I just found out that I have a misdemeanor bench warrant in Idaho for failure to appear. I have a new job that ran my background and found it. I need to resolve this, ASAP so I can start my job. In 2009, I had a misdemeanor DUI ( first offense ). I did community service and paid a small fine.... View More
Your best bet is to hire a lawyer in the same area as the court. Sometimes they can file a motion to get the warrant Quashed and get you some time to complete the classes. Sometimes the judge makes you appear. If there is a bond on the warrant you can pay the bond and ask to have a telephonic...View More
The court appointed attorney but he never returned calls or emails so we hired a law firm for my son and the attorney they appointed to him has not filed for a bond reduction that we had asked him to do 4 months ago. He just says he dont think they will lower bond. We are from out of state. My son... View More
The lawyer works for you. If you are not happy with your lawyer you need to communicate that to them and give them a chance to make things right. If nothing changes, You can ask the managing partner of the firm to give you a new lawyer. If they will not or you are not satisfied with their...View More
They entered the yard handcuffed him at 10am searchead his home and found his safe broke into it found drugs and money and arrested him and served him aearch warrant at 120 pm while already in jail is that even ligal i thought you needed a warrant to search premises and their body cams were off... View More
Generally speaking, the government needs a search warrant to search your home. There are some exceptions such as exigent circumstances or imminent danger. You indicated that they served a warrant him later in the day. What really matters is when was the warrant issued by the Court. Again,...View More
I was arrested 7 years ago for a check I went to jail my husband bonded me out I went back to court and the judge told me no further charges were being filed and told us where to go to get the bond money back. But in January I was arrested on a warrant to that I knew nothing about a d got ORd and... View More
There is no simple yes or no answer to this question. It all depends on the circumstances surrounding the death. The parents involved should contact legal counsel and discuss the circumstances of this case.
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