Out of state. She flew there so he could see his child the room is in her name. And she says she has no idea of his status. They are separated. Can she be charged with harboring. They have her detained now
I was maliciously prosecuted for a crime I did not commit. A jury found me not guilty. No evidence or witnesses. Prosecutor and judge and catholic church just get away with it ? Is there any place to file complaints ?
If you don't care about owning a gun and you two are no longer together, then you might not want to fight the order. The unlawful sex with a minor is pretty old. Since she was 17, in general it is not as big an issue as when they are younger. (I AM NOT SAYING IT IS OKAY TO HAVE SEX WITH AN...Read more »
hello my name is Christopher A Dimas, I have been on parole for 6 years. I was convicted in 2012 and got released from the CDCR in 2014. i have been on parole since, i was told i was going to be on a 3 year parole when i was sentenced but when i got released i was told it is now a 5 year parole. so... Read more »
Parole times have changed in the last few years. If you plead guilty in 2012, then your plea form likely had a parole term "length." See if you can get a copy of it and see if your old attorney can help. However, it is probably better to contact the local public...Read more »
Los Angeles - Foltz Criminal Justice Center: The judge told me to give Notice to the DA of an upcoming Feb hearing. Do I only provide the D.A. with the hearing date, or do I also attached a copy of the Motion filed with the Court? Is there a form to notify the DA of a scheduled date (in addition... Read more »
Judge: Defense counsel are you going to be mentioning anything about a prior hung jury? DC: I mean your honor and I may say this is not exactly what my client... I do think it’s the best interest that I mean... I don’t really think we should even mention that there was a trail, I believe that... Read more »
When I was in elementary school, I stole some of my friends Pokémon cards and no one ever knew. If it were to come out years later now as an adult. Can I still be prosecuted and would I be tried as a juvenile or an adult. Also would the discovery rule apply to this?
their wishes. I was almost arrested a few months ago (possession of controlled substance, schedule I), but the arresting officer approached me after being detained & as if I'd be willing to do a controlled buy. I agreed & then met w/ the narcotics officer (he wasf in plain clothes),... Read more »
I was convicted of a DUI in May of 2019 and I've already completed my alcohol classes, my community service, MADD, paid all my fines, and had a restricted license and a breathalyzer for 6 months so now the DMV reinstated my full license. The only thing I have left to complete is my Hospital... Read more »
Yes, first call the attorney who helped you in the first place. If you didn't have one, then call the local (California) public defender's office and see if they will help. If not, call some local private attorneys who might do it for a little $.
If I plead guilty to charges to have charges reduced to misdemeanors in order to get out of jail after 9 months... but I actually didn’t do them (assault with intent to commit bodily injury, dissuading witness, and battery) but I did do the terrorist threat. Now I am forced to pay about 13k... Read more »
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