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2 Answers | Asked in Federal Crimes, Criminal Law and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Alabama on
Q: Will I go to prison for a class c felony of chemical endangerment of a child for a first time offense ever in my life.

I have been charged with possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and a class c felony of chemical endangerment of a child due to having bongs and pipes and marijuana.

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Travis T Juneau answered on May 29, 2020

To directly answer your question, probably not. But, you could. As a non-guidelines offense the court could put you in prison without having to find an aggravating circumstance. Its vital that you contact an attorney, or contact your attorney if the court has appointed someone to represent you, and... Read more »

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3 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Child Custody and Child Support for Alabama on
Q: I'm headed for a divorce after 5yrand we have a 5yr old child together , will I have to pay child support and alimony

I don't want to have to pay for neither one. We both make around the same amount of money !

Birmingham, al.

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Travis T Juneau answered on May 28, 2020

The short answer, without knowing much more, is that you will pay child support unless you have primary custody of the child. Alimony, either periodic or alimony in gross depends on a number of factors thus, it is impossible to know if you will have to pay it or not without all of the specifics.... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Child Custody for Alabama on
Q: Hello i need advice. I live in Alabama and have since 2008. Ten years ago my husband and i split up

He had gotten with another woman and then moved out and we haven't been together since. 5 years ago he took our son and moved to Massachusetts without telling me beforehand (i spent two weeks panicking not knowing where my son was), and was told by several people that since we were still... Read more »

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Travis T Juneau answered on May 17, 2020

I'm very sorry to hear about your situation. Abandonment and infadelity are grounds for divorce in Alabama. It sounds like you would need to hire a private investigator to help locate your son. But, if you exhaust your attempts to locate your husband, you could be able to serve your husband by... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: A friend loaned me a rifle and I pawned the rifle with every intention to get it back. I did this to get medicine for

my wife’s health condition. However he decided to fial charged before I could get it back. I went to retrieve the rifle and Bibb County Sheriffs department had already seized it and charges were fialed. He was well aware of what my intentions and I was completely honest about the whole... Read more »

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Travis T Juneau answered on May 14, 2020

The first thing you should do is figure out why your friend would involve the police if they knew of your plan all along. What was your friend's motivation for calling the police and reporting the gun stolen? Next, once you have that figured out, explain everything to your lawyer and take your... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: My friend is in federal custody and has a warrant for misdemeanor probation violation

in state he wants to take care of the probation Violation how does he go about taking care of it? As he is already facing time in federal he wants to get it all over and done with. So when he does get out he can be with his children and family.

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Travis T Juneau answered on May 14, 2020

There are numerous ways to take care of this issue. Everything from the U.S. Marshall service turning him over to the State to the State agreeing to dismiss the pending probation violation action. Much of the outcome depends on the attitude of your local prosecutors, the tenacity of his attorney to... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: I have a felony warrant for community corrections in Morgan co.Alabama can I take care of it without going to prison

This is my second time I messed up my PO

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Travis T Juneau answered on Apr 26, 2020

The short answer is yes. Nothing in the law states that you have to go to prison. It is up to the Judge and what he/she thinks is necessary. But, just because you don't half to go to prison doesn't mean that you won't. The longer you stay in "escape status" (meaning that... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Alabama on
Q: Can attorney withhold funds from client received from a divorce settlement to pay for attorney services.

If client has repeatedly requested invoice and such was not provided until after the attorney received the clients settlement funds.

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Travis T Juneau answered on Apr 7, 2020

If I am understanding the question correctly, and please correct me if I'm wrong because this is based on a fair number of assumptions, 1) you hired an attorney for a divorce 2) you agreed to compensate said attorney at an hourly rate (contingency fees on divorce cases is barred by the Alabama... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: person has had a felony warrant issued by the state of Al for 80000 worth of stolen property from a store?

But wouldn't have done it if he wasn't in a active addiction and has been wanting to go in to a long term rehabilitation Facility 9 months to 1 year

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Travis T Juneau answered on Apr 3, 2020

This is not currently a question. Please update with more information about what you are wanting to know.

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3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Alabama on
Q: Can I get a restraining order?

During the COVID 19 outbreak my older sister and I have kept our parents isolated in their home, taking them things as they need and interacting with them from a distance. I called my mom Friday to see what she was doing, and my younger sister, who has been going to work everyday, blew our... Read more »

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Travis T Juneau answered on Mar 31, 2020

The quick answer is no, you can't get a protection from abuse order on behalf of another adult unless you are their guardian. In Alabama, the court does not issue restraining orders, they call it an order for protection from abuse.

If your parents wish to get a protection from abuse...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Alabama on
Q: I was told that I have a warrant for Theft by deception. Idk what that means.

The only thing I can think of it could be would be checks I cashed that my roommate wrote to me and I found out that he later claimed were stolen but he is the person driving me to the bank and the teller line and he actually put the checks into the machine to send over to the teller. He knows I... Read more »

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Travis T Juneau answered on Mar 19, 2020

First thing to do is to stop assuming you know what events lead to this warrant. It could be any number of things to includes false allegations and misunderstandings. Then, find a good criminal lawyer and have faith that they will get to the bottom of it and work hard to reach the best outcome... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Alabama on
Q: How do I get a DV removed from my record? A couple of years back, me and my brother had a disagreement. So we started

getting in each other's faces. No punch was thrown. So whenever the police arrived, he told us that if one of us don't "own up" to throwing the first punch, we're both going to jail. I didn't want my brother to get lock up so I said I hit him so he go to jail. And now... Read more »

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Travis T Juneau answered on Mar 16, 2020

A misdemeanor DV conviction can destroy lives due to the unforeseen consequences. From the context of the question, it appears that you have already been adjudged guilty of Domestic Violence 3rd Degree. The two ways to have your Second Amendment Rights restored/ revived, that I can think of, are 1)... Read more »

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