I was a property owner in a small County in Texas everyone knew me under my real name. After turning in a cop for sexually molesting me they raided my house and arrested me free charges under my stage name. Even with me fighting it they would not put my real name. They sent me to prison with no... View More
I think you need to explore your situation with a lawyer that practices civil rights law. The criminal aspect of what happened is apparently concluded & I'm assuming you had a lawyer representing you to whom you posed these questions. Your overall question is somewhat confusing because you...View More
Firearm theft in Texas is different than other theft classifications that are graduated by value of the item taken or if livestock, e.g., & states at the penalty level of a State Jail Felony. That range of punishment is 180 days to 2 years & up to a $10,000.00 fine. Community Supervision is...View More
To obtain a transcript, contact the court reporter if the court in which the case was heard. That would be the starting point for the transcript. 31 years is a long time to retain a transcript, depending on the type of case & what happened in the case (appeals, etc.). A copy of the conviction,...View More
Are you the complaining witness/"victim" in the case? If you are, then while you are under an obligation to tell the truth about what happened, police reports often vary from what actually happened, but you would be expected to be truthful in whatever you said actually happened. So,...View More
If its oversight is by TDCJ-ID, the halfway house operator, more likely than not, has to follow guidelines that TDCJ-ID issues. Are you in the process of being released on Parole from TDCJ-ID? It sounds like you have been released to a transitional type facility. If so, you have to follow their...View More
I'm not sure where you are in Texas, but, in general, pretrial diversion, when the person qualifies and it's offered and you're in the program, is a gift that can be taken away for the slightest infraction or perceived infraction (from the viewpoint of the program leader). It's...View More
This is not really a criminal law question as much as it is and administrative or employment law question; however, if the terroristic threats charge has not yet been resolved, then that would be the best place to start, since eliminating the case in a way that it could later be subject to...View More
I had a company send me a w-2 for 2019. I never worked for them that year. I did work for them the year before. The w-2 said I was paid just under $900.00. I never got any money. I think the boss used my info to get the money for himself.
Whether or not it's normal depends on the type of investigation being conducted. The purpose of "Miranda" is to warn the person, before they make any statements in response to police interrogation, the answers to which tend to be incriminating, that they have the right to not answer...View More
So a month ago my 11 year old son exposed himself to a younger girl.we know it's not right CPS was called CPS closed out the case and he has been in therapy since then to try to figure out what happened it was completely unnormal for him to do this. However last week we got a call from an... View More
There is nothing to be gained by bringing your son in for an interview with anyone about this situation, except the therapist; however, remember, what your son tells the therapist is not privileged and could be subpoenaed if there is a subsequent criminal type charge that stems from the...View More
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