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3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Probate for Texas on

Q: What's the best way about going to the stand on my 5th possesion pg1 charge in weatherford texas

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 17, 2019

No one can represent you over the internet. Sit down with your attorney and discuss the facts of your case and the options available. Good luck.

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3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Texas on

Q: My wife and I was arguing and My wife accidentally hit me with a shovel when she threw it out of frustration

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

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 17, 2019

Once the police are called, you lose control over how things are going to proceed. From what you describe. criminal charges will be filed. Start calling local lawyers. Good luck.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: If it's a first offense on simple robbery, can you get probation.

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 17, 2019

Probation is possible in the situation you describe. Whether that will happen in your case, however, depends on the specific facts. Talk with your attorney. Good luck.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: Tampering with evidence and 7 grams of marijuana what am i looking at

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 11, 2019

You may get jail, you may get probation, you may get a dismissal. What evidence does the State have in it's possession? Call your lawyer and discuss options. Good luck.

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Texas on

Q: What Texas Penal code would a person be charged with on a third Felony DWI?

I am helping my mother do some research for her husband who is currently in prison on DWI charges.

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 9, 2019

See Section 49 of the Texas Penal Code

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: How much would a Criminal Lawyer charge on a case for theft of property with 2+ previous convictions?

Also if convicted could he request weekend jailtime due to the fact he has a wife who does not work?

Penel Code 31.03 (e) (4) (D)

Makeup organizer value less than $1,500 retail price about $22.00

2gallon coolervalue less than $1,500 retail price about $10.00

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 9, 2019

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.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: Can I move to a state with legal marijuana if i was charged in Texas, due to an Ill family memeber?

I violated by failing UA for thc, and didnt pay fines in time which resulted in 8 months being added to my probation.

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 9, 2019

If you are on probation, you cannot not move to another State without permission from the court. Contact your attorney. Good luck.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: I heard of "early parole". What is it and is it a real thing?

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 6, 2019

Look on the TDCJ website and you can discover the parole eligibility date for an inmate.

1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Texas on

Q: Can Oklahoma suspend my license when I'm not even a resident of the state

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

Grant St Julian III answered on Jul 5, 2019

There is an interstate compact where each state will basically help enforce the laws of another, so the answer to your question is yes.

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: What if you thought your spouse grabbed you. And it was a large treadmill in the dark garage. Now your spouse is charged

With assualt with bodily injury. How do you fix this

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 28, 2019

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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Q: If I got to court for one thing can I be taken to jail for another

I’m going to court tomorrow in a different county and I’m going to settle the case I want to know will I the try to take me to jail from there if I have some traffic tickets in different counties

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 25, 2019

You are subject to arrest upon contact with any law enforcement officer, which includes court staff. Talk with your attorney.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Texas on

Q: In the state of Texas how much time can someone get for domestic violence on first charge

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 22, 2019

There are different degrees of assault, and there are additional consequences if there is a finding of finding of domestic violence. A class c misdemeanor is punishable by fine only. A class a misdemeanor is punishable by confinement in jail for up to one year. A third degree felony is... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Texas on

Q: Can I withdraw my open plea if I feel misrepresented

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 17, 2019

More information is needed. Has sentence been entered? It MAY be possible to file a motion for new trial, but there are time limitations. Get with an attorney ASAP. Good luck.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: What rights do occupants of a home have in the execution of a search and arrest warrant

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 17, 2019

You have the right to remain silent in any dealing with law enforcement, but more specifics are need to answer such a broad question. Talk with an attorney.

2 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for Texas on

Q: How can police arrest me because I refused to sign a ticket I know I did not do.by what I read ealyer they don't need it

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 8, 2019

Tickets are class c misdemeanors, and an officer has the right to arrest an individual charged with a class c misdemeanor (except for speeding), take them to jail, make them appear in front of a judge, have a bond amount set, then post bond. Local jails, however aren't big enough to have everyone... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: My friend has lived with his roommate for several years , has borrowed his car numerous times , the roommate has even

Given him the spare car key

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 ?

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 8, 2019

It's a "thing " if the police sat it's a "thing". Where criminal charges filed? Was an arrest made? Is a court date pending? Call an attorney in the area where the incident was reported. Good luck.

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Q: 4 felons in possession of firearms. Can they drop charges to criminal mischief on 2 and not others

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 8, 2019

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.

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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Texas on

Q: Can a officer take ur registration sticker off ur car during a traffic stop and claim its fake and let u drive off

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 5, 2019

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.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: Is a magistrate allowed to arraign you before an indictment

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 3, 2019

Short answer: yes. Talk with an attorney so you can become more familiar with the process.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Texas on

Q: My younger brother is 17 & works at a quick lube. We found out he stole $100 from an envelope in a customer car

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?

Grant St Julian III answered on Jun 1, 2019

Your brother could be charged with theft or burglary of a motor vehicle. At 17, he is considered an adult for criminal law purposes. Do NOT post or discuss anything regarding the facts of this situation with anyone other than an attorney and stop placing confession on social media. Call an... Read more »

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