My phone, straight to voice mail which is a.recording telling me that someone is making a free call to me. This number is not blocked but does not ring. I finally received the arrest report, which has been redacted. But I've found holes in the parts that remain. Time lines that conflict... View More
Under California law, if you believe your son's public defender is not effectively representing him, you have the right to raise this concern with the court. You can request a meeting with the judge to discuss the issues you've observed. It's important to document specific instances...View More
I was told to do 6 months treatment when I went to court and I'll get 5 years probation but I never showed up or did the rehab till a year later I have now completed the rehab but I'm wondering if I'll be sent to prison
must he be released within 48 hours of the arrest if files are not charged before then? also as a victim who was given no say and wants the charges completely dropped is it a good idea to contact the da while it’s pending to communicate my stance and or demand answers for the pending status?
In California, if an individual is arrested and detained, the district attorney generally has 48 hours to file charges. If charges are not filed within this period, the individual must usually be released. However, this timeline can vary depending on weekends and holidays. It's important to...View More
My wife wants me to record everything that happens at work if I'm not on call with her, is that still legal if I'm the only person who knows that they're recording is there and I'm the only person consenting to it but no one else knows is that even legal
Under California law, the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) data, which includes fingerprints, is generally protected and not released to the public, including family members. This protection applies even after the individual's death. The primary concern is to maintain the...View More
If someone were to admit to a woman that he had ejaculated into a cup of coffee that she drank months ago and she had no proof this is occurred. However the event did occur. And hypothetically speaking what would happen if the person was lying when he told her that? This is a serious question not... View More
The person who "falsely" admitted to "ejaculating" into someone coffee has put themselves in serious jeopardy of a sexual harassment civil claim. Such practical "jokes" can easily get the jokester fired and/or sued. Criminal prosecution is unlikely due to the higher...View More
if someone is an inmate in michigan and gets extradited to florida for criminal charges and the verdict is rendered and they signed papers to be sent to do prison time back in Michigan how long does it take to get back there? and who's responsibility is it to get the prisoner back to Michigan?... View More
if someone is an inmate in michigan and gets extradited to florida for criminal charges and the verdict is rendered and they signed papers to be sent to do prison time back in Michigan how long does it take to get back there
I have a bench warrant for a misdemeanor charge in another county from a probation violation I got a year before my DV felony charge. I'm currently serving 2 years on felony probation and am scheduled to be released from probation in 2 months. My probation officer is threatening to extend my... View More
After reporting stolen and no report filed, I found his body and reported to police. It was filed, however no officer of any kind actually showed up where I found him. How can they investigate without seeing my dog or the location?
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