Jail Time, Community Service, etc. Just depends on how far you go ahead with the plans or threats as it could be as little as 3 to 5 years in jail or even more. If you are charged with said offense, speak with a lawyer ASAP.
I live in New Jersey. I am 25 years old. I just found out that my mother placed a tracking app on my phone called AT&T Secure Family. I heard that it's against the law to put a tracking app on an adult's phone without permission as it is considered an invasion of privacy. Can I legally sue?
Yes, you could get jail time on both charges, but the amount of time will depend on the facts of your case and how good of a lawyer you have representing you to defend the charges. Generally, the better your fact and the better the lawyer that you choose, the better your chances are of avoiding or...Read more »
The relationship ended kinda bad and asked me to delete them and I said no because I was mad but I did end up deleting them. However he does have nude photos of me too saved in the iMessage chat. I never said anything about having intentions to share the photo.
Yes insufficient evidence can lead to charges being dropped or reduced. That being said what you consider insufficient may not be what the state considers insufficient. Speak with a lawyer to learn what is and isn't insufficient evidence if you are charged with a crime, expect a lawyer to...Read more »
My fiancé is being charged with that charge however there is not a strong case against him, with that being said is there anyway to reduce that charge to something more minor, if not what would be the least amount of time he would be eligible to receive?
Robbery is always a tough charge to defend against. That being said everything would depend on the facts of his case (like you said how strong the evidence is against him) and how good of a lawyer he hires to defend the charge. Generally, with a better lawyer you will get a better result. If...Read more »
I live in New Jersey. I am 25 years old. I just found out that my mother placed a tracking app on my phone called AT&T Secure Family. I heard that it's against the law to put a tracking app on an adult's phone without permission. Can I legally sue?
Let's approach this issue differently for a moment. Let's assume that your mother did install an app on your phone and that it was done without your permission. At age 25, what is it that your mother is going to find out about you that you care less about any longer? I am not trying to...Read more »
Today was my fiancés pre-indictment hearing, we have been waiting to hear about any discovery found, the strength of the evidence (which as we know it isn’t too strong), the possible charges, etc. However the lawyer did not show and the pre-indictment hearing was literally under five minutes and... Read more »
If you paid your lawyer he/she should have appeared for the hearing. It is an important hearing, but generally your lawyer would have already spoken to the prosecutor and some lawyers even go to the court house to pickup that discovery also prior to the hearing because many hearings today are not...Read more »
The answer depends on several factors such as who charged you state or federal, was the gone used in a commission of a crime etc. Speak with a lawyer this is a serious charge and generally has a mandatory term of imprisonment.
Any domestic violence conviction will prohibit your obtaining a FID. Additionally, the following offences prohibit the possession of a firearm: robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, arson, extortion, homicide, kidnapping, escape, sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault, endangering the welfare...Read more »
The person threatened my life and inturn i threatened hers, they had coworkers taking her side and lied to cops about her being scared for her life so i got arrested because they said that i said id kill her but her coworkers said that she didn't say that apparently.
It was on an assault case that was In 2003 and the order a bench warrant for 2004. But the guy who filed the charges moved to Florida and passed away in Florida. But my boyfriend told me that he was defending himself after the guy knock my boyfriend's glasses off his face and he couldn't see.
The states cooperate in terms of arresting people wanted on another state's warrant. Your boyfriend will be subject to extradition, which means that PA will call the NJ entity that issued the warrant and ask if NJ wants to come and get him or if PA should release him. If NJ indicates that...Read more »
One charge was ended and completed in probation in 2019(filed 2018) plus all fines paid. I had a smaller, minor charge from 2017 (failure to give CDS to police) which ended in just fines. Both cases went to superior court. The latter charge is a possession/distribution charge. Thinking back, I... Read more »
The best way to know for certain whether you are eligible for an expungement is to reach out to an attorney who can look up any and all charges that come up in your name and let you know if you qualify or not. Many of us offer free consultations, and when called for an expungement case, will look...Read more »
Armed robbery is a 1st degree offense in NJ, which means it carries a possible sentence of 10-20 years in state prison and because it falls under the No Early Release Act, a person convicted of it would served 85% of whatever amount of time sentenced before becoming eligible for parole. There is...Read more »
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