Courts don't get involved in disputes between persons posting cash bonds and the defendants for whom the bonds are posted. Anyone posting a cash bond on behalf of a defendant must understand that the court will consider that cash an asset of the defendant that can be used to pay fines, court...Read more »
I was arrested for a DUI in Indiana Oct 4 around 3am. I was taken to the station and released on bail for 2500 on Oct 5 at 3pm. The officers let me know that I should wait a couple of weeks for a court date. It has been approximately 5 weeks and I haven't received any charges. I'm not sure what to... Read more »
This question comes up fairly often. There is no benefit to speeding up the process of filing of charges. Although it rarely happens, sometimes paperwork DOES get lost in the system. In that unlikely event, the prosecutor's case will never get better with age. If you contact me privately with...Read more »
I was told I was in video with my boyfriend and another male commuting this crime. The detective who file for the warrant came to my house previously and I told him I did not do this crime and I was willing to give any evidence to prove this to be true I had an alibi. The detective accused me of... Read more »
We where both Intoxicated but I did not drive her boyfriend also said she got out of passanger side witch that’s a lie cop never seen who drove but I went to jail bc it was my car and they said it was me I told the cops it wasnt
Your question does not contain enough facts to facilitate an answer. If your sentence was agreed to as part of a plea agreement, it can only be modified by agreement of all parties and approval by the court.
I had thc In my system. I have prior drinking and I learned my lesson and I think my attorney is not good because he’s in trouble. I don’t feel I should’ve went to hospital I was completely sober. Didn’t smoke marijuana for days. I was just lost and gps wouldn’t work. I need help. I was... Read more »
This is referring to the question I asked the other day. I want to understand the law on the matter because he shouldn't do time on this. Did the property damage add to the prosecutions case for domestic battery? His attorney is a PD and isn't much help right now.
All that needs to be proven in a battery case is that the defendant knowingly or intentionally touched the other person in a rude, insolent or angry manner. Whether or not your husband should do time, if the State proves the elements, a conviction is certainly possible.
14 year old Daughter being charge with posession of a electronic cigarette when she only took 1 puff of it on the school bus, it wasn't hers it was another kids. Is that the right charge for her in Indiana?
Loss prevention stops my sister at Walmart stated She did not pay for all her I tems no police involved and stated they would not Be pressing criminal charges and handed her a piece of paper stating that She will receive a letter within two weeks and to follow what the letter tells her to do.. will... Read more »
I read on the statues that it cannot but then it also says however it can if the other supporting felonies something or other and I dont understand what its saying. Can u help me? He just did 10 years on a habitual and got out and caught this new theft case. It was a misd. But it was enhanced. Also... Read more »
Calculating habitual enhancements can be complicated. What is needed is details of the current offense date, the dates of the prior offenses and judgments, and the charging information. Take all of this data to a defense attorney to get an opinion on whether this is an impermissible double...Read more »
My son was arrested for driving without a license, he's already served 6days and put up a 300 dollar bond, he missed his last court date and was arrested on a bench warrant. He been in jail for 6 more days and has yet to see a judge and has no bail
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