Is it called Motion to Quash in the criminal case?
I received both summon for pre-trial and the sworn complaint from the Municipal Court recently. Based on the statue below, can I argue that I was never provided the Notice of Complaint prior to the State moved to issue Pre Trial Hearing?... Read more »
I learned from the answers from Criminal Lawyers on this site not to speak to Law Enforcement without the presence of legal representation. Is it OK for me to exercise my 5th Amendment to not return the calls to a police investigation? Will I be charged not to speak to the Police?
You never have to talk with the police if you don't want to. Criminal charges may still be filed against you, regardless if you provide a statement or not. There is no separate offense for failing to provide a statement.
Paying the fine will cause a final conviction to be entered on your record, which can never be removed. Contact the court about options to avoid a conviction. Or call an attorney in the area where the matter is pending. Good luck.
I need know what you mean be "first time offender programs". Most such programs are instituted at the discretion of a particular court, so each jurisdiction has its own qualifications. Call an attorney in your area. Good luck.
I received a summon for pre-trial along with sworn statement from Plano Police Detective alleging me committing a Class C Misdemeanor less than $100 theft of Service alleged occurred in August last year. I never received any citation nor was given the chance to state my side of story. Does this... Read more »
What you describe is possible; it depends on the defendant's legal status as to right of access to the property in question. Talking with an attorney about the specific facts of the situation would help. Good luck,.
Once released from prison on parole, you son will be transferred to the county where his probation violation is pending. When he is brought before the Court that granted his probation, the request for time served can be made then.
I have a class A misdemeanor assault causing bodily injury from 2015. The victim is now in prison for assault with a deadly weapon. Which no one believed happened to me at the time due to lack of evidence that I was attacked. I did defend myself that’s why I pled guilty to assault. The victim was... Read more »
What was the final disposition of the case (not the plea you entered, but the judgment entered by the Court)? Was there a finding of domestic violence? Call an attorney in the county where the case was pending. Good luck.
Says its from 2012 and I have a warrant. I have been pulled over since then and there was no problems. I don't know anything about this ticket and I keep asking to see an actual copy of it. Also when you click on ticket payment system it says offense date 9/19/2012 and court date 1/1/0001. I... Read more »
Contact an attorney in the county where the citation was allegedly issued and have her/him check the court records (not the records of the collection agency that is attempting to get your money). Good luck.
She is currently 32. This occurred in Texas around 98-99 and she wound up pregnant and gave birth to a son. She is wondering if there is any way after all these years she could have charges filed to try to get some justice. Years of therapy has now suggested that she try to pursue this avenue to... Read more »
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