Im on 2 yr deferred probation . I violated by failing drug tests.
answered on Oct 25, 2021
If you are on a 2 year deferred for a State Jail Felony the judge can sentence you anywhere in the range of punishment. The range for a State Jail Felony is from 180 days - 2 years in a State Jail facility.
There are a lot of other potential options that can be negotiated with a... Read more »
This person was tazed during an arrest and was unconscious the officer called EMS to preform a sternum rub. While EMS worker was performing the sternum rub the person unconscious unintentionally head butted the EMS worker. The person that was tazed only remembered getting pulled over then tazed the... Read more »
answered on Dec 19, 2019
The law requires the State to prove that the person charged "intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes bodily injury to another..." Based on what you have presented - it sounds like the State may have a difficult task of proving the required mens rea. This does not mean the the... Read more »
What are they for ....
How can results be shared
answered on Oct 16, 2019
They are used to make sure you are following the conditions of release or conditions of probation. There are two possibilities here:
First, if you have a pending charge the court can place any reasonable conditions on you while you are out on bond. The court can order drug tests and if... Read more »
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