The judge for because I'm a single sole provider of two kids and also a essential worker...i was granted an extension but are not allowed any more but that was before covid-19 anything I could ask the judge for during this pandemic
You should consult with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. He/she can go over your options and can possibly file motions on your behalf to make sure that you can complete your sentence in a way that you originally bargained for. Depending on the terms of your plea or sentencing order,...Read more »
He is a non violent offender with under a year of time left. His name is Jamie Wacasey and he was arrested and charged with driving while suspended. He was traveling to walmart for children's tylenol when he was arrested. We are all very worried about him and this virus rapidly spreading... Read more »
Sorry to hear about this. You should consult with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to consider his options. There are motions that can be filed on his behalf to try and get him relief during this scary time. Good luck!
Under Indiana law, “IC” stands for Indiana Code, and the following numbers are the Title- Article - Chapter - and section of the code that states a particular law. Title 9 outlines laws and penalties for most driving offenses. However, IC 9-41-5-2(a) does not exist, as the articles under Title...Read more »
Generally speaking, if you do not have a prior unrelated conviction for possession of paraphernalia, the charge is a Class C Misdemeanor, which carries a potential penalty of up to 60 days in jail (or up to one year on probation).
The possession question depends upon the substance...Read more »
My boyfriend is currently in prison and just got the two charges mentioned above and he wants to know how long they have to take him to trial and why the case worker on his dorm said that he has no detainers.
Generally, under Indiana law, a person must be brought to trial within a period of one (1) year or the case must be dismissed. There are exceptions to this rule (such as continuances filed on behalf of Defendant, or Court congestion, among other things). A person who is incarcerated, and files a...Read more »
I have a restraining order on my daughters father do to him molesting her.. still in court over that atm. His family came by my home today (his mom, sister and dad) and started recording me, asking me to see my daughter I was of course notably upset and crying. They continued to record me and... Read more »
If there is a protective order in place, then any direct or indirect contact with you or your daughter (depending upon whom the protective order covers) would be a violation of that order. If these things are occurring, you should contact police.
This depends on what the Sentencing Order says. If the Sentencing Order states, for example, that you must return to the jail after you have completed your rehabilitation services then you may not simply leave after you are finished with your time at the facility. It is best to consult with an...Read more »
A person may charged with disorderly conduct under Indiana Law if the person recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally:
(1) engages in fighting or in tumultuous conduct; or (2) makes unreasonable noise and continues to do so after being asked to stop.
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