I do not understand your question. It seems like you are asking what should you do because you cannot afford something the judge has already ordered. If that is the case, talk to your attorney as they may need to file for the court to revisit that order. If you are asking what to do because you...Read more »
My boyfriend asked several times to,be transported to a hospital for a blood test, but was denied. He was advised of a court date on Nov 14, but was called Nov 13 by his bondsman, who stated there was an arrest warrant for missing his court date. He immediately went to court in Nov 14 to inquire... Read more »
This is a very convoluted fact situation and you should probably get in touch with a good criminal or DUI attorney. Ther eis really nothing that you could do other than help him get a good lawyer. Mistakes do happen in the criminal justice system but this sounds like there is something else going...Read more »
Once charges are officially filed and the case has been assigned to a specific court, you can request a subpoena for records. Typically, there is no need to do this since most solicitors will provide the video and offense report as part of the discovery process. Issuing a subpoena to the police...Read more »
Without knowing more, the best I can tell is that Georgia will honor the North Carolina suspension. So you will have to get that issue resolved before Georgia will issue you a DL. Depending on the reason for the suspension in North Carolina, it may be possible to contact a very good DUI lawyer in...Read more »
There is not enough information to answer your question. You should contact a very good DUI or administrative license lawyer and bring in all of your paperwork for a consultation. Your fact scenario is very specific and there may be a way around the 10 year rule, but it is just as likely that this...Read more »
My sister is 18 years old and in September of 2016 she got a DUI by wrecking in to a mailbox. Now, in March of 2017 while still on DUI probation she has gotten TWO MIP alcohol charges in the same month while still on probation. What type of punishment should she expect?
The judge has complete discretion at this point, but I would not be surprised if she gets the maximum jail time. With everything you have described, she should hire a very good lawyer and listen to their advice. I would tell her to get help immediately and begin either an intensive rehabilitation...Read more »
My cynical answer is money, but the reality is that there are people that drive under the influence of either drugs or alcohol when they should not. The police are looking for anyone they determine to be intoxicated (different from drunk). Generally, that is if their blood or breath alcohol level...Read more »
That is a good question. How do you build a rocket to go to the moon without an engineer. How do you perform surgery on yourself without a doctor? How do you cure your dog when you are not a veterinarian? All great questions, but unfortunately, it is not possible to do any of them without the...Read more »
There is not enough information to answer your question. Under what authority was it exhumed? What was the method - court order, forensic ME request, etc. Are you the administrator of his estate? Do you have legal authority to make decisions concerning his estate? If you have the legal authority to...Read more »
Probably, but the answer will be in your final decree. If the decree is silent then as a courtesy, it doesn't hurt to let the child's mother know where you will be and always be safe and let other family members know where you are and how to reach you, in case of emergency, yours or...Read more »
I would be crossing state lines and there is one act of dv that is true. We had tug of war over a phone. No criminal charges pending. Fam court has asked me to go to a support group. Its been a month and DSS wont even give me a fact sheet on what Im indicated for. They have 5 days to supply their... Read more »
There is not enough information to answer your question. If you are under a court order to leave the home, then a new court order, allowing you to return must be in effect before you return home. It is unclear from your question the reason/method you were outed from your home. Was this an...Read more »
There is not enough information about the facts of what happened to be able to provide you with an answer. The best I can do is tell you that there may be liability, but there are a lot of questions that must be answered before you get there. It's possible that the store may be liable, but it...Read more »
As long as you have been a residence of the State of Georgia for more than 6 months, you are eligible to file for divorce in Georgia. It would be a good idea to hire a lawyer because I would anticipate obtaining service on your soon to be ex spouse may be problematic if he resides out of state....Read more »
Forever. It can be expunged but only under certain conditions and only if it was pled the proper way from the beginning. Contact a competent criminal lawyer in your area for a consultation to find out if your record can be expunged. Good luck! www.JudgeCase.com
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