If you have a bench warrant / warrant / warrant for failure to appear in court.. and you sign up for a public defender at the district court commissioners office what do you do if the police come to arrest you or can they. do you gave them a copy of the commission's document regarding the... Read more »
If there is a warrant for your arrest, I do not think that your application for the public defender will make any difference to arresting officers. If the PD obtains an order recalling the warrant for you, you should keep a copy of that order, and show that to any arresting officers.
I am currently suing the person that hit my vehicle, but didn't want to wait another 6 months to a year before my trial is scheduled. Should I contact my insurance company and pay the deductible to get my vehicle fixed? I have full coverage, but don't have full PIP coverage. I think this... Read more »
It might not be possible to reliably predict when a currently file case will make it to trial. As you know there are meaningful delays due to covid and there could potentially be more. It's a financial decision but you may well wish to pay your deductible and let your insurance company try to...Read more »
We have a friend who is at high risk of suicide. She was just released from a county detention center because of a violent altercation with her family during the suicide attempt and is legally obligated to receive an ankle monitor tomorrow.
We plan to transport her to the ER to be admitted... Read more »
If she is on pretrial release, she would run the risk of being revoked, and possibly charged with other offenses. Under the circumstances, you should coordinate closely with pretrial services and the court, and follow their guidance.
I admitted to everything and they searched my car and confiscated evidence for the case. I was terrified because I owe many people money and I committed these terrible crimes. I have never been in legal trouble before. Will I have to pay fines and possibly jail time? I stole debit cards and items... Read more »
This is a public forum, not protected by lawyer-client confidentiality. While it may be a stretch, it could be possible for an intrepid prosecutor to subpoena the posting information, and use your admissions as part of a case against . The better course is to seek the guidance of an experienced...Read more »
The State absolutely spends money on these cases. A first violation has a maximum of 90 days. There is a one-year sentence possible for subsequent violations. It's impossible to gauge how a trial may go without knowledge of the facts of the alleged violation. You should meet with a lawyer in a...Read more »
It could be part of a series of acts that constitute a crime, depending on the context. It's not possible to definitively answer your question without that context. Having said that, it's difficult to conjure a valid reason to deceive someone into thinking you are someone else-whether...Read more »
On August 23, 2020 while on vacation Plaintiff was injured (cut of left arm) at a Walmart store in the State of Kansas. However, Plaintiff resides in the State of Maryland. What are the statute of limitations and what state can the plaintiff file his complaint?
The court system would not request it but the participants in the court proceeding would . In a criminal case I suspect the state would issue a subpoena to the appropriate entity to produce the evidence in court. If the appropriate entity is out-of-state, I'm quite certain that Maryland...Read more »
What I’m trying to ask I have to go to court for two more phone harassment charges against me from kids mother we do have a court order where we have 50-50 custody and she has not been following the order yes I do blow her phone up yes I get angry with her and cuss at her and say bad things but... Read more »
I would suggest that you do two things. Stop posting comments such as these- that can be interpreted as admissions- in a public, online forum. Secondly you should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in a confidential setting. If you cannot afford an attorney due to your financial...Read more »
It won't be thrown out if the right person was charged, but a name was wrong. That can be amended. It could, however, be a defense if the wrong person was charged, or identity is not proveable. You might have other defenses. You should seek counsel.
I Needed Regarding The Adverse Possession (No Trespassing Signs)/ Heaters 4 Trash Bags Tools And So On. I Called The Police And They Didn't Lock Them Up. And And I Went To The Police Commissioner And And They Declined My Application Of Statement Of Charges.With The Police Complain Police... Read more »
It appears to me as though you need the guidance of an experienced property rights attorney to accurately, intelligently and knowingly advise you as to the requisites of a viable adverse possession claim.
Was in the public parking lot as I backed out a parking space I hit the side of an on coming car. The question is am I liable to fix the other persons car or is Baltimore me a no fault state if the accident happen on a parking lot of a store
it's not clear from the context of your question but it certainly could be both. If there were injuries be at fault party's liability insurance would clearly be responsible for any losses, and the no fault carrier would be responsible for any resulting medical bills or lost wages.
It's difficult to understand what you mean by "formally charged". There are different ways a criminal case can be instituted ranging from an application for a statement of charges filed by citizen to an indictment from a grand jury. Any criminal charges are serious ones and certainly...Read more »
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