Court never saw and individual while they were in jail. They had a court date and never were seen. We’re released and disposition said NCF final on the website. Does that mean there’s no charge and the individual won’t be called back in at a later date into a municipal or district court for a... Read more »
What this means is that for now, the matter isn't charged. It has been stopped and the State is investigating it further to determine if they have more potential evidence against this person to file the charge. If the underlying charge is a misdemeanor level case, they have a year to file...Read more »
My m moved in about 6 months ago and got a settlement and I went to the bank with her about 2 months ago and she withdrawn 50 thousand and now I have a detective and adult services at my door what should I do I haven’t done anything wrong my moms old doctor ordered her to get tests done for some... Read more »
You need to contact and consult a criminal defense attorney now so that you are protected. If you proceed forward without representation you may give information you shouldn't. Sound like this should be figured out and you should be fine. Hire an experienced criminal defense attorney now.
I was told by a local police precinct when I was 16 that I had an active/open case with them. They won’t tell me what it’s about. How do I know if it’s still open? I’m 19 now and haven’t been contacted by anyone ever since. Never went to court or charged with anything.
I did not know they would charge me with a felony regarding the day I reported the crime last year 2020, a year later. Now I missed the court date because I was not aware I was required to show up to the court. They might have sent the notice to appear court date to the old residential address I... Read more »
You need to sit down with an experienced criminal defense attorney today and talk about this situation because nobody can teach you how to defend these cases for you. This isn’t like calling up a plumber and getting instructions how to replace a sink. You need to just interview and talk to an...Read more »
His assigned counsel refused to submit his written counterplea before the prosecutor's deadline to either accept his plea and sentence or he would add more charges to his cases. He will submit a limited POA notice to an attorney who will make me his legal POA for negotiating a better plea. I... Read more »
It is not smart to have a person talk with prosecutor's about a possible resolution to criminal offenses without being an attorney AND not the attorney that will trying the case if it is to go to trial. The person NEEDS to be an attorney first of all, I wasn't sure if this person with a...Read more »
For 3 months she has harassed me,Things built up Her & 7 yr old chanting 30+ TIMES MAKE HER MOVE,OVER & OVER I was having a hard day with my illness and talk to "other" people & myself,I found her standing at my door recording me and taking pictures,which the phone was shoved... Read more »
This sounds like a very frustrating situation. The prosecutor is the only person that has the authority to dismiss a criminal offense. You need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you and see whether he could persuade the prosecutor to dismiss. This isn’t easy! This is...Read more »
No on scene test given, according to collision report. Transported to ER, did basic cbc, ua, and comprehensive blood test. I don't remember if I signed anything at the hospital to give my test results to police, can they still access my hospital blood test results and other health records? In... Read more »
It is very hard to withdraw a plea of guilty to a case because you were ask specific questions about what you were doing and if you were full aware of the issues, the rights that you were giving up and the understanding of the arrangement of your deal. This was viewed as your decision and no one...Read more »
Even if he didnt press charges or participate in the municipal case against defendant/girlfriend? Ok he got a summons to appear at my MTR hearing to testify for the state. This is not the municipal where the charges are. This is an MTR hearing that is scheduled for another reason having nothing to... Read more »
If you are asking if a DA can subpoena an alleged victim or witness to testify in a case than YES the DA can do this. There are different ways or methods of getting a subpoena to a person so if the person that is being asked to testify has questions about their rights that person should consult...Read more »
There is more to this matter than what you are saying so there is no way for an attorney to answer your question without all of the facts and the possibilities. Please talk to your attorney about this question. If you don't have one GET ONE. One with experience with these type of cases to...Read more »
In a criminal prosecution a wife can testify against the husband, there is not immunity for a criminal offense. The person would have to appear in court and testify in person. Please hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you Sir! This is your best bet to make sure your...Read more »
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