The mixed-up lab test and results may be good news for you. This does not mean your case is going to be dismissed. However, it does show that the Lab and the Police, etc., have problems. That may turn into a win or a dismissal. There are many other factors in any criminal case. Hopefully, your...Read more »
I was arrested for online solicitation of a minor under 14 in a police sting. The communication was taking place on a app and I was in Harris county and the officers were Montgomery county, there was a meet setup and the meet up was in montgomery county and that was where i was arrested. In 2008... Read more »
Your question leaves out some possible scenarios. Sometimes all the actions of the defendant must occur in the same county. There are also possible crimes, including solicitation, that can result in a conviction, even if one of the elements or other actions of the defendant do not occur in the same...Read more »
The property sits on East Central and the absent half sister has contributed nothing for taxes, maintenance or management and she is a ward of the state. The first 90 days I owned it I was contacted by the city of Belton and informed I had less than 30 to get it cut or they would take action... Read more »
How serious is the government about perusing blatant false sworn affidavits that were a key part of cheating me out of rightful wages. After I cleared, staked, paid $15,000 for 58 tandem axel loads of engineered fill, installed erosion protection on one house pad and had my equipment operator... Read more »
So I was charged and convicted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in Brownfield Tx. I received 12 months state jail. The vehicle was reported stolen from Seminole Tx and now I am being charged in Seminole Tx for the same incident I’ve been convicted for. Is that legal or is it double... Read more »
It sounds like you have a few legal defenses to the new charge. I would need to see the new Indictment to properly advise you on the double jeopardy. There are some tricks to it, but if you were truly scammed on the initial purchase, why was that not raised as a defense on the 1st case?
You can not sue the Police unless you have established a "special relationship." That has not happened in your matter. Unfortunately, the police have no legal obligation to make a report, investigate, or arrest anyone. Believe it or not, that's the law.
My spouse has been Charged with unlawful possession of A firearm by felon. He got pulled over with a friend catching a ride home for a broken taillight, and was taken to jail for unlawful possession of a firearm by felon. The vehicle and the guns are registered to the driver. To his knowledge he... Read more »
I verbally agreed to sell my interest but didn't sign a sales contract. The realtor handling the deal had a sales contract that only had one party's name & signature as seller (not my name). The only info I had prior to closing was the sale price, that the proceeds would be split... Read more »
You need an attorney to handle this for you. The good news is that it should be easy to draft an agreement or release for the buyer to get their money back that protects you. However, I would need to see everything you previously signed, and anything presently offered for your signature....Read more »
Grandfather owner of land,had a WILL naming 6 heirs. My mother past1983 & my Grandfather past 6mo later. The 5 heirs left agreed to add my Mom 4children on as heirs.Probate was done 1984. Fast forward the Executor has past away recently and their are 4 heirs left, 3 sisters & Spouse of... Read more »
We have a mortgage but rent the lot. The office manager and her staff harassed my 14 year old son and then the office manager put her hands on him shoving him from behind. I would to Sue and if we can't then get out of my mortgage somehow so we are able to move and buy a house else where.... Read more »
If your original case which was the basis for your deferred adjudication has been dismissed by the court, and you have no other Felony convictions, you are NOT a FELON and therefore have no legal impediment to obtaining a gun.
I am assuming there are no other cases against you and no orders...Read more »
I want to know if someone can be arrested, tried and convicted based on information leaked from a third party? I’m doing some research for a book I want to write that revolves around hacking a corrupt corporation and have the information leaked. It wouldn’t be government related so there... Read more »
If everything you posted is true, then you need a lawyer to file a Writ of Habeas Corpus. If he has not been indicted, the Writ should set him free. The DA can still try for an indictment. The time limit on any charges is probably 3 years. I would need more information for that answer.
We purchased and closed on a home July 19, 2022. The Sellers falsified information on the real estate home disclosure form. Because they stated that everything was in working condition and failed to disclose many hazardous matters that they were apparently aware of, along with literally covering up... Read more »
It sounds like you have the basis for a lawsuit for breach of contract and/or fraud and other causes of action. There are statutes of limitations on Fraud that expire after ONE YEAR from the fraud or one year from the discovery of the fraud. Be sure to get a lawyer ASAP to avoid any statute...Read more »
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