I was charged with a felony entering auto in 2009 and was tryin to get it taken off my record for a better job. I Was curious if it is something I could do on my own or If I have to get an attorney to do the process.
I would always recommend retaining an attorney for any criminal matter. An attorney will be able to draft the proper motion and prepare the proper arguments for retroactively treating your conviction under the First Offender Act.
I'm sitting in prison with life cause someone say I kick somebody in the neck and made them die from a UTI from a unclean catether cause they didn't chip on a fifth of liquor and they got me sitting in prison for something that never happened
Ineffective Assistance of Counsel is a common issue on appeal where the appellant (the one appealing the conviction) asserts that there is a high likelihood that the outcome at trial would have been different, but for the ineffective counsel. Your rights to an appeal are time sensitive so it will...Read more »
We had an administrative hearing and my ex lied about a check I deposited into his account for child support. The account later became a joint account but he removed $4000 to his personal savings account that I had no access to. He claimed we both used the $5500 but I found proof after the hearing.... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. You could search under legal aid and pro bono-related entities. Finding pro bono counsel could depend on the nature of the matter - organizations that offer their services in this area tend to apply guidelines in limiting...Read more »
The court appointed appellate counsel did not give an opportunity for me to address any issues with him, but there was a shoe print used to pu me at the scene but the shoe wasn't mine...it was a size 10.5, I wear a size 13. The discovery never was shared with me before trial. My cousin had to... Read more »
First, I am not a Georgia lawyer. That being said, your question does not address any res judicata matter. As for the withheld evidence certainly that is an appealable issue, and you should raise it on appeal.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. This is not an appellate law matter; it is a health matter that needs timely attention. Have them move you or repair the problem if those are the immediately available options. You could sort other issues out after...Read more »
First, I am not a GA lawyer. That being said, usually the clerk of the lower court sends "the record" to the appellate court. That is usually everything in the case being appealed--docket entries, pleadings, discovery, motions, transcripts, orders, etc. And generally, the party appealing...Read more »
If a party has appealed existing court orders (lost appeals, even GA Supreme Court) and has not paid a dime, at the contempt hearing, if the party is found in contempt, can they avoid jail by filing an appeal to drag the case out? What GA case law could be used to prevent appealing if indeed the... Read more »
We would need to know about the specifics of your case in order to provide you with guidance. You should consult with an attorney who can review the facts and provide you with guidance that is unique to your case. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
for trial in Georgia? What law and constitutional right was violated? He had charges in two counties for the same crime and have been sentenced in one of those counties. The lawyer was retained for both counties but did not do anything for the one that is ready for trial now, so he was fired. I do... Read more »
Your circumstances are unfortunate. More information Is needed before an accurate answer can be provided. It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible. It is I’ll advised to proceed without an attorney.
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I pled guilty to domestic violence SIMPLE BATTERY and in turn they dropped the mother of my childs DV battery to disorderly conduct after admitting hitting me . and in the police report she stated she was the obvious aggressor.
Now i regret it and want to know the process if at all... Read more »
More information is needed in order to provide you with an accurate answer. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case and provide you with a definitive answer.
We are glad to assist you. Contact us whenever you are ready.
More information is needed before an answer can be provided. It is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances. We are glad to assist you. Contact us whenever you are ready.
Your circumstances are unfortunate. There is more that is required to provide you with answer to what I gather is a question about appealing your conviction. It is best to contact an attorney who can discuss the specifics of your case.
We are glad to assist you. Contact us whenever you are...Read more »
How long does clerk of court have to transmit the records of appeal? Was told by clerk they don't have a time limit and they have to find someone to do a transcript? Been going to court from January - June. Finally got an order on September 12, 2019. An appeal was immediately filed to... Read more »
EX has appealed CS order and says he does not need to pay until appeal is decided. My attorney agrees and also that EX won't have to pay arrears if appeal is denied. How can this be true? Can he file appeal after appeal to avoid CS? How am I supposed to care for my son?
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