and was told by the head state attorny to take 3 years or 25 when the case was just a hear say im free now but what could i dowhen there was even evidence were being tamperd with by the police who arrested me
I am uncertain as to exactly what you are asking. However, if you believe that you were the victim of police officers who tampered with evidence...you may be able to pursue a claim for damages...you should move forward as quickly as possible...
2000 given 20 yrs ad 10 years paper ,violated dirty urine, got 2 years house arrest,got violated for being at pizza place,judge gave 305 jail days credit ad wrote doc to calculate time,judge sentenced him to 25 years ,so will he get the 20 years,ad the 305 days jail credit to this sentence,,,
She makes false and damaging accusations and threatens to come to our home. She is a 1/3 owner of the property. We are selling Wich is what she wants. But still threatens us. We do not want her coming to the house
I was thrown to the ground and one stomp one while the other girl choke me. So in self defense i grab the nearest item which was a broken bottle to stab one. A month past and i was arrested and charged with 2 count of aggravated battery assault. The statement that they gave police 2 week after the... Read more »
My son was arrested for aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony. My son was at his home when his girlfriend's dad and step mom came to my son and his girlfriend's home and jumped my son one holding him and the dad beating him. The cops were called the dad said my son had a gun and... Read more »
By saying you're a fugitive, it may work against a statute of limitations issue. The real issue may lie in whether the witnesses to this alleged crime are even around...You need to find a competent attorney a.s.a.p.
It ended up with deferred prosecution am I eligible for expungement? I want to work at a day care and you can have any charges with minors so my question is can I work there after I finish up the details of my deferred prosecution or will I not pass a back ground check?
In the first part of the statute it states that I could harbor a runaway minor for 24 hours without notifying anyone, however afterwards it says that if I were to do so I have to notify either the parents or law enforcement so is this after I provide aid or after 24 hours?
I agree with Mr. Minnick final advice about ever harboring a minor...Don't do it, it is a recipe for an absolute disaster...The statute you are relying upon does provided some safe haven...but if I had to rely upon it for the protection of my future, I would not...Do yourself a favor and contact...Read more »
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