A lawyer could appear on your behalf for misdemeanor charges, but not a felony. You need to consult with a criminal lawyer where the charges were filed. They would need to review your case in order to determine options. Use Justia or Google to locate and calls a few law firms. Good luck.
I didn't put them there nor receive any from anyone but my name is written on them.. I was arrested for check fraud and forgery during the search of my vehicle 4 cops removed personal properties that belonged to me said it was for evidence but never gave me a receipt for items nor was I... Read more »
You might have a valid defense, but will need to privately consult with a criminal attorney to review the specific details and talk about options. You can use Justia or Google to locate a few lawyers in your area. Good luck
You should privately consult with a criminal lawyer before making any statements about make false allegations as your are exposing yourself to criminal charges of filing a false police report. Stop making incriminating statements on a public website like Justia. Call a few local law firms to review...Read more »
the new evidence shows that several firearms were distroyed by the sheriffs dept.
back in 1996 & 1997, I was charged and convicted of possessing these same weapons in 2003, I can not only impeach the prosecutions material witness and show the prosecution suppressed this evidence from... Read more »
This is a complex legal process and not a DIY project. You need to consult privately with a criminal appeals lawyer to review your case and any potential legal options. What you are seeking requires experienced legal representation. Good luck.
Possibly, but a arrest an different than a conviction. Remain silent and make NO statements to police. If you are contacted by LE, politely decline to answer any question without first speaking with a lawyer.
Currently on house arrest my case manager is only letting me work 8 hours says i cant do overtime and work on weekends though my shift is 12 hours which is mandatory does my probation officer also have a say on this or just my case manager Is it possible to be able to work my hours so i wont lose... Read more »
I have 2 children and can not afford a lawyer. I took a total in calworks, food stamps for 2 years totallying 38,000 dollars. I have made an agreement to pay 100 dollars per month faithfully until paid off. They accepted my terms. But I got a letter to go to court for arraignment. I do not know... Read more »
Can't make a prediction at this point on jail time. It will depend on a variety of different factors...mainly whether your case is filed as a misdemeanor or felony offense. If you have no prior criminal history, you stand a much better chance of avoiding a jail sentence. At your arraignment,...Read more »
Statute of limitations is the amount of time a prosecutor has to file charges for a crime. Since they were already convicted and apparently have an outstanding warrant for a violation, SOL doesn't apply here. Warrants don't expire. They need to consult with a criminal lawyer to review...Read more »
I live with my husband for 5 years and have a 3 year old child born in CA. We got married in Uzbekistan, living now in CA. My husband is extremely nervous and abusive, he has 100 k income a year and has a good job as an accountant. I myself found a tutoring job 8 months ago and earn around 2k... Read more »
Can't make an online predictions on your chances of success of obtaining full custody of your child in divorce. There are many factors a family court judge will consider, but the legal standard is always the child's best interest. You need to privately consult with a local divorce/family...Read more »
I was transferred from another county jail where I was charged with child endangerment, I had a couple court dates assigned but did not show do to transportation. I had court the very next day after being transferred. but the judge did not mention how many days I will be serving in jail.
Can't make an accurate online prediction without more information on how long as it will depend on a variety of factors. Speak with your public defender who will be more familiar wit the details of your case. Good luck.
Need more information. In these type of situations, it's always difficult to provide a useful online answer without knowing the history and specific details. At this point, you would be wise to consult privately with a local criminal lawyer to review the details of the no-contact order and...Read more »
These are very serious allegations with harsh legal consequences if convicted. Don't make any statements to police detectives as you might incriminate yourself. If you are contacted by law enforcement, be polite, but decline to answer any questions until you have consulted with an attorney....Read more »
My wife has never been in any trouble with the law and this was never part of my probation outline. What can I do? Is this legal for her to abuse her power this way? There is no domestic violance reports or any reports for that fact.
Your PO clearly believes they have sufficient cause to place this restriction on you. It's in your best interest to cooperate or risk a violation. You should POLITELY ask your PO why and whats needs to be done to have it removed. Don't start making claims on abuse of power. Get along. You...Read more »
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