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Q: living salt lake city Utah June 29 2022 felony warrant grays harbor Washington possession with intent ? Extradite me ?

If I'm stopped by police here in Utah will they extradite me back to wa state

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Q: living salt lake city Utah June 29 2022 felony warrant grays harbor Washington possession with intent ? Extradite me ?

If I'm stopped by police here in Utah will they extradite me back to wa state

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Q: I have a felony from 1986. No trouble since, can I restore my rights to posses a firearm without coming to Georgia?

I live in Washington state. 58 years old, 3 jobs in 35 years, 8 years, 10 years and 17 years. Honest, hardworking man, married 30 years.

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Q: My son asked me to look up a 1077 true blood something, either it's a RCW or maybe a case number?

I can't find anything about the 1077 true blood, he's in jail right now.

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Q: Daughter who is 17 years old, gave 10000 dollars to her 20 year old boyfriend without our consent. Can he be in trouble

She has maintained the relationship ultra secret, none knew about this until she took our car and attempted to drive 2000 miles to see him from Washington state to Oklahoma. She was caught by police in Kansas. She disclosed to have given 10,000 dollars to him. She had made a series of withdrawals... Read more »

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Q: How do I get a pro bono case accepted in Clark County Washington. Their court appointed attorney did them no favors.

It's been error after error with the court appointed attorney who took a criminal case to trail even with a plea bargain offered before trail. Zero evidence was admitted. Jury convicted him guilty in under an hour. He is sitting back in jail now. He needs an attorney who will actually fight... Read more »

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Q: how can i get this remote Neuro Monitering to stop right now it's killing us in our own home 24/7 these people doing it

ive been tortured in my home for three years now,by some sort of remote Neuro monitoring ,EMF hologram,live broad casting brain to brain interfacing,these people are killing us in our own homes and our animal's,every time ive tried to call 911 they intercept my call and pretend to be 911... Read more »

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Q: If some one is in jail and they are Hispanic and the race shown says he is white and the suspect theh are looking for is

White wouldent they just be fitting him as the victom

Patrick Owen Earl
Patrick Owen Earl
answered on Sep 15, 2022

Your question seems to be, If the alleged suspect of an alleged crime is White, why is there an Hispanic person being held in jail for the crime?

If this is true, it is because the report was supplemented with information against the person in custody OR there is something that was pointing...
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Q: Question on COA procedure. I have a final non-oral argument determination of facts hearing on my PRP.

Since this is the last hearing before the court decides, will they render decision at the conclusion of hearing, or like in an oral argument hearing, conclude the hearing and then render a decision at a later date?

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Q: Q: can a Storage Unit kick you out for a violation you were reprimanded for already 10 minutes after accepting payment.

I had a Mike's hard lemonade on site and was reprimanded, Then I was met at the gate and accused of being drunk when i wasn't by the same person. Instead of arguing I just left. The next day I again was approached by the same person and informed I needed to make my Monthly payment to... Read more »

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Q: Can I modify my dvpo to include my children under no contact?

I have a DVPO against my ex husband. My children are included on the order as protected but not under no contact.

My divorce was finalized August 12th of this year and the parenting plan restrains him from contact with the children. If he gets certain evals and gets the treatment... Read more »

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Q: chain of Evidence: If the key piece of evidence is vital to case but not complete do to procedure error.

A doctors office completed a u.a. on child. the preliminary test positive for amphetamines'. Parent accused of drug abuse and brestfeeding had u.a that was clean. Confirmatory U.A that was recommended by lab director, but dr office dropped the ball and never sent into lab for results. Is this... Read more »

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Q: if someone is supposed to go do 60 days can they ask for home monitoring instead and just do more time?

already been sentenced and pleaded guilty

Patrick Owen Earl
Patrick Owen Earl
answered on Aug 17, 2022

You needed to ask for this clarification at the time of sentencing because it sounds like the Judge sentenced this person to 60 days jail and so that is the way it is.

If there are circumstances that have changed that wasn't available to be talked about or discussed when it was done in...
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Q: Do I have a criminal or civil case? Officer did not act on my request for help, weeks later child killed someone.

Child has been sentenced for murder however I asked the police chief for help just weeks & days before my child commited murder. He conspired with my husband to keep it quiet about stabbing months prior & ignored my pleas for help.

I specifically told the chief that when the moms... Read more »

Eric Gene Young
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answered on Jun 23, 2022

Unfortunately, as upsetting as this must be, the facts you described are not likely to constitute either a civil or criminal matter for you. On the civil side, law enforcement officers in federal actions are entitled to qualified immunity which shields them from liability unless they knowingly... Read more »

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Q: Can a judge grant a deferred prosecution for multiple unrelated charges that occurred on different days?

Criminal history.

Assault (M) reduced to Harassment 1. 2019

DUI 2020

Current charges.

2 counts assault (m)

DUI that occurred 7 days after the assault.

Driving without a license.

Driving without an IID.

Stan Glisson
Stan Glisson
answered on May 31, 2022

Talk to your lawyer to confirm, but with those facts it sounds like they can be included in a single deferred prosecution. "Separate offenses committed more than seven days apart may not be consolidated in a single program." RCW 10.05.010.

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Q: Does NCF Final mean there’s no charge and won’t ever be a charge?

Court never saw and individual while they were in jail. They had a court date and never were seen. We’re released and disposition said NCF final on the website. Does that mean there’s no charge and the individual won’t be called back in at a later date into a municipal or district court for a... Read more »

Patrick Owen Earl
Patrick Owen Earl
answered on May 20, 2022

What this means is that for now, the matter isn't charged. It has been stopped and the State is investigating it further to determine if they have more potential evidence against this person to file the charge. If the underlying charge is a misdemeanor level case, they have a year to file... Read more »

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Q: Does NCF final mean that An individual is not being charged does that mean they won’t be called into court again later?

Someone I know was arrested and the next day was suppose to go to court. They were never seen and let go with no paper work. Disposition on the website said NCF FINAL. Does that mean they are not being charged. Also if it says final does that mean they are not going summon them back for a trial? I... Read more »

Stan Glisson
Stan Glisson
answered on May 20, 2022

It definitely does not mean that a charge could not be filed in the future. If the prosecutor gets more information or a follow up report, they can change their mind and file until the statute of limitations has run out. That is at least one year, but more for most crimes.

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