My attorney obtained subpoenas for the sheriff’s and got a statement that supported my innocence. There was also video to support. However on the day of the hearing she went into another room with opposing counsel and came out telling me there was a warrant for me violating the order of... View More
I was at Walmart I went to checkout I usually check out with the scanner just bacuase it’s faster. So I scanned all my food and heard beeps for everything bout unfortunately some items didn’t register. It was under 35$ 6 items when I spent a total of 85$. I even scanned my pineapples 4times... View More
If this incident happened in Indiana, you should post this as a question for lawyers in Indiana. Crimes are charged in the county where the crime occurred, not in the county where you live. But to answer you underlying question, yes you can be charged for underringing items at a self checkout....View More
Yes. Charging someone with an offense is different from being found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. What's important here is that fingerprints show that a some point, a person has touched an object. Fingerprints cannot tell you when a person touched an object. Generally, a good defense...View More
A grand jury may not know of the Supreme Court's ruling. The grand jury is informed that a person has been charged with a specific crime. A witness then enters the room and essentially explains to the grand jury why that person was charged. The jury them decides if there is probable cause to...View More
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