So the attacker caused property damage and you are inquiring if you are responsible for it? Thats hard to answer without more facts as you may have independent duties to repair (such as leased property) that are in play regardless of the criminal process.
And parental alienation by the husband and paternal grandparents who is manipulating the child against his mother. Is it likely the mother will get full physical custody and the father supervised visitation? Is it more likely the mother will get the home? This is in Georgia USA
Trying to get to the heart of your inquiry, but it appears you have a messy custody/family/criminal set of intertwined issues. Unfortunately as you have discovered there are not a lot of great resources for folks in these situations outside the traditional legal system.
It is a violation of Federal Law to purchase or posses firearms if you have been convicted of a domestic violence crime. It is basically the only misdemeanor that affects a fundamental constitutional right like this. That is why it is EXTRA important you get the right lawyer for your charge.
Me and my husband went to Mt sisters house. My husband and her boyfriend got into a verbal altercation. Her boyfriend then hit my husband with some weapon. My husband hit him back. I was keeping my sister back so she wouldn't get hit by them and she hit me. I popped her not hard and told her... Read more »
Odds are if the cops are made aware, they are going to investigate and determine if they should arrest anyone. Getting a lawyer involved out front assists in getting your version of the events presented properly and with the most impact.
I advise if arrests appear imminent that you hire...Read more »
A few days later, we find out that there is a warrant for his arrest in GA that we believe his parents called and reported him for. But he did nothing wrong. Now his mother is harassing us and threatening us.
My husband and I are looking to get divorced. I am being told that I am kicked out of the house I have been in with him for 8 years now and that he is not allowing me to take our son. My husband is a very bad person who has been in trouble with the law his entire life. He is an addict meth. He has... Read more »
I am so sorry to hear about your struggle, and luckily the pathway has an easy first step. Rather than a Criminal Defense lawyer you need to make an appointment with a qualified Family Lawyer to start the separation/divorce process. There are tools in that process to specifically address the...Read more »
My spouse and I got into an altercation that we involved the cops to mediate but turned into me being arrested as the aggressor. I was bonded out and told to make no contact with the victim i.e. my spouse I was also told by a couple cops that I could have my spouse overturn the no contact order by... Read more »
You need to be open and honest with your attorney, as the medication issue is HUGE when it comes to mitigation. Your Spouse can also use that information to press the State to treat you properly as much as she does not control whether the state presses charges or not. She may also be able to use...Read more »
Well... there are lots of scams as well. Local law enforcement can assist you in getting the bottom of if this is a scam or not. We see "fakers" try to manipulate people all the time by trying to scare them. Dont be a victim! Legit law enforcement generally has a dim view of folks...Read more »
Can my cousin legally give my dog away. He pays for the food and has for the past 6 months and I rarely have a chance to visit my dog. He can't take care of it any more and I can't take it with me. I have no one else who will watch it. I don't want to lose my dog tho.
Its really a question of "who owns the dog" and not "where is the dog allowed. You need to determine who is the actual owner and that owner gets to decide what happens with the animal. Animals are chattel/property in GA.
The special Conditions of Bond flow against an arrestee when a crime has allegedly been committed. They exist during the pre-disposition portion of the case and if they are violated there are special charges that can apply.
A TPO is when a petitioner has asked the court to provide a layer...Read more »
Not really as First Appearance is VERY limited in scope. You get to see the charges as presented to the court through the initial warrant or UTC. They check your criminal history, confirm some stuff, and can set a bond on many charges (not all). There is not a place for you to contest anything...Read more »
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