My boyfriend was arrested 3 days ago. He was arrested at a traffic stop for a bench warrant he had for a prior drug possession charge that he skipped court for a year ago. Every time I call to see if he will be up for bail hearing they say he is still on hold. They said the arresting officer has... Read more »
A bench warrant is not like a regular warrant. Your boyfriend will be held until he is brought before a judge, and the judge vacates (removes) the bench warrant. In order for the court to do that, and to assure that the court is going to want to know that your boyfriend has been...Read more »
This offense is not eligible for expungement. Unlawful Neglect of a Child under the South Carolina’s Children’s Code is an offense that can result in a prison term of up to 10 years and/or fines decided at the court’s discretion.
Without knowing this, specifically whether you entrusted her with the birds and she refused to return them, whether she broke in to somewhere and took them without your permission or knowledge, etc., it’s impossible to examine whether there is a...Read more »
Because they give this man that know the police was looking for him and left the state to NC and got caught and picked up coming back into sc then they let his parent speak in court and not ours then the judge gave the man the lowest bond and a bracelet to be monitored to a nc home . There was no... Read more »
What you have described does sound appropriate to a SC Bond Hearing.
In all bond courts the Constitution requires a bond to be given to a defendant. Bond may only be denied, and that denial reviewed by a Circuit Judge, if a defendant presents an unreasonable and continuing...Read more »
I am a convicted felon with multiple felonies all are non-violent. I have no violent charges on my record. My charges are 13 years old and I'm looking to get my gun rights reinstated if possible In my state. Please help me with this.
No, as a felon you may not own, possess, hold, handle, or fire a firearm. The issue is not whether the felony is violent or non-violent, as the vast majority of felonies are non-violent. This issue is the felony conviction at all. The only way to restore your firearms rights as a...Read more »
If your neighbors can see you nude, they can file a police complaint for Indecent Exposure. This charge is a misdemeanor, with potential penalties if one is convicted that can include fines and/or imprisonment. The length of imprisonment will vary per case, but the maximum sentence...Read more »
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