Q: How much jail time would someone do for GTA In Wyoming
Someone took a vehicle from the car owner pulled him out of car took their car not sure if he hit the guy
California lawyers will not know the sentencing patterns in other states.......and often in other counties.
contact a lawyer in that state who is proximate to the court in question.
While laws in many states are similar. they are not the same. You should post your question in the forum to get answers to your question from criminal defenses attorneys in Wyoming.
Here in California, you would likely be charged with car-jacking which is a felony, considered a "serious and violent" crime, counts as 1 strike toward this state's 3 strikes laws and sentenced to 3, 5 or 9 years in state prison (depending on the facts of your case and your prior criminal conviction history). Enhancements can be added on for causing GBI (Great Bodily Injury), use of a weapon (knife, gun, etc.) which would run consecutive to the sentence on the car-jacking conviction.
If you are stopped by the police in California for any reason (even just expired registration tags as 1 example), they will run a warrant search on you and if you failed to appear on the case in Wyoming, you will be taken in custody right on the spot and extradited to Wyoming.
I suggest you consult with a top notch criminal defense attorney in Wyoming ASAP.
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