I was arrested and held for 4 hours. At the end of the 4 hours, someone came in and told me if I signed a document and plead guilty, I would pay a fine and be done with it. I never really thought about it again until I interviewed for a job and it came up. I spoke with the general sessions clerk... View More
Yes, it is possible to have a public intoxication conviction expunged in Tennessee, even if it is from 2014. The Tennessee Expungement Act allows for the expungement of certain criminal convictions, including public intoxication, after a certain period of time has passed.
anyone can buy the pill online so I thought it was legal, I give them to friends and co-workers that have the same problem. yes some of them give me money to keep buying them since they don't trust the sight I get them from so how serious is this do I need a lawyer? even tho the police said... View More
It is -104 and -105. Class C Misdemeanor (30 days maximum). Legend Drugs require a prescription to possess, and a license to sell. Hire an attorney to get it diverted, dismissed and expunged. Otherwise a conviction will hurt you for life. And stop selling them.
The bond is paid and it’s been 4 years been to court couple times then Covid hit and now it’s been 4 years need two know what I need two do will I be put back in jail if he takes his self off my bond live In Tennessee
That is probably up to the bondsman, who you should call as you are his prisoner. If the bondsman asks the Court to exonerate him, then the Judge may set a bond or possibly release you on your own recognizance. But 4 years is a long time not to go to trial. Talk to your lawyer. Be ready with a...View More
In Tennessee, the situation you described is extremely serious and could lead to criminal charges for aggravated assault, especially since a minor was involved. Aggravated assault in Tennessee is defined as intentionally or knowingly causing another to fear imminent bodily injury with a deadly...View More
In Tennessee, the process for handling a citation for simple possession can vary depending on the specific circumstances and the local jurisdiction. Generally, for certain offenses, including some minor ones, you may have the option to pay a fine instead of appearing in court. However, this...View More
Yes, using a life alert system fraudulently can lead to legal charges, especially if it's used in a manner similar to making a false 911 call. Life alert systems are intended for emergencies, and misusing them can be considered a form of false reporting or misuse of emergency services....View More
He has a medical necessity to be on a bottom bunk due to him having seizures but has been denied a bottom bunk. He's told there aren't any available. There was a new inmate who came in and was given a bottom bunk. We were in the process of getting his health situated when he was taken... View More
In Tennessee, if your fiancé feels he is being discriminated against in jail due to not being accommodated for his medical condition, there are steps you can take. First, document all instances of his seizures and requests for a bottom bunk, including dates and any responses from jail staff....View More
The appearance bond guarantees your being at Court or jail on certain dates. You can tell the bondsman what the Court ordered but what counts is showing up at Court when the Docket says you are supposed to. A bondsman could require you to report your case's status, but it would be unusual.
I would also like to know why they didn't have her evaluated when she asked to be evaluated? Why is she dead now? I can't get answers from anyone.. she was 22 years old she called for help that she was in danger and scared. They found her on the barge on the 21 of October please help me... View More
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