If you got proof about a person stealing and proved it thru. The corporate office .and they acted on it into firing .an employee. And put pictures on Facebook just cause she .said things about this person .
Malicious Mischief can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony depending on the value of the property destroyed. If the value of the property destroyed is in excess of $1,000.00 but less than $5,000.00, it shall be a felony punishable by a fine not exceeding $10,000.00 or imprisonment in the...View More
I assume you are referencing a drive by shooting. The law concerning this is covered in MS Code 97-3-109. A conviction of this offense is a felony and carries up to 30 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000.
I would advise speaking with a criminal defense attorney immediately and further...View More
Definition of the crime of car theft is addressed in MS Code § 97-17-42. However, the penalties for car theft are based on the value of the car and are set forth in MS Code § 97-17-41. The maximum prison sentence is 20 years if the value of the car was $25,000 or more. Therefore, if he has been...View More
I do not completely understand the question and need a little more information to provide a better decision; however, an intervening decision could mean a ruling by a court subsequent to your specific issue being addressed that has a direct impact on your issue. As it relates to overcoming...View More
Went back to school and graduated with a degree in Surgical Technology. Have been in NO trouble since. I actually volunteer in the community with one of the transplant surgeons who works at UMMC. Any advice?
UMMC will have their own policies and procedures concerning employment matters. When applying for the position, I would certainly disclose the conviction and attempt to provide them with an explanation of the events and/or what you have done subsequent to the conviction to turn your life around....View More
But the 5 year rule always a started me over so therefore it was always 1st offense so now over a 30 year driving career you can go back and charge me no matter when the offence happened call parchman and see if I can have the same bed I had 25 years ago
I assume you are referencing the new DUI law that became effective a few years ago. For a person to be charged with a felony DUI 3rd offense, the offenses must have occurred within the past 5 years. This law is still good law as it relates to a 3rd offense; however, the legislature added a felony...View More
I was released from prison in November of 2014, I was supposed to be on probation for two years. I have not reported since April 2016. I have not had any kind of communication whatsoever since 2016. I have stayed completely out of trouble, no new charges at all. I have just been assuming that I... View More
Just because you were stopped and not arrested does not necessarily mean there is not a warrant for your arrest. The officer may not have checked, the system may have been down, or a number of other issues. If you failed to fulfill your obligations for probation, it will be the probation officers...View More
I had some friends over and my neighbor started screaming and cursing at them because my lady friend said "what". I came out trying to stop fight amd he got in my face and chest bumped me so i took him to the ground. Hes pressed charges on me for simple assault because i took him to the... View More
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