If the 1984 case is still showing as "open", then it needs to be dealt with. A criminal defense attorney would likely be able to get the charge dismissed. I suggest you talk to a lawyer about resolving the open case.
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You can be charged with pretty much anything they want to charge you with. The important question is whether they can convict you. If you face serious felony charges such as these, it is important to hire a criminal defense lawyer to protect you and your rights.
There are multiple issues with my paperwork... Starting from the time I was arrested, warrant that was filed (while I was in custody), and officers' statement. Also, there is another defendant's evidence report in my discovery packet, even though I do not have any co-defendants.
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His sentence is under the 17-10-7(c). And the defendant never was notified of his sentence being controlled by this code. And for 9 years he was pic and parole eligible until his parole month. Are they legally able to do this? He wasn't indicted or convicted in court under this statue
I’m not exactly sure what your question is, but he may be eligible for a bond. You should talk to a lawyer who can investigate the matter, and determine the best course of action. If the offer is 10 do 3, he’s charged with more than a misdemeanor.
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