I was maliciously prosecuted for a crime I did not commit. A jury found me not guilty. No evidence or witnesses. Prosecutor and judge and catholic church just get away with it ? Is there any place to file complaints ?
A lawyer involved in a 'white collar crime fraud scheme' would surely face the loss of their license with the state bar, not-to-mention criminal prosecution. You can file a complaint at The California State Bar website- calbar.ca.gov or call (800) 843-9053. It might be wise to consult...Read more »
The three strikes law (1170.12 P.C.) is still very much alive in California. However to receive a sentence of 15 years to Life, the 3d strike must be a serious /violent one, listed in 667 or 1192.7, otherwise the maximum confinement time is double what could otherwise be imposed. A Romero Motion,...Read more »
My son was severely beaten by sheriffs ,one cop broke his leg and the others broke,fractured their fist and wrist beating my sons head in causing 5 large lacerations to his scalp and face . Now he's being charged with 148's and 69's pc (about 10 each) and I'm looking for... Read more »
She saw the judge on November 13, 2020 and was sentenced for 5 days and so her court date was moved because of COVID and her cell was quarantine and she calls me up today and said she has to stay another 14 more days because quarantine again. Her public defender wont return my calls and she is... Read more »
They can't keep her longer than the sentence imposed. Either she misunderstood the sentence, or a clerical error could have occured. I would start with classifications at the jail, and ask for the sentence and out-date. Compare that against the minute order of the sentencing contained in the...Read more »
Hello i keep my money in my moms bank account. I recently sent $500 to my friend.
My moms not reporting me for some reading she wants to report my friend. She wants to tell her bank my friends stealing. "Will my "friend" get introuble. As it is it shows my account with my... Read more »
It sounds like your mother controls your money, and she didn't okay you sending it to your 'friend'. Unless the friend obtained the money through fraudulent means, or took advantage of you to get it, it's not clear how the friend would be in trouble. If you are having second...Read more »
Typically, a protective order connected to discovery, would involve an agreement between counsel, prohibiting the attorney, client, and anyone else working on the case, from disclosing the information contained in the discovery, to the public or third parties.
1-current gand jury is unconstitutional. FBI goes to grand jury to get a sure conviction. Fbi on same day brings case to Judge and gets warrant. Arrest you and lie and say your arraignment is your due process. I think this is a clear violation of due process along with the violation one goes... Read more »
You have the right to confront and cross-examine your accusers; the right to remain silent or testify on your own behalf; the right to effective assistance of counsel (free); the right to subpoena witnesses on your own behalf, and the right to trial by a jury.
It depends on how they want to use the conviction against you. They can go back to 16 years of age for prior strike convictions. Generally speaking, prior felony convictions don't really time-out, unless it's for diversion eligibility, (none in the prior 5 years) or serious felony...Read more »
Say that he is found guilty of all charges how much time will he get? Including priors from past charges. If we get a lawyer what are his changes of getting less time and dropping the possession with a fire arm since the fire arm is broken and can't shoot and dropping Grand Theft Auto since he... Read more »
Yes, he should definitely hire a lawyer. He is facing a potential state prison sentence that could be as much as 8 years, if someone doesn't stop them from punishing him multiple times for one act -prohibited by P.C. 654- as to both gun charges, (11370.1 and 29800), and the drug charges and...Read more »
If the grand jury is in session how do yoy file documents when the FBI is hold back on releasing info solely so they can bring the case to the judge and get a warrant the same day and arrest you denying your right to due process.
Grand jury proceedings are entirely a prosecutor's investigatory tool that doesn't concern itself with exculpatory evidence or due process rights. Everything about it is secret, unless an Indictment is handed down and charges are filed; Then, all your due process rights kick in.
Your question should be directed to an attorney in Louisiana, not California. The La law you asked about is reprinted here. Be sure to check with an attorney from that state because their statutes of limitations (the time frame within which a charge must be filed) are quite a bit different than...Read more »
so he was screaming all night for 3 nights, wife called the cops and they went to check and told us it was goats,, next day he asked other neighbors who is (wifes name) cuz sherrifs told him that she called the sherrifs on him,, i know he was a cop and got fired for a shooting and drinks all day so... Read more »
Yes. Unless information is given to police on a confidential basis, like an informant, or involves victims of sexual assault, or child abuse, the identity of a person reporting a crime is not confidential. If there are any repercussions from the call, a restraining order may be needed.
A few months back while my boyfriend and i were arguing i had injured myself and blamed him. Hwme then was charged with corporal injury on spouse. I wrote a brief letter and gave it to his bailbond agent (after being notorized) the charges still have yet to be dropped. How do i go about... Read more »
You may want to contact his lawyer so a proper statement can be made to the private investigator working on his behalf. The lawyer will know the best way to handle it in your jurisdiction. It is very difficult to take back statements made to police. The prosecution calls expert witnesses to...Read more »
Penal Code section 29805 lists the misdemeanors that result in a 10 year ban on firearms, and 550 (b)(2) isn't one of them. It appears that either you were in fact convicted of the felony, or a clerk has checked the wrong box, indicating you were. Contact your lawyer to get that straightened...Read more »
After AB 109 realignment, Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) was created ( 3450-3465 P.C.) for most (except the most serious) felonies. The supervision is no longer than 3 years; you're eligible for discharge after 6 months and eligible to end supervision after 12 months, without...Read more »
While conducting a traffic enforcement stop - the officer asks vehicle operator to roll down tinted windows (example: 0 percent tint). If that reveals contraband is that in plain view? - or does the action of rolling down windows alter?
A Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) can legally have you roll down the window during a traffic stop. What they see, smell, hear, or suspect can provide the reasonable suspicion or probable cause to detain, or arrest, such as when they see something illegal
Hi, I have a court hearing on October 5th, for a possible probation violation. I was staying at this transitional living house ran by the department of mental health and I had a disagreement with one of the staff members there. I needed my psych meds at a certain time, and she refused to give them... Read more »
She was wrong, and you were angry. You'd think working in the mental health field would give her skills to handle the situation better. Criminal threats, Penal Code section 422, requires a threat to commit a crime that would result in great bodily injury or death, that is so unequivocal,...Read more »
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