The apt # was not included in the mailing address, but was readily available in my records. The court issued a failure to appear warrant on 9/11/2022. I found docket online, and tried to show up for court. I made motion to correct the courts error in my mailing address on 09112022. The court... Read more »
ex boyfriend charged with attempted murder 1st degree, F3 discharge a firearm, criminal damage & misconduct invol. weapons. I want to help his case by going to the state prosecutor telling them i dont want to testify i was confused, angry & under the influence so what i said to the... Read more »
I’m not sure why you want to bring in prescription medication into court but I will presume it is to provide evidence of legal possession (versus illegal possession) of a drug. This can be a very perilous act, and can backfire in many different ways. Please first consult with your lawyer (or if...Read more »
my grandpa had giving me permission to use his bank account card last year. he got diagnosed with dementia. he's been to the bank on three separate occasions last year trying to file charges against me then he went in and retracted his statement and then again went back in and accuse me... Read more »
Just to brief my case; I have been electronically surveilled, stalked, and harassed by someone I know. This individual has been committing this crime for quite a while, and I am pursuing further in making sure that they are held accountable for their actions. Starting by filing, not only a police... Read more »
There were 3 of us on my locked property who were detained for 4 hours waiting for a search warrant. We went to jail and released 5 days later with no explanation no court visits and no return of property. Can they use any evidence collected from that search to bring up charges later down the road
No. Felony cases can be brought before a grand jury or there can be a probable cause hearing during the preliminary hearing phase. This can be a witness or a non-witness hearing. Misdemeanor cases need neither and can be charged simply by the prosecution filing a complaint. Also, it is important to...Read more »
In 2020 a young mom lived with her boyfriend (BF), his mom (BFM) and her two children in Payson, AZ. BF is father to the youngest child who was an infant at the time. CPS was involved and BFM was the safety monitor. BF was a drug user and seller. Mom was not and repeatedly tested clean. Mom tried... Read more »
This was originally a 1 night stay in jail, but my legal guardians spoke to the judge to keep me for longer & the judge was forced to make my charges worse. It is a Disorderly Conduct (Domestic Violence) charge, that in 2018 was set aside with my parents in court by a judge.
I'd have to look more into this. That said, if you were a juvenile at the time there could be options for having your record sealed all together. Also, there is a new law that will go into effect on 1/1/2023 that will provide an avenue for expungement in Arizona. This may be something you want...Read more »
Thank you for the question. It could mean that a bench arrest warrant was issued. I would need more context to be able to answer the question accurately. If indeed an arrest warrant was issued, if you come into contact with law enforcement they will arrest you and take you to jail. You should reach...Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about this situation. Depending on the specifics, your daughter will likely be appointed a public defender at no cost to her or you. If you'd like to speak to a criminal defense attorney, most attorneys in this field (including myself) offer a free consultation.
Thanks for your question. This sounds very troubling and in order to answer your question completely, I'd need to do some research and investigate more. To do that, I'd need a lot more information from you. Most criminal defense attorneys (including myself) offer free consultations. If...Read more »
My friend is a prohibited possessor. His wife put a handgun under their seat with the intention of taking it to the police department because she found it in a park where there were children playing. My friend was unaware of it's presence. He was stopped and the police officer charged him with... Read more »
A prohibited possessor charge in Arizona is actually called "Misconduct Involving a Weapon" and is a class 4 felony. This charge carries the potential for years in prison and depending on a person's prior criminal convictions, this charge could be a prison mandatory charge....Read more »
Inmate NEEDS supervision reinstated. It would have been granted but Board said Inmate WAVED- Inmate did not intentionally WAVE- He was misinformed when signed paper. What can inmate do now to get RELEASED?
Thank you for your question, but I'd need to clarify some of the finer points to give a more accurate answer. First, was this a revocation hearing to revoke probation? If so, what type of probation? Also, I'm interested to know more about the board that said that rights were waived and...Read more »
One month I didn't check in because I was kicked out of my place to stay the next month I was in process of homeless assistance and trying to get a place before I spoke to my probation officer so I didn't get violated and when he went to old residence I wasn't no longer there now I... Read more »
There is not enough information here to give you exact information. However, if you are facing current charges and a warrant was issued for your arrest due to a failure to appear, you could face arrest and revocation of your release conditions. If, on the other hand, you have not checked in with...Read more »
I was aon probation at 19, it lasted 18 months. I'm 30 now and was told when done with probation I could petition to have my felony dropped to misdemeanor but my probation fees have gone to collections now. Do I pay or can I petition without paying. I should add I did not just choose to not... Read more »
The answer is, it depends on what is in the plea agreement. Is there language in the plea agreement that requires the fulfillment of all of the conditions of the sentence (this is known as "earned misdemeanor language") or is the plea agreement silent to this effect? The statute for...Read more »
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