I told the sgt that I didn’t want to press charges and he said he had to make a report or he could get in trouble and that the state could press charges if they saw fit but that isn’t what I would like it wasn’t on purpose
An attorney can charge whatever her or she believes is appropriate, so you will have to call around for retainer prices. The conditions of jail depends on if a conviction would be a felony or not. Good luck.
While passing thru I was given a no license ticket along with no insurance ticket In 2012. I looked up my charges and it stated a suspension on my license can they do that with out me being a resident of the state
Your spouse retrains an attorney, enters a plea of not guilty and forces the State to prove any allegation beyond a reasonable doubt. Criminal charges have already been file, so unfortunately, there is no magic fix. Start calling local lawyers. Good luck.
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Roommate gets mad at him one evening and reports the vehicle stolen . My friend has a felony theft by receiving charge in Arkansas , where he was pulled over ,they live in Texas , is this even a thing ?
The District Attorney's office CAN dismiss any criminal charges against a defendant as they see fit. Whether that will happen in your specific situation, however, depends on the specific facts. Talk with your attorney. Good luck.
The short answer is yes, what the officer did was permissible, and you could have been arrested for the offense. Take the title of the vehicle in question along with the most recent registration receipt to the local county tax office to remedy the situation. Good luck.
His job has yet to look at the cameras but my mom found the bill today and asked him where he got it and told us, he turns 18 on July 16, what kind of charges or fines would he get and would he have to go to jail?
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