When he finally did ask for these tools I not only never said no or kept them from him but when schedules were both so busy and he couldn’t make it out to get I offered cash and he refused . Well I got arrested for having a warrant for this..now I have court. How is this theft? I didn’t take... Read more »
If you don't want to spend the rest of your life as a convicted thief, hire a criminal defense attorney who understands the theft laws and who is willing to fight for her clients. Don't hire one who resolves as many cases as quickly and cheaply as possible.
Deferred adjudication counts as a conviction for the purposes of the Texas License to Carry. However, after 10 years, all misdemeanor deferred adjudications (and some felony deferred adjudications) are no longer considered convictions. Unfortunately for you, Aggravated Assault is a felony that...Read more »
Unfortunately, it is possible that didn't get the message and missed your court date. If that happened there may be an active warrant for your arrest. You should probably hire an attorney to get this sorted out. If you can't do that, you can at least examine the public court records of your case...Read more »
You should consider liquidating assets if you are facing a felony charge because you don't need a house or car if you are in prison. If you have no money and no assets then ask the judge of the court where the charges are pending to appoint a criminal defense attorney. This will probably require...Read more »
Most arrest warrants are sought by law enforcement rather than the office of the district attorney. In either case, it is a judge that actually signs the warrant, and that only happens after the judge determines that probable cause exists to believe the accused committed a crime. Probable cause...Read more »
She told me that I was supposed to have called her November the 17th. Of 2019. I did but had to leave a message. I then called her in December and had to leave a message. Will my bond be revoked? I'm scared. This is my first time having a court date to explain as to why I didn't report. My bail... Read more »
First, you have no idea what they can prove so stop posting confessions online.
Second, as a general rule, only defendants facing the DEATH PENALTY are willing to attempt an insanity defense. To win this defense you have the burden of proof to show that, as a result of severe mental...Read more »
A judge is technically the one with the power to recall the warrant but an attorney who takes cases in that court may be able to explain the conditions under which it is likely to happen. Those conditions are different depending on the court ... so you should seek advice from an attorney who has...Read more »
My husband and I are going through a horrible time. He has been cheating and is violent to me. I have begged him to leave and he wouldn’t. The other day I told him I wanted a divorce and he grabbed my wrists so tight and wouldn’t let go. He was hurting me. I bit him to try to get away. He... Read more »
I received a manufacturing and delivery over 200 under 400 in Texas. I was currently on adjudicated felony probation and it served half of that sentence and was being let off early for good behavior from another county. The investigators talk to the judge and dropped my bond down so that I can get... Read more »
Sorry, but the limitations clock stops ticking when the defendant is outside the state of Texas. It also stopped ticking upon the filing of a formal charging document. The controlling statutes are available here: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/SOTWDocs/CR/htm/CR.12.htm
Your attorney could read the document and determine if the state filed the incorrect motion of if the person who posted the docket simply miskeyed something. It is a public document so, if you were so inclined, you could go to the clerk's office and either read the copy in the court's file or buy...Read more »
Inmate or family of request the state information regarding his case. Would we go directly to the DA office or Bexar County Clerks office? We are mainly seeking the documented information of the plea deals that were offered during pretrial, during trial as well as deliberations.
There are a bunch of exceptions to the Texas Public Information Act that allow withholding or redacting of documents. Those exceptions do not necessarily apply to information demanded via discovery or subpoena.
It is untimely so even if you FILE it in the sense that the clerk accepts it that doesn't mean it will actually be seen by the judge who can rule on it. The judge loses jurisdiction a few days after the case is resolved so if it has been more than a month you might already be out of luck....Read more »
I got stopped cop says he smells marijuana and I deny and deny he ask to search vehicle I don’t give consent, he then comes and tells me I have no insurance on vehicle then says I don’t care about the insurance man just tell me how much bud you have in here.. I say there’s no bud I don’t... Read more »
Bud was being chased by the cops on his crock rocket I just want the truth about that night & the Stephenville police department shredded the first report & the cop chasing him said she wasn’t but she was anything I can do to find the truth ?
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