Recent information has come to my knowledge concerning her death I was told by several people that she was killed by a man and he got it left out of state so I need to see about what it takes to get the body exhumed and autopsy performed so I can see the cause of death they said it was cuz she... View More
If you’re sentenced to 5 years plus 5 years PRS for child entitlement in MS as a first time offender with no prior convictions due to an undercover officer posing as a child. Is the 5 years mandatory if not stated at sentencing? And why do others with the same charge have a lesser sentence like... View More
Mississippi residents I know there's no issue with a parent taking the child out of state without permission if there is no custody order so does that mean I can also bring him home from Pennsylvania since my wife and son are still Mississippi residents and we're still married she refuses... View More
You are correct. Since there is no order in place, either parent may take the child wherever he or she wants. However, it is a bad idea for you to go to Pennsylvania and take the child back to Mississippi against your wife's will. There very well could be a physical confrontation that could...View More
handing me things to touch then retriving them twice brought a coca cola by my emploer and asked to drink it a very staged occurance second time by a aqquantaince where i work for whom did the same thing out of respect and to not be rude i drank when i would never purchse coca cola ever on my own... View More
In Mississippi, the sale of a counterfeit controlled substance, including a substance represented to be methamphetamine, can lead to criminal charges. If the amount involved is between 2 grams and less than 10 grams, it is considered a felony.
The specific charges and potential penalties...View More
In Mississippi, if a judge does not specify that a sentence is to be served as "mandatory" or without the possibility of parole or early release, then the sentenced individual may be eligible for parole or other sentence reductions based on good behavior or other factors. "Good...View More
If you have received a ticket for indecent exposure, it's important to review the specific circumstances and the law under which you were charged. Indecent exposure generally requires an intentional act of exposing oneself to another person in a public place. If the exposure was accidental or...View More
When applying for an Australian student visa, you're typically asked about any criminal convictions, and this includes charges and their outcomes. While your contempt of court charges were expunged, some jurisdictions may still view them as part of your record. The general practice is to be...View More
In Mississippi, the statute of limitations for aggravated assault is generally two years from the date of the alleged offense. This means that the prosecution has two years to file charges against the accused. However, there can be exceptions or conditions that could extend or modify this period....View More
My friend passed away in her boyfriends front yard he didnt call 911 when she was found he was just sitting on the porch until he realized someone was there then he started pretending to ned help. she had been dead several hours at this point. on the porch where e was her purse was dumped out her... View More
Under the circumstances you describe, you should assume you are a suspect and should retain a competent and experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. You should also assume police will not give you all the information they have and that they may lie to you to gauge your reactions...View More
In Mississippi, the possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance is a serious offense. This offense is often referred to as "possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony" or a similar term, and it is usually treated as a separate offense from the...View More
If your car was seized by law enforcement under a warrant, the first step you should take is to contact the law enforcement agency that seized your car to inquire about the process for reclaiming it. They will provide you with information about the necessary steps, documents, and fees that you need...View More
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