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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Texas on
Q: Is it considered ELUDING IF YOU GO ONE BLOCK WHEN YOUR BEING PULLED OVER? AND WHEN COPS ARE DOING AN UN CONSENTEDSEARCH

Their fingers and get the dog to jump thru your car window 4 times?

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Vonnie Clay Dones III
answered on Nov 25, 2021

In short, yes. You can be charged with eluding if you willfully fail or refuse to bring your vehicle to a stop; or flee or attempt to elude a pursuing police vehicle when given a visual or audible cue from the officer to stop. However, you should hire a criminal defense attorney to review the... Read more »

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Q: Do I have to agree to a bail condition with out attorney present?

I have to report as if I am already on probation. I am not guilty for the charge. I did not have counsel at the time and during the arraignment, that judge didn't give it hand that out. I am innocent so I don't feel like this right anyway.

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Vonnie Clay Dones III
answered on Nov 22, 2021

The judge set bail conditions based on your background, criminal history, the severity of the offense, community ties, etc. Once you hire an attorney, your attorney can approach the judge to amend conditions.

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Q: if i am being charge with criminal mischief that happened like over a year ago and the took the the building down and

sold the property can i still be sentence and they had no one fix it they did themself thr same daY

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Vonnie Clay Dones III
answered on Nov 21, 2021

Yes, the criminal mischief charge will remain until disposition. Generally, in a plea agreement for dismissal or the like, the prosecutor will ask for restitution. The fact that the property has been sold may have some bearing depending on the facts and circumstances of the case.

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