Sometimes the cases can be resolved together in a "package deal" that can help reduce incarceration time. However, their may be defenses to the drug charges he is facing. He's barely 1 year into a 10 year probation sentence, on very similar charges, so that could be problematic....Read more »
It is certainly possible that your husband could be released on bond while his case is pending. It is also possible that his case could be resolved, and he could then be released. However, there are many factors that effect any possibility of release.
Him of choking me witb a cord when i was the one who trird to. Choke myself. I was so out of it when the police where questioning me i dont have almost any recollection i dont even remember going to the hospital
I'm not sure I understand the question. However, you will certainly need a Final Decree of Divorce to finalize the case. You cannot just agree that you are divorced. A Final Decree or Final Order signed by the Judge is required to become legally divorced in Georgia.
I am going through the appeals process on a criminal case. I have file several motions for appeal. I called to check the status and was told the first time that the motion had been received and was in the judges chambers. I called back a couple of weeks later and now they are saying that they... Read more »
Let me have it. He has it blocked by another car so I can't get it. My son and I are without transportation. I have a TPO on him for domestic violence and I am trying to get divorced. The vehicle is not in my name but it was purchased for me and I have been the only one driving it.
It's difficult to tell from your question whether you've already filed for divorce. If you have filed already, you can set up a temporary hearing where the Judge can order him to return the vehicle to you. If you have not filed for divorce, you should go ahead and do so, and set the...Read more »
I just want some advice because i was a first offender and i got put on probation for 30 years and have had to pay fees i cannot afford and never will be able to afford to a place that no longer exists. I was 17 at the time and the person who did the acts was 15 so they charged me instead. I would... Read more »
I was charged with Burglary, Trafficking Marijuana and Felony possession. I thought I was under the first offender act which erased the felonies but on doing a public records search, I found all of them. 2 listed “conversion” and time served and the other lists non-neg guilty plea. Am I still... Read more »
If you successfully completed first offender probation, you should not be a convicted felon. However, the paperwork is sometimes not completed correctly. You might want to get a lawyer to make sure your first offender discharge paperwork was properly filed.
My son went forth on the morning of an incident as a witness to tell the police what he saw voluntarily. They don't believe that my son was in the wrong place at the wrong time. They are assuming he knows the person just because he got away alive. What are our rights?
There must have been some evidence of the crime for a warrant to be issued. Right now, he is merely charged with a crime. The important part is to make sure he is not convicted of the charge. He should hire a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
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