It all depend on the substance and quantity found. The minimum drug charge has up to 180 days in jail and the worst can be up to 10 years or more in jail. Whatever it is I suggest that you setup one of the free in office consultations that most of us criminal lawyers offer as anything said over...Read more »
Your first step should be to hire a good lawyer you looking at 5 to 10 years in jail with the charge that you've mentioned. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a free in office consultation I suggest you set one up to get protected
My mother was bitten by fleas in a casino at a gaming table, does she have a case to sue? She had to go to the ER with severe swelling on her legs. The casino acknowledged that they do have a flea problem. The incident occurred in Foxwoods casino in CT. We live in New Jersey.
I have very serious injuries that have at times made me question why I even want to go on. My medical care is expensive and I need money for treatment. A number of people were injured similarly and my case was put in the MDL. My lawyer wants me to agree to dismiss the case without prejudice. He... Read more »
Without knowing all the facts about your case it would be improper for a lawyer to tell you what to do does it sound a little different than normal yst but your lawyer could have a good reason. As for taking less today to avoid a trial 5 years from today that is common.
My husband was charged with AGG ASSAULT-ATTEMPT/CAUSE BI W/DEADLY WEAPON PURP/KNOW 3rd degree, POSS OF WEAPON FOR UNLAWFUL PURPOSE-OTHER WEAPON 3rd degree, and UNLAWFUL POSS WEAP - OTHER WEAPONS 4th degree. His first court date is June 20th and I believe its just for processing. We did speak with a... Read more »
It could help, it could hurt depending on what your write as for what you should write that would depend on the facts of the case. I suggest setting up a consultation with an attorney if you don't know how to write it or what to say but expect that attorney to charge you for his time and advice,...Read more »
A second degree theft by deception charge has a presumption of incarceration for 5 to 7 years even for first time offenders. But a good lawyer may be able to reduce or elimate this for you so pick a good one to get the best results.
Everything depends on the facts of your case some people do it with cameras looking into other people's windows other people do it with. Their own eyes up at the window, so the answer is it depends. it's like what one supreme Court Justice said about pornography I know it when I see it
They were dating, he was recording while they were together so she had knowledge Did they have to wait for him to become 18? What is the worst cast scenario? He’s being charged with invasion of privacy and cyber bullying
At court I was informed by the judge of this up to 30 days an officer can write additional traffic violations tickets then mail them to you, so my ? Is are the police required to inform you of that at the time of incident took place?
It can take, days, weeks or even months for a warrant to show up, don't risk it as then you will have to pay much more. Call the court say you need a new payment plan, they will give you a court date and you can discuss this with the judge and bring some money with you. Its better to ask for...Read more »
The case is several years old and the cop did not witness the accident. Would the witnesses listed in the police report be required to testify or would the courts rely on the police report as evidence for trial. The reason I ask about that is the where the location of the witnesses live and would... Read more »
All the state needs is the police officer who came to the scene it's called accident reconstruction they do not necessarily need the witnesses unless they feel they have a week case. As for proof all they have to show is that you drove without due caution or circumspection so for example let's say...Read more »
You really need to seek an in person consultation where the attorney can see all the paperwork to give you a proper answer, but expect to pay for the attorneys time as that is not part of the normal criminal free in office consultation.
You need to click on one of our profiles and call the number you see. For example my office offers a free consultation if you are charged with a traffic ticket and you are looking for a lawyer to represent you in the case. You can setup this free in office consultation by calling 1-800-9-RIGHTS...Read more »
The cop maybe right unfortunately many international driver's licenses are fake and are not the one that is recognized by the State of New Jersey. I suggest you set up one of the free in office consultations that some of us traffic ticket lawyers offer. This is a serious offense with serious...Read more »
The answer depends on how bad you consider the possibility of up to five years in jail, because that's what he could serve depending on the facts of this case and which degree of crime he was charged with. Most people would consider this a very serious offense and because prosecutors generally ask...Read more »
Much more information would be needed to properly answer your question, but you're not allowed to abandon a car on your property or on public property however if it's on your property you have a much better defense depending on the circumstances.
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