My daughter is looking at a year or more for failure to appear and bondsman off bond which says 750.00 and she also has a court date in another county is there any way of getting her out and fixing this without doing time plz help with advice
If the bondsmen came off the bond then her current bond is still valid and you just have to re-post it. If she didn't appear and was arrested on a bench warrant you need to file a motion to recall the bench warrant or to ask the court to re-address the bond.
We bought a house from a builder, he used a different company name to get our businesses but after we signed a contract we found that wasn't the real name. He also signed someone else's name on the contact, apparently the real owners name not his on the contract without noting it when he signed... Read more »
I received the warrants for probation violation. I was placed on probation because I couldn't afford the fines for driving with a suspended license. I want to get those warrants removed, then move forward so I can start making payments on these fines.
It is a misdemeanor offense that will remain on your record forever if you enter a guilty plea to the charges. I would recommend you consult with an attorney to explore defenses and alternatives to a conviction on your record. Drug offenses can result in the loss of financial aid....Read more »
They posted my picture online and i went to police station to tell them who i was. They took info and gave to store. I never stole the item. I placed on the counter before i leftbut I’m concerned about being arrested after the embarrassment the online photo caused
In order to be arrested there must be probable cause to believe you committed the offense of shoplifting. You can be arrested for shoplifting even if you are innocent. If the arrest was without probable cause you would have ground to sue the store for false arrest.
Unfortunately they used to talk on a dating app where things got a little intimate and more than casual and she wasn’t thinking clearly and send him some pictures of herself. She’s concerned about the cops serving a TPO and him exposing her for the pictures. Keep in mind she’s 40 years old;... Read more »
Aggravated sexual battery is the penetration of the vagina by something other than a penis without consent. If the 14 yr old was a party to the offense, i.e. helped in its commission than yes he could be prosecuted even though he didn't penetrate the female.
You can contact the law enforcement authorities in Michigan in the jurisdiction where it took place. In Georgia the statute of limitations is 7 years from the disclosure or when the child turned 16, which ever occurs first, so it would be a viable case to prosecute until the victim turned 23.
The person sentence in the detention center is calculated by the date they were sentenced to go to the detention center, or when they arrive at the detention center. They get credit towards the overall time of their sentence but not necessarily the time in jail waiting to go to the detention...Read more »
I’d stopped AT the door when I reached for my cane and saw the items in the bottom of the cart. I stopped in the doorway, people right behind me, so I roll just to the left, still inside the store foyer, and pushed the buggy RIGHT UP TO the security door.
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