If the original suspension arises from an incident in Missouri, Texas will not give you a license until they receive a clearance letter from Missouri stating that you have completed all requirements under the laws of that state and there are no further holds on obtaining a license. Talk with the...Read more »
I also have credit card my forgery was from 2009 and my credit card abuse was from 2016 I believe I want to see if the outcome for my dwi with a kid would be probation if I agree to doing classes community service
You will have to have this discussion with your lawyer. It's POSSIBLE that you can get probation but what will happen in your specific case depends on the specific evidence in the State's possession. Call your attorney. Good luck.
You son is an adult for criminal purposes and the degree of offense that he will be charged with will depend on his blood/alcohol concentration. If he has a Texas driver's license, there are license suspension issues he must address within 15 days of his release, so I suggest he contact an...Read more »
My son got in a fight off school property the next day a police officer pulled him into the office right him his Miranda rights and started questioning him without parent knowledge parent supervision or parent permission and threaten him made him feel intimidated even though he was just defending... Read more »
A juvenile can be questioned by the police without a parent being present. Whether that statement can be used, however, can be used as evidence in a subsequent legal proceeding depends on the totality of the questioning. Has a petition alleging delinquent conduct been filed? Talking with an...Read more »
Sec. 25.072. REPEATED VIOLATION OF CERTAIN COURT ORDERS OR CONDITIONS OF BOND IN FAMILY VIOLENCE, CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT, SEXUAL ASSAULT OR ABUSE, INDECENT ASSAULT, STALKING, OR TRAFFICKING CASE. (a) A person commits an offense if, during a period that is 12 months or...Read more »
Trying to charge her with assault the police that work at the school said we have ten days to bring her to the school to be fingerprinted or they will pick her up from the house. She was the ONLY one punished for the fight even after we’ve obtained evidence that the young lady started the whole... Read more »
First question: is your daughter under 17? At 16 years of age or under, juvenile law applies. At 17, she will be considered an adult for criminal law purposes (and the rules are different). Also, fingerprints are part of the book-in process which is generally not done at a school. In my...Read more »
If you believe this person is a danger to himself/herself or others, you can request an involuntary mental health commitment. This process cannot adequately explained in this forum. Call an attorney in your area. Good luck.
they said no the cop said he sees and nugget of weed and that since they lied they nhad to search the car that was in the drivers sister name with insurance they driver is leagal to drive they search the car finds a glock 19 and some marijuana upon release they tell my son that his phones have been... Read more »
If contraband is in plain view of an officer, then that officer has probable cause to b perform a search. I cannot comment on why the officer seized cell phones. Your son should meet with a lawyer; I can't comment on the relationship you have with your son, but in my experience, what he...Read more »
I was pulled over for failure to display my front license plate - upon stop trooper asked if I smoked weed I said yes pointed to my pipe - then got out to get a leash from the trunk for my dog so he could search my car - I didn’t really give permission he just already was on it - so after... Read more »
Once the admission of possession of an illegal substance was made, the officer had a legal right to search your car. Whether the officer was going to "bust up" your car or impound your vehicle to perform an inventory search is speculation. Call your lawyer. Good luck.
fiancé was arrested year ago charge wth 2 feloniesOne hydraco pill was his prescrption A morphine patch that was in his moms vehicle the patch belonged to her dyeing sister in which she passed away a month later. His mother had taken her to get the script the day before and had dropped one in the... Read more »
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