There could be a serach & seizure issue if they did not have a warrant and they did not have another legally authorized reason to be in the house or searching the house. However, if they did not find anything, there is not really any remedy. Call an experienced criminal defense attorney if...Read more »
You can file for the divorce, claim there were 2 children born during the marriage whose identity is not known at this time, request a paternity test (because children born during the marriage are presumed to be the husbands) and then amend pleadings afterwards once discovery/paternity testing is...Read more »
If they have the license plate number or somehow know how to identify the driver/car, the driver and/or registered owner will face the potential for criminal and civil liability. This is a serious situation. If you are a passenger you may also be liable if there was a duty to stop and render...Read more »
The burden to show an illegal search and seizure is initially on the defendant to request a motion to suppress hearing to contest the issue. If you think your rights were violated call a local experienced criminal defense attorney most of us give free consultations.
Nor did I call the police the neighbors did what class felony is this and what can I do he didn't assault me he's never been charged with a violent crime in his life. I would like to know if I sign a form of non prosecution if the state is going to or if they can try to pick up the... Read more »
This is a 3rd Degree Felony if he had no prior family violence findings in his criminal history record. Otherwise it is a 2nd Degree Felony. This is very serious and should be taken seriously even if you do not want the charges filed. The State can pick up the charges and prosecute without your...Read more »
Third degree felony range of punishment is 2-10 years texas department corrections (prison) and up to a $10,000 fine. However, you should not assume you will do prison time. Even if this is not your first felony, you should retain an experienced local attorney to help you with the case so you can...Read more »
Retain an experienced criminal law attorney and have them defend you. Even false allegations should be taken seriously because if you are convicted it can have a devastating affect on your career and possibly even your freedom.
Yes. It will most likely be considered a material change in circumstance and would open the door to a modification. However, if you believe this is in your son's best interest you should work with the father to modify the custody agreement in a way that satisfies the collective needs of...Read more »
It is called robbery and is a second degree felony. It can jump to a first degree felony if it is aggravated because of serious bodily injury, it is done to someone over 65 or involves a deadly weapon.
A bondsman helps you post bond so you don't have to wait in jail during the pendent of your case. If you have ano active warrant out for your arrest, call a bondsman and find out what the bond amount is set at and what their price is to post the bond for you. Industry standard is generally...Read more »
It's possible to get dismissals in these cases but he needs to take it seriously from the start. The State can choose to prosecute even if the complainant signs a non-prosecution affidavit. Call anow experienced local attorney to see if there are other facts in the case that would help...Read more »
It depends. There is not enough information to determine what you would owe in back child support (if any) and if the $500 per month would cover it. Also she would have to go to court to get an order for back child support so it would be better for y'all to reach an agreement and limit the...Read more »
About 6-7 months ago I borrowed $500 from an online company. Today I received a call that said I had to pay the money back immediately or I would be prosecuted for issuing a bad check and maybe even arrested. Can this happen? Should I be worried? And if so, what can I do about it?
Yes, issuing a check when there are not funds in the account is a criminal offense unless you promptly pay the amount (I believe the statute provides for a specific time period after receiving notice that the check wasn't honored).
You need to get an attorney and file a motion to modify. If she is locked up you will want to consider whether you need to ask to be primary and/or supervised visitation.
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