Hartwell, GA asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Georgia

Q: I'm being charged for Same offense in 2 separate courts?Higher court has been disposed and rehabilitated.

I've being held in a Dependency case due to a charge that is reduced and disposed of but they still hold me in jouvinile with a charge that for abuse and no charge anywhere of dui and then have me in another county sui.g me in a custody battle I never recieve any summons for I'm in 3 courts for a charge I've not been charged for it they refuse to let me see my kids now for a year.

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: It sounds like you may need to speak with an attorney who can review your specific case and provide legal advice tailored to your situation. It is unusual for someone to be charged for the same offense in multiple courts, especially if one of the charges has already been disposed of and rehabilitated. Additionally, it is important to ensure that proper notice and service of process is provided in any legal proceedings. A lawyer can help you navigate the legal system and determine the best course of action to address the issues you are facing.

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