Cops show up at my house on a tip there were drugs inside, without a warrant. They asked to come in, I said no. They said we’d be detained (there were 3 others there) until they got a warrant. I said no. Then they said we’d all be arrested if they couldn’t come in. So I reluctantly agreed.... Read more »
Unpaid speeding ticket in Oklahoma, was sent a letter that says my driving priviledges are suspended in Oklahoma, but I have a Texas license, what happens if I get pulled over in Texas? Will I get arrested? Or is it only in Oklahoma?
Eventually Oklahoma will notify Texas about your situation, and your Texas license will be suspended. Contact an attorney in Oklahoma to see what can be done to avoid a conviction on the tickets in that state. Good luck.
There must be more to the story; what you describe doesn't detail a criminal offense. Why are you "hunted by the police"? What charges are you facing? Is a warrant outstanding for your arrest? Get with an attorney. Good luck.
I have been out of state for over a year because of family problems and lost all information regarding previous traffic tickets that I received in Fort Worth and Keller. I believe I have warrants out, what should I do?
Neither of the offenses I’m on probation for are drug related. I failed a drug test for the first time and completely stopped smoking, I got tested again about 30 days later and am worried I didn’t pass. I took an at home test and passed two and the third one came up positive for thc. I’m... Read more »
The evidence gathered by the State must be reviewed to determine what the allegations are and the probability the the allegations can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. Get with an attorney. Good luck.
What was the reason for the forfeiture? Did you fail to appear in Court? Fail to stay in touch with your bond company? Were you arrested on a new charge while out on bond? Talk with your lawyer. Good luck.
I got charged with a state jail felony seven years ago this month. I did my probation and community service and got to get out early with it being disposed early. I just accepted a job offer for a private dental office and after he went over everything he then told me he was going to run the... Read more »
If you successfully complete deferred disposition on a class c misdemeanor case, it will be dismissed but that does not mean all existence of the matter disappears. You can truthfully state you have not been convicted of the offense, but you were charged even though the case was dismissed.
Is "Fail to make payment" in the category of "Theft"? Most Community Services places reject to take "Theft". The charge is amended to "Fail to make Payment". How do I find churches or schools to allow me to do my community services hours? Will I be discriminated or mistreated doing... Read more »
See Texas Penal Code Section 31.03 & 31.04 for the law on the subject. A Judge and/or prosecutor should inform a defendant of his/her right to counsel, and the pitfalls of an individual representing themselves. The county probation department may be able to provide a list of places where you can...Read more »
My partner has been deported from Europe to the States for overstaying his permit. At Jfk airport arrested because he missed his court date a year and half ago in Texas. He's been sent to a jail in NY and he will have to appear in court in two days. So it will make 6 days from his formal arrest.... Read more »
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