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Q: I was caught stealing at Walmart

More than 150$ and I have student visa

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Q: I need to get some advice for my boyfriend for probation violation in Alabama

My boyfriend is on probation in Alabama and they saying he violated his probation this is first time but I really need to talk to attorney to explain the situation

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Q: Is it a clear violation of constitution right. For a judge to denie a def.s only witness to testify doing trial
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answered on May 19, 2024

I wouldn't say it's a "clear" violation. There are many reasons why a witness would not be permitted to testify. For example, if the court determined that that they had no evidence to offer that was legally relevant to the elements of the charges before the judge or jury, that... View More

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Q: During an early termination of probation hearing, does it count as a positive if I did a college level class but...

But I didn't do good in the class. Will they hold it against me or will they give me credit for trying to do something positive?

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answered on May 19, 2024

In California, during an early termination of probation hearing, the court will generally consider your overall progress and efforts to comply with the terms of your probation. Taking a college-level class, even if you did not perform well, can still be seen as a positive step towards... View More

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Q: my incindent number changed to the one when i got pulled over.

my release of conditions has my other inicendent number, and its from a differnt agenecy that pulled me over for my warrents. not from when i was charged. and how do i sue for unlawful detainer and a judge court ordered me to a differnt jail even tho i have proof they had no holds on me

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Q: Is it legal in New Jersey for an insurance company to remove the mortgage company's name from the scope of loss?

This is the second scope of loss on the same property. The first one was sent to the mortgage company and repairs were done. The second scope of loss was never reported to the mortgage company and the contractors took the money and left the state. And the home was never repaired fully.

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Q: I have since 2002 done parole and only registered once now I get notice saying charges filed for 457 how now

I've done parole of 3 years and only had to register once this was back in 2005 and since then only had to follow rules of not having acceleration devices and flamabual stuff and not set fire to anything. But now out of blue I get a thing from district attorney saying I'm charged with a... View More

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answered on May 18, 2024

Based on the information you provided, it seems that you were convicted of a crime in California prior to 2002, served a 3-year parole term, and were required to register once in 2005. It's unclear what the specific crime was, but it appears to have been related to arson or the possession of... View More

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Q: I have since 2002 done parole and only registered once now I get notice saying charges filed for 457 how now

I've done parole of 3 years and only had to register once this was back in 2005 and since then only had to follow rules of not having acceleration devices and flamabual stuff and not set fire to anything. But now out of blue I get a thing from district attorney saying I'm charged with a... View More

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answered on May 18, 2024

Based on the information you provided, it seems that you were convicted of a crime in California prior to 2002, served a 3-year parole term, and were required to register once in 2005. It's unclear what the specific crime was, but it appears to have been related to arson or the possession of... View More

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Q: Can I obtain an insurance producer license in TN with a drug felony conviction in 2009?

I have a felony criminal record in Florida from 2002-2009. There are drug related felonies. I satisfied all terms of sentences in Oct. 2010. I've not been convicted of a crime since May of 2009. Is there a path in which I am able to acquire an insurance producer license in the state of... View More

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