This will vary based on the facts and circumstances surrounding the arrest. I would recommend finding an attorney that will give you a free consultation. It wouldn't take very long and they could go through everything with you.
There are specific protections that relate to married couples providing testimony against their spouse in criminal trails. From your question, it appears your are asking about evidence that was discovered by the spouse, and not necessarily testimony. It would be best to call an attorney to go over...Read more »
There is not a specific law that requires a jail to provide COVID tests on request. However, if they are concerned about their health, I would recommend they raise this concern with their attorney so that they can address the issue with the jail staff.
Yes, they can absolutely be charged. However, the real question will be whether they will be convicted. It sounds like you may have a strong case. I would recommend you contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss your options.
This will depend on the state that this relationship occurred. As Mr. Thorgaard said, it likely won't have anything to do with if the parents consent. Instead, it will depend on the age of consent in the state.
During my Freshman year in undergrad, if I won a competition and received an investment for it, can I switch from a F1 to an E2 visa status? I would like to start a business there. My family owns a business in my country. While I am in college, I want to start my own business in the US. Within 1 to... Read more »
Please be aware that starting your own business inside the United States will require employment authorization, which does not automatically come when some is on an F-1 visa. While there are certain circumstances where you can obtain work authorization while on F-1, that is a separate process that...Read more »
I have a son that has one month old and was born in mexico, im trying to register as a citizen(CRBA). I am a US Naturalization. And one of the requirement is this ( Documents to provide proof of father’s presence in the U.S. prior to child's birth (for at least 5 complete years and at... Read more »
Yes, the laws concerning when a child acquires United States citizenship when born abroad are quite complex and depend on many factors. One of these factors, which applies when the basis of citizenship is linked to a United States citizen father, concerns the length of time he physically resided in...Read more »
I was stopped for not having on my selt belt. The officer asked for my license which I gave him. He then went to his car and ran my license. It came back expired by one month. He asked if I knew about it I said no and he handed me back my license. He then when to another officer and was speaking to... Read more »
While the 4th Amendment does not protect the sent that come from your vehicle, there are several other avenues to challenge the arrest. Was the stop valid? How long were you held at the scene while they waited on the K9 unit to arrive? Did the K9 actually provide an alert?
I have a conditional greencard through marriage. Unfortunately, I lost all my legal documents overseas including my greencard. I was able to return to USA with a travel permit. Now since I'm here, I haven't been able to replace my SS or to get my drivers... Read more »
I would highlight that you will need to file your I-751 within the appropriate timeframe. Please understand that you do not need to have the replacement Green Card in hand to apply to remove the conditions.
Undocumented immigrant may have options available to apply for protection here in the United States. This will depend on the specific case. I would recommend reaching out to an immigration attorney to discuss what options are available.
What was categorized as a traffic stop was really an investigation. Allegations of a traffic violation could not be substantiated. Further allegations during the traffic stop stated that drugs were found in plain view but those allegations are unsubstantiated as well. Even during a sentencing... Read more »
The short answer is No! The prosecutor cannot withhold exculpatory evidence (meaning evidence that is helpful to the defense). If they fail to give this evidence to the defense it is called a Brady Violation. From your question it sounds like the case has already concluded. If so, a Brady Violation...Read more »
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