when I sent the publishing website my disposition, which my lawyer said was sufficient to remove my mugshot the publishing website told me a reduced charge does not mean I am eligible for removal. My lawyer says I would need a civil lawyer in order to remove and he cannot help. is this true? a... Read more »
Georgia law does not allow expungement of DUI convictions or felony drug convictions. However, you may be able to expunge the drug conviction if it was for a misdemeanor offense. You would file a petition with the convicting court to request expungement.
It is always helpful to show the Court that you have been compliant with previous bond conditions, however, jail time is usually related to a person's criminal history, the severity of the charges, and whether a victim is involved.
Defending these cases usually depends on fourth amendment arguments. Did law enforcement have the right to stop you? If so, was the stop unreasonably prolonged? If not, did they have the right to search you and/or your car? Etc.
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Furthermore as a violent man held her beyond will and beat her and had her arrested . Lady has 3 children and now away from harm need a chance to start her life now without the terrioristic drama he put her through
UNFORTUNATELY, YOU HAVE TOO MANY DIFFERENT ISSUES IN YOUR QUESTION. NOBODY HERE WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE A RELEVANT RESPONSE TO ANY OF THEM. THE OVERALL BEST ADVICE YOU WILL REVCEIVE HERE IS TO MEET WITH AN ATTORNEY SO THAT ALL THE ISSUES CAN BE SORTED AND DISCUSSED.
Yes, they can absolutely be charged. However, the real question will be whether they will be convicted. It sounds like you may have a strong case. I would recommend you contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss your options.
I’m glad to hear they found the hit and run driver. There should be an amended accident report from the resulting arrest with the driver’s information and their insurance company. You can file a claim against their auto insurance carrier to get compensated for your vehicle and injuries as a...Read more »
Depending on the court, you may be able to ask for more time to consult an attorney. If you qualify, you may consider applying for a public defender. Don't wait to consult an attorney on your case because certain deadlines will begin passing and put you in a disadvantageous position.
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