His behavior is starting to come between me and my children. They are no mimicking his behavior. He also does everything he can to prevent me from seeing people in my family. The youngest has also missed a lot of school without doctor excuses and has developmental delays. My oldest is now afraid to... View More
No...That misdemeanor is worst than some felonies. You might apply for a governor's pardon sometime. But consult with a competent attorney and learn of the many effective weapons legally available to you. Noone should ever plead guilty to that charge without diversion involved.
(typo: *physically abusing me) I moved out a few months ago and we used a quitclaim deed to get me off the title, but I am still on the mortgage and they threatened to sue me for missed payments since I agreed to pay until the end of this year. I agreed at first out of fear but now I want to know... View More
Physical attack by another tenant is not a release from financial obligation on a note secured by a deed of trust. CH 7 Bankruptcy might be an option. Why did you give a deed without payment therefor? Usually the lender will foreclose on the home first, then possibly come after the...View More
Amp me up till she is threatening and started to tell me get the fk out and I don't take meds id die out in the woods do cuz I won't " shut up, I'm 40 .no license no friends no nothin was clean from hard drugs almost 5 yrs but I can't implement all the things the thought... View More
You do not want the DA to bind it over to the Grand Jury. DA is worst than some felonies. Hire a competent attorney and prepare for the Preliminary Hearing. Possibly try to divert, dismiss and expunge the charge. This is a very serious charge which will hurt you permanently.
I went to my exs house to pick up items that we had discussed me getting earlier in the week. He was mad that I came to get things he did not want me to take and when we walked onto his porch, he turned around and pushed me. I picked up the closest thing to me to protect myself and threw it,... View More
Hire a competent attorney now. DA is worst than some Felonies. A conviction will ruin your life. You need it Diverted, Dismissed and Expunged. Expect to make Restitution. Do not plead guilty under any condition than Diversion.
Courts in different Counties set very different Bonds. Coffee County, in my experience, would generally set Bond about $25K to $50+K for such an offense. If the victim was wounded, it would be much higher, probably three to five times higher.
I fled the relationship almost 4 years ago. I was followed, though. I was too afraid to live alone. Thankfully, i had many friends who offered me a safe place. Safe until my ex discovered where I was staying. Once he knew, he terrorized my friends until either I left, or was asked to leave. If my... View More
It is possible. It is not easy or inexpensive but it is possible and may result in a sale of the property. In Ohio it is a remedy called partition. Partition cases in Tennessee refer to legal proceedings which allow joint owners of real estate to divide their interests in the property. In other...View More
My husband has been convicted of domestic violence and is serving 11 months and 29 days after failing to comply with an agreement he made with the court. The charges had been set in abeyance awaiting completion of the agreement. He chose not to complete the agreement. The judge has now sentenced... View More
If the Judge ordered a Sentence then there was a Conviction, and it was a Misdemeanor at General Sessions Court which was not bound over. Apparently he has one or more charges that were initiated by an Arrest Warrant at Sessions which were not disposed of, that is no conviction nor dismissal. DA...View More
He is jobless and took my jewels worth 35 lakh and has drinking habit and abuse me physically and mentally i am planning to divorce him he is jobless and doesn't cares home and daughter he not even pays fee and buys nothing to us he has one married sister he has a commercial house worth 1... View More
You should have called law enforcement. You might be able to file an Action To Recover Personal Property in General Sessions. Use TN terms only, not foreign. Otherwise you will need to file for a Divorce and have to prove grounds.
This same cousin has encouraged people to contact DCS to have my child taken, get me fired and implied I am a child abuser. She has friends who work for government entities who denied me housing, sent her my mail, illegally hacked my phone, and made several other slanderous statements and defaming... View More
How do you know an Arrest Warrant has been issued? It may take awhile for LEOs to execute it. Try to stay out of trouble, especially traffic stops. Do not talk about it. Might be time for a new phone number. Have money available for bail and pick out a lawyer to represent you for...View More
If you are not convicted of DA or have any other firearm disabilities, then you can possess firearms. However that charge is probably on your record if not expunged. So you will fail a NCIC. Might want to expunge it.
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