for barking the law told me that they could fine me but she is in my yard with me now im afarid to let her out is this true and how can someone thretin to cause harm to my pet and me be to blamn
It looks like Cleveland, Tennessee does have a noise ordinance that includes pet barking. According to the ordinance It is a violation if it is "frequent or long continued noise that disturbs the comfort or repose of any person in the vicinity". Therefore, you could be fined by a police officer if...Read more »
I am a 17 year old. I was caught shoplifting an object worth 180 pesos from a grocery store. They asked me my name, age and address, then called my guardian to pay 10 times the amount then took my picture before letting me go. I was wondering am I going to go jail? is this going on my record? will... Read more »
If you were charged with a shoplifting charge then it is possible (but unlikely) you will go to jail. Shoplifting is an A misdemeanor meaning it carries a sentence of 11 months and 29 days in jail but you can possibly get that suspended to probation. If you plea guilty it will be on your record...Read more »
You will serve 30% of 2 months ( 60 days) before you will get work credit (two days credit for every one day served, if you qualify). The sheriff at the jail is the official calculator of your "out date" . You should receive that out date within the first week of being in jail. . It will...Read more »
I have had one shopplifting expunged off my record nearly 4 years ago. I was stupud and did it again and was caught again. When i go to my first court date what should I plea. Also I think I make to much to get a pointted an atterny but i still cant afford it what can I do
If it was truly expunged then the first charge will not show up on your record . Whether you will get jail time depends on a lot of things like the amount stolen and facts of the case If the charge was in Williamson county then you need to know the DAs will try to prosecute to the fullest. You...Read more »
And they want to put me in jail if I go back on that paper that I didn't know that I signed anyway I didn't know what to say what I signed and they didn't tell me anything about my Chargers and my lawyer said that that the judge could put me in jail until trial
I was incarcerated in 2016. I was released on October 19, 2020. When I was released I was under the impression that I had flattened my time. February 5, 2020, a parole officer came to my house to inform me that I was apparently on probation. I was unaware and so was she. My sentence was flatted. I... Read more »
You should go to clerk's office and look at your file and find out what plea agreement you signed . The details of your plea will be in your file. You should hire an attorney to talk to the District Attorney or set a hearing in front of the judge to address parole issue and determine if you did in...Read more »
Yes, you should hire an attorney . A lot of times probation violations result in jail time. How much jail time can depend on the number of probation violations you've had and why you violated your probation. An attorney can help navigate through details of your probation violation, negotiate...Read more »
Harassment accusation along with order of protection in January, 2019. Order of protection dismissed twice (won initial hearing and appeal hearing). Harassment was bound over to grand jury in March, 2019 and it’s now February, 2020 and it is still showing as bound over. Is there a time limit for... Read more »
When a case is bound over it sometimes gets pushed a few months but a year is a little long. I would first contact the clerks office and see if they have any information about when your case is scheduled to go to the grand jury? The clerk's office usually has updates and sends out letters of grand...Read more »
I received a letter from my attorney who handle such cases. My question is do I need to be at the first court date, since the state took it over? I havent been subpoenaed, just the letter from my lawyer stating she wousl be representing me. He's going to plead not guilty anyway, so theyll just... Read more »
If you are required to be present you should receive a subpoena. You are the victim witness in your domestic assault case therefore, the District Attorney will want to talk to you/your attorney before deciding whether to dismiss or move forward in prosecuting the case.
Receiving a new charge while on probation will likely violate your probation. You should call your probation officer and tell them of your new charge. If your probation officer decides to violate you, a warrant will be issued for a probation violation and you will be arrested and have to bond out...Read more »
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