With so many priors, your uncle is facing significant jail time. After 2 prior convictions of H&S 11360, the charges could and likely has been in the past charged as a felony in which case he's facing 2, 3 or 4 years (low, mid and high term) in jail per the statute.
I was granted sole legal custody and sole physical custody of my minor child in 2012. my grandmother was babysitting for me for thee days and without my knowledge or consent took my child out of school , disconnected her phone number , and relocated to a different part of town. In 2016 my... Read more »
As Abraham Lincoln (who was an attorney before he became president) once said, "An attorney's stock in trade is his (or her) time". If you want an attorney to find out if there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest, hire a lawyer.
If your plea bargain wasn't what you expected it to be, why didn't you say so at the time of sentencing? A burglary (even 2nd degree is a felony) is a lot more serious than vandalism (misdemeanor). Also, why aren't you asking your attorney who represented you what happened....Read more »
I was doing donuts in an empty cul-de-sac next to a dirt lot at 2am, the CHP office was pretty close by which is how the got me because my car was really loud and the only one on the road at the time. After I had my fun I start heading home and drove past the office, I see a cop car waiting for me... Read more »
Hire a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney.
Drug related DUI's are more difficult for the DA to prosecute because there are no set standards regarding the level of the MJ in your system for a presumption that you were under the influence unlike alcohol related DUI's (.08).
3 years state prison on the felon in possession of a firearm, 3 years on the felony evading arrest and how much jail time was still left on the felony charge you pled out to or were convicted after a jury trial when you were placed on parole.
I suggest you consult with and perhaps hire a different attorney in your area. When I talk with DA's on behalf of my clients, they voluntarily dismiss the prior felony enhancement even when it's far more recent than yours. Otherwise, they know a Romero motion will follow to strike the...Read more »
Business and it's products are completely legal. The product I sell is firewood and water from a ground well that has water rights. Most customers use this on properties that are large MJ grows illegal by county ordinance but also used for housing among the same properties
It depends on the nature of the product, by whom it's used and for what purpose.
For example, you posted this question under several categories including Cannabis & MJ law. MJ is now legal for persons over the age of 18. However, if you sold/ delivered MJ to a minor (under 18)...Read more »
I'm being charged with 4 felonies 3 of them are strikes. I met this girl @ the casino she was flirting brought her home she later had her boyfriend come over when I was telling them it was time to gothe boyfriend handed me replica shotgun while she took a video of me holding it. Called the... Read more »
The restitution was not included in BK. The state of California garnished my wages to collect but they had to stop collection when I filed for BK. It has been around two years since BK was discharged and the state has not resumed trying to get payment. Should I just wait for them to contact me or... Read more »
Ask the attorneys who represented you re: the embezzlement charge and who assisted you with your BK. The restitution order may not be dischargable in BK and if it wasn't listed in the BK petition, you still owe the restitution amount.
Things started with neighbor whom moved out with harassment towards my family and I. A friend living across street from him then continued to do the same to us depriving us of peace in our own home. This is 24/7 and has been ongoing for over a year at least. Things have escalated, they’ve... Read more »
In order to file a lawsuit in Federal District Court, there has to be "diversity of citizenship" (meaning you live in 1 state while the defendants live in another). The amount of damages also has to be in excess of $75,000.
From what you've described, you have several...Read more »
Thus Person asked me to borrow Money and told me when She gets back to work She'll pay me, So b4the year was over I Asked Her When was She going to Pay me back, She told me there was Nothing in writing like a contract, There for She wasn't going to pay me back.
Your situation is a CIVIL matter, not criminal in nature.
You're going to have a tough time getting any of your money back without a contract or something else in writing that shows it was a loan and not a gift. Breach of an oral contract has a 2 year statute of limitations in...Read more »
You are undoubtedly represented by counsel (Federal Defender) who knows the facts of your case, your prior criminal history, etc., which is the basis of the offer (plus there are Federal Sentencing Guidelines for different types of cases in Federal court). He (or she) is in the best position to...Read more »
On my STATEMENT OF DEFENDANT ENTERING A GUILTY PLEA that I signed one of the requirements on this document says that I must complete a substance abuse class. I remember the judge calling it an assessment instead of a class. There is a significant difference between the two. If I complete a... Read more »
Unless you pled guilty straight up to the court (unrepresented by a Public Defender or private counsel), I suggest you talk with your attorney who assisted in the guilty plea entered. You can also contact the Court Clerk for the Criminal Division for the court (there are many courthouses in LA...Read more »
While I agree with Mr. Lehr's answer, be aware that attorneys on the criminal defense conflict panel, assuming the court appoints new counsel after the Marsden hearing, are paid a very small, lump sum, whether for court appearances or trial, which creates a financial disincentive to do...Read more »
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