i got pulled over in a different county i called the number they gave me and i asked how can i pay for it and they asked for my name and after that they said they couldn’t find my file i need guidance on what to do next
Make a request in writing for a court setting. The officer who issued your citation hasn't filed it with the court as of yet, but that doesn't me she/he won't do so soon. Telephone calls do not count as a court appearance and you want to avoid a warrant because nothing is in your...Read more »
Yes, the statute of limitations provides a deadline for the State to file a criminal case. This time period varies depending on the charge, but the minimum for felony cases is 3 years from the date of offense. Call your attorney. Good luck.
There is no such thing as common law divorce. If neither one of you have filed for divorce and a decree has been granted, then yes, you are still married regardless of how long you have been separated.
Hello. I have recently heard about your free legal services. My fiancé and I are in the process of moving to a small town in my country. We are just at the beginning, so your advice would be very important to us. Namely, my fiance's family migrated to the US (from North America), when he was... Read more »
I was pulled over for speeding while in-between 2 cars and on my ticket it says I got a registration charge and a speeding charge but I got a letter in the mail that says they're charging me with failure to provide financial responsibility, unsafe speed for prevailing conditions (dry roads at... Read more »
What you describe is legal. An officer has the right to cite you for whatever offense he/she believes you committed, and can file such charges at large. Understand that if you just pay these tickets, your license may be suspended, so call n attorney before contacting the court. Good luck.
So a while back i evidentally was trespassed from a residence from which i was living. I then, couple weeks after that, i was welcomed back to the residence. Shortly after that i went to jail on an untelated charge that i was released from 3 months later. I then went back to that residence just to... Read more »
I walked off of a Wal-Mart with an iitemi intended to bit accidentally & was charged with theft. I paid all my fees & got into no more trouble & the case was dismissed. Will that show on a background check?
It depends on who performs the check and where they look, but as a general rule yes, cases completed thru successful completion of deferred probation will appear on a background check. Talk with an attorney about a petition for non disclosure. Good luck.
I received a school zone speeding ticket for a school zone that states “When Flashing” however there’s no light. Is this enforceable sign the indicated when flashing however if there’s no flashing light, how should drivers know it’s in effect? There’s no time indicating the school and... Read more »
"I didn't know it was a school zone" is not a legal defense. Whether the zone was properly marked where a person would be given notice that a school zone was in effect, however, is a different issue, as well as whether the school zone was in effect on the date and time in...Read more »
I texted a friend and asked if she good get a friend 20 dollars of stuff.she came and got the money was gone for bout a hour so I text and told her to just bring his 20 dollars back.then I got a text saying this is sheriff Tatum and what was the twenty dollars for.i got scared and left my house and... Read more »
First, if you think you are under criminal investigation, STOP COFESSING TO FACTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA. Next, what's done, is done. You cannot change what you did ort did not due. Make no statement to any law enforcement officials and get with an attorney. Good luck.
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