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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: judge Johnson passed away. He was my judge in a felony trial I had pending what happens now
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Robbie Levin answered on Jul 6, 2020

Your case will be assigned to a different judge. My guess is they’ll find a judge who’s alive.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and DUI / DWI for Georgia on
Q: How do you know if one has an active warrant without going turning yourself in?

Never was served papers. Rumors

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Robbie Levin answered on Jul 5, 2020

Some jurisdictions will give this information over the phone. If not, you may want to hire a lawyer to look into it for you.

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2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Georgia on
Q: If my wife and I have been separated for over 8 yr she lives with another man and cheated the hole time what's the che
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Robbie Levin answered on Jul 2, 2020

I have no idea what your question is, but sounds like you need to file for divorce.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: 1984 theft by taking; No Disposition now denied Weapons carry Lic. No other convictions. Can I get this reversed?
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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 23, 2020

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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Q: Have been charged whith poss of meth whith the intent to distribute given folse name driving whith revoked licean

They did not read my meranda rights did not show me the drugs they font in car

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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 20, 2020

You didn’t ask a question, but it sounds like you need to hire an attorney ASAP.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: Can I live just across the state line. I there like a grace radius or milage.
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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 14, 2020

It’s fine with me if you live there.

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: Can you be charged with multiple counts of aggravated battery and assault for the same victim?

I was charged with aggravated battery for injury to the ear, charged with aggravated battery for the injury to the back of the head and charged with aggravated assault in general for the victim

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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 13, 2020

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.

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Q: If there are mistakes in the paperwork & in the discovery packet in my criminal case, could that be cause for dismissal?

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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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 11, 2020

The court is not going to just dismiss the case. A skilled lawyer could possibly use these errors to your advantage. Your case will not magically disappear.

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4 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Georgia on
Q: I need legal assistance regarding a divorce case in the State of Georgia in Gwinnett County, possibly a mediator.

I have filed for divorce in South Carolina. My spouse filed for divorce in Georgia in Gwinnett County. It is rumored that his lawyer and my lawyer are negotiating settlements. Now in the 11th hour, my lawyer in South Carolina is telling me he cannot tell me the terms of the settlement because he is... Read more »

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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 9, 2020

Sounds like you need to release your SC lawyer and get a Georgia lawyer. If you don’t have a lawyer, you could talk to opposing counsel yourself and learn the settlement offer.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: Based on what law in Georgia is evidence not necessary in aggravated child molestation cases
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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 8, 2020

Evidence would certainly be necessary at trial to convict a person of any crime. There are different types of evidence... physical evidence of course, but also testimony is considered evidence.

If the person entered a guilty plea, the State would not need to present evidence.

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Q: I was charged with theft by taking it ocga 16-13-2 my bond was $9,000 10% was $900 which I paid.

Charges were dropped to criminal damage to property in the second degree. O.C. G. A. 16 - 7 - 23. I miss demeanor shouldn't I receive the bond money that's exceeds the misdemeanor.

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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 6, 2020

If you used a bonding company, you don’t get the money back.

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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: Can the courts wait to notifiy the Parole board 9 years after a person was convicted on his parole month and then say

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

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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 5, 2020

The original sentence would have to be done under the recidivist statute. So, you’d need to check the original plea/sentence. They can’t decide later to add the recidivist language.

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Q: I need help getting my husband out of jail he has been there for 10 months on theft by taking and explotating the eldery

He does not have a bond he has a misdemnor charge of theft by taking as well he has been offered 10 do 3 or drug court but is still sitting 10 months later no court date, I need him out

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Robbie Levin answered on Jun 3, 2020

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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3 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Georgia on
Q: I did and the judge denied my request
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Robbie Levin answered on May 15, 2020

Sounds like you may need an attorney to help with the process.

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2 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Adoption and Child Custody for Georgia on
Q: I got married April 2017 we've been separated since June 2017, we have two minor children together, i have no idea wher

I have no idea where he is, I know he's in the same county and state as me, as far as I know he's been in the streets, I don't want anything but a divorce and sole custody of our kids

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Robbie Levin answered on May 15, 2020

Shouldn’t be a problem. He can be served by publication if necessary.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: Is there an statue where the state of Georgia must serve you with an notice of recidivism before sentence
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Robbie Levin answered on May 14, 2020

Yes... O.C.G.A 17-10-7

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Georgia on
Q: What consequences for GA Code 16-4-1?
Robbie Levin
Robbie Levin answered on May 9, 2020

Depends on the crime attempted. Generally the maximum sentence is one half of the maximum sentence of the crime attempted.

For example if Burglary has a 20 year maximum, then attempted burglary would have a 10 year maximum.

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3 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Georgia on
Q: Hi my is Sabrina, Im a homemaker how can I getting legal help? My husband is using money to pay for his lawyer.

All the money is in his account. He thinks all the cars and the house is he's. I have access to credit card can I use it? It is in his name but Im on it.

Robbie Levin
Robbie Levin answered on Apr 25, 2020

The money is likely marital property, and thus would belong to both of you. You can certainly use the credit card to get your own lawyer.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: In georgia a charge of attempt to commit a felony how is it handed
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Robbie Levin answered on Mar 21, 2020

Depends on the felony.

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3 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Georgia on
Q: Regarding property division, is Georgia a common-law property state or community-property state?
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Robbie Levin answered on Mar 2, 2020

Georgia is an "equitable distribution state" which means that all marital property acquired during the marriage is subject to division.

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