I took my m.o. recite . i proved i paid it. The offie said to go where i purchased it and see who cashed it in. Im i still responsible for my jan rent. Because if it has not been cashed they want me to pay it again. Im not.
Unfortunately, the receipt only proves you bought a money order, not that you paid the rent. Hopefully, the money order company will be able to give you proof that someone in the office cashed it. If it is just lost then they can cancel it and re-issue but that process can take weeks!
A burglary conviction can have serious negative consequences for a person's future and it can destroy their career. Your boyfriend should hire the best criminal defense attorney available in the county where the charges were filed. If he can't afford a great attorney, he should ask his parents...Read more »
In order to continue to recieve my ebt benefits in arkansas (where our child was born and raised), I now have to file child support but the father is currently incarcerated in Iowa and has been since before our son was born. We were never married nor is his name is even on the birth certificate.... Read more »
Your question is fundamentally about a benefits program in Arkansas so you'll get the most accurate answers from attorneys who are licensed in Arkansas. You should re-post your question but this time set your location to a city fully inside Arkansas and also add Family Law in the topic practice...Read more »
This question was posted in the forum for Texas attorneys. You need an answer from an attorney licensed to practice law in Louisiana. I think you'll need to re-post your question and change the location setting to somewhere in Louisiana.
Added another charge which is, motion to revoke his parole and says he has to go to some court called bop...he still has a 10000 bond on the first charge, but no bond for the second...so we don't know if we're able to bond him out...he actually really didn't do anything...I got scared because he... Read more »
You can call the DA's office and ask to speak to the prosecutor assigned to his case. If they can prove that he did something that caused you pain then he can go back to the penitentiary... and your statements are evidence.
A false report to a peace officer is also a crime but it can be...Read more »
About 6 months ago me and my boyfriend got into a argument and I was being abusive towards him and in order to get me off of him he pushed me and scratched me. It was outside of my job and someone saw they called the cops but he left so they didnt arrest him. I told the cops it was really me who... Read more »
The state has 2 years to decide but the longer it goes, the less likely it is that they will take the case. He should stay on the straight and narrow in an attempt to successfully complete his probation.
Whatever it is you are trying to accomplish, a court of inquiry is probably not the right tool for the job. A court of inquiry must be initiated by a state district court judge and it must be assigned to a different district judge, that second judge is then assisted by the county prosecutor......Read more »
You can't, but the judge of the court that issued the order can modify it. Hire a local attorney to file a motion requesting the modification. You are looking for a local criminal defense attorney who handles family violence OR a family law attorney that handles divorce and child custody matters.
The most direct route is to ask his criminal defense attorney. If you want to do it yourself then contact the District Clerk's office in the county where the charges are pending and ask for a copy of the officer's affidavit that explains the "probable cause" for the arrest. It is a public...Read more »
Depending on the exact contents of the message, it could be criminal Harassment punishable by up to 180 days in county jail and a fine up to $2,000. If the threat could reasonably be interpreted as a threat for violence then it could be classified as Dating Violence and the person could seek a...Read more »
Your fiance should make a virtual "paper trail" by sending an email requesting a meeting. If she does not know the email address then call the office and get it or look on the attorney's website. If the email is not answered within a few days then send another one.
He could be arrested for burglarizing the home of Spongebob Squarepants. Now you might be thinking, "Well Spongebob does not live in a pineapple under the sea and that he is not real" and you would be correct. Those are excellent defenses that will prevent him from being convicted (unless he...Read more »
If you are the alleged victim then you have the right to be informed by the prosecutor about significant developments in the case. The law describing your rights is here: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/SOTWDocs/CR/htm/CR.56.htm
Ask the prosecutor if the imposition of the sentence was...Read more »
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney provides 9 reasons for dismissal of charges of Indictment. Asked dismiss With Prejudice. APA submits 3 State Exhibits of transcripts from audio recordings of defense Counsel Private Investigator. Shows victim says she had lied, that mother and mother's boyfriend gave... Read more »
the judge told me i wasn't being charged and didn't have to post bail but that in the future a case could be filed if they wanted to, they also have not given my phone back, could they be building a case against me? this would be my first ever offense and every time i look myself up it says i only... Read more »
Charges can technically be filed for up to 2 years from the date of the incident for misdemeanor prostitution (first offense on this charge is a misdemeanor.) If you keep your nose clean until the limitations period expires you could become eligible for an expunction to remove the prostitution...Read more »
I assume you are asking about a state court arrest warrant rather than a federal warrant. There would not be a transfer because a law enforcement officer in Texas can make an arrest on a California warrant. However, California would be responsible for paying the expenses to transfer the person...Read more »
Pretended to have drugs and got inside and when he found out I didn’t have them he got mad and told me to leave and I said“ no call the police. So he got more mad and started to chase me then he picks up a knife and grabs me and put the knife to my throat so I hit him 5 times in the face when... Read more »
You could be charged with a felony. You only have a right to self-defense against him if his use of force was unlawful. The use of force to terminate trespass can be lawful. You were trespassing when you failed to leave when asked, even if you were initially invited into the residence....Read more »
My boyfriend used a bail I didn’t company for a cash bond which meant he would have gotten his total amount of cash bond back except for the company’s fee but we have gotten nothing but the runaround for nearly a year now. They tell us one thing and then another. We have even gone as far as... Read more »
This isn't really a criminal defense questions but I'm not sure which practice area would be a better fit... I might want to check whether or not there is a "Bail Bond Board" for the county where the bond was posted. However, I also wouldn't be surprised if they don't want to get in the middle of...Read more »
Harassment is a crime defined in Chapter 42 of the Texas Penal Code. Look it up and compare the specifics of your situation to the law. Also, one of the ways to commit the crime of Stalking is to commit Harassment on multiple occasions and lucky for you the definition of Stalking appears...Read more »
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