You can complain. the case is over, the appeal period has run. The statute of limitation is probably two years but may still be in effect for up to three years in some cases for a suit for malpractice by your lawyer. You must act quickly as in January 2014 the three years expire as well.
for the evading you will be fined not more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than six months or both. The DMV will also suspend your license for 90 days. The DUI is worse and, because of the evading, the state's attorney and/or judge may deny you the alcohol education program,...View More
absolutely, plead not guilty if he WAS not guilty. Conviction of Possession of alcohol in violation of C.G.S. 30-89 means the DMV must suspend the driver's license and can result in Very stiff insurance costs thereafter that will affect your family. Get him a lawyer.
Up to ten years in jail (2-4 is typical perhaps even minimal), and suspend your license for one year and require an approved ignition interlock device, as defined in section 14-227j, for a period of two years more.
He may be entitled to apply for accelerated rehabilitation to keep his record clean. A plea of guilty on a first offense usually results in probation and/or fine. At worst a Class A Misdemeanor is up to a year in jail and up to two thousand dollars in fines.
Withdraw: yes, on Hold: only by motion to the court for an attempt at reconciliation for instance. If your spouse filed an answer and counter-complaint, he/she, could proceed on that even if you withdraw.
Depends, If it was dropped by something called a "nolle" which means he prosecutor agrees not to prosecute it remains on file and could be reinstated, usually for cause (like a repeat offense), for 13 months. After that, or if the case is "Dismissed" by the judge, the file will...View More
There is no rule, you can go away the very first time. Sometimes its mandatory as a crime with a gun (One year mandatory). There is an alternative to incarceration called accelerated Rehabilitation for someone who never committed a crime before. If approved by the judge, you get probation,...View More
Usually no, but they are separate jurisdictions with different rules you need to review the matter with a lawyer. I have had several cases in Federal court where they dismissed the state charges so I brought them in State court after the verdict on the federal matters. Be careful, the statute of...View More
Proof of claim went where? Bankruptcy court? You need to contest the POC or it may be accepted as fact. If he lied under oath, it is perjury and is a felony. Will he go to jail?, maybe. Bill Clinton lied under oath and nothing happened.
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