Yes, an out of state warrant will get you arrested in another state. It usually happens when a police officer calls in your information during a traffic stop. The police will arrest you and wait for the state who issued the warrant to come get you.
It depends on the details surrounding why they gave you the card and the how long you kept the card. If you were suppose to use it to buy something then you should have given it back to them immediately after the purchase. More information is needed to determine if the facts support a criminal...Read more »
Your bond could be revoked if you personally don't show up to court . It is smart to have an attorney , especially in a circuit court case, but if you don't have an attorney you wont get your bond revoked.
Harassment is an A Misdemeanor in Tennessee meaning you could be sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in jail or probation. However, if the facts you stated are true and you did not communicate with the victim then , in my opinion, the case against you is weak. Harassment requires communication....Read more »
It depends on what the life insurance policy says happens upon death. It will likely go into his estate which means someone will need to open the estate and start the probate process. You should hire an attorney to assist you.
In my face which was not true at all ! & I had stated right then to the police that he didn't do that & they wouldnt listen to me & still said they were giving him domestic violence we already have court in 2 months , & I don't want to press any charges against him at this... Read more »
I'm unsure whether he will be able to bond out but you can call the jail and see if there is a bond. Keep in mind that if he is bonded out he will likely have bond conditions that forbid him from having contact with you (the victim). He will need to hire an attorney to gather all the...Read more »
My son is an alcoholic and has been in residential treatment for 30 days and I was going to evict him but I was told by a paralegal that since he's been gone for 30 days I don't have to evict him that I just don't have to let him back in.
To be safe, I suggest a written 30-Day Notice to evict . If your son remains on the property after 30 days , then you may proceed with the eviction process by filing a Summons and Complaint with the court.
We don’t necessarily live together but I’m always there and I have a key. We were both running upstairs to the apartment which she can attest to this and closed the door in my face and when I tried to run inside the door was locked and it cracked the frame. She then unlocked the door and let me... Read more »
Make sure you save the text messages from her. Take a screen shot of them and save them to a file or print them out. You will need them as part of your defense. I recommend hiring an attorney to fight for you. Your attorney will discuss your case with the DA and hopefully come to a resolution....Read more »
He was sitting in a car in the street in front of his friend's parents' house. The officer said he smelled marijuana and took a small amount of marijuana from my son. His friend's parents confirmed that he was staying with them. His citation is for simple possession (39-17-318). Now... Read more »
If Marijuana was found on your son then he could be charged with Simple Possession of a schedule VI drug. These type of cases are not usually dropped. It sounds like his first court date is an appearance date which is a formality to give defendant's their trial dates and possibly apply for an...Read more »
When you file the complaint for divorce your husband will be served the papers. If you fear he will get violent then I wouldn't be alone with him. Try to make arrangements to stay somewhere else. Don't put yourself in a potentially dangerous situation.
Felony charges usually stay on your record for life until expunged. Call the District Attorney's office in the county you received the charge and see if you can get it expunged off your record. Certain criteria have to be met before it can be expunged.
I agree with Mr. Avery. If it was judicial diversion you will have to complete conditions of probation including paying all fines and court costs. If you can't pay them all you can ask the court to waive some of them. Once your probation officer says you have completed probation you can go to...Read more »
I do have a past record.dui in2011 over alcohol. DUI second offence was in 2012. Driving on suspended....... I wasn't ordered to have the interlock untill the second one. I paid all my probation, fines, and my reinstatement fee. But i just got a job right before i was pulled over. So... Read more »
Yes it is possible to get things worked out. If you can afford an attorney then it is smart to hire one to help walk you through the process and make sure everything is completed to obtain your license. An attorney can help you obtain a waiver of the interlock device fees as well as negotiate...Read more »
There should be a bond listed unless its a second or more probation violation. If not, then I agree with Mr. Avery in that a motion to set bond should be filed immediately. It's important to hire an attorney to help .
You will probably not go to jail but you do need to call and straighten out the details. I would call the DA office and talk to the DA or witness coordinator about the issue. If they wont talk to you then make sure to give all the details on the defendant's court date. You will be the main...Read more »
It depends on the facility. Some rehabilitation facilities allow for the mother and baby to stay together. Your best bet is to hire an attorney to help find the best rehabilitation place and to defend you in the child endangerment charge. Good Luck.
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