It’s prohibited to convict someone of a inchoate and principal offense. What can I do ?
answered on Mar 19, 2021
Ultimately the answer is "likely nothing." The time to dispute the contents of a plea agreement is prior to entering the plea agreement. The Court takes a lot of time to ask a lot of questions on the day the plea is entered. Questions like: "Have you reviewed the agreement?"... Read more »
answered on Jul 2, 2020
Ordinarily, any appeal does not stay the judgment of the lower court, if this is what you're asking.
an investigator interviewed jury members as part of the appeal process, where jury members stated a judge had spoken to them during deliberations outside counsel and defendant, and stated that the trial atmosphere was intimidating as the trial was held in a prison in a makeshift courtroom, are this... Read more »
answered on Sep 9, 2019
Maybe. This is a highly technical area of State and Federal appellate law. Sounds like the Troy Kell case.
The judge addressed the jury during deliberations in a death penalty case without the defendant or his attorney being present. No notes were made in the trial transcripts of the judge ever talking to the jury members. A jury member stated afterwards that her mind had been made up after the judge... Read more »
answered on Sep 6, 2019
Yes. If the judge had a conversation with the jury off the record without defense counsel present, an appeal should be filed.
And i didn't give him no reason to pull me over or to search my car
answered on Mar 7, 2018
I believe your only asking the question because you received a ticket for something. Why did the officer give you a ticket?
answered on Jul 28, 2017
It depends on if it is out of justice or district court. Justice you will start over with a clean slate, district, you will still be on probation unless / until the court of appeals overturns the judgment.
on dec. 2, 2015 final p.c. my att. handed me a cd that he said he just got but has not reviewed, this is 2 business days before trial. i listened to it after court. this cd was from an interview of police questioning.there is info. on disc that was from co-def that i wanted to subpeona. the judge... Read more »
answered on Mar 29, 2017
Well maybe. That is a complex question. Your attorney should be able to help.
Unemployment. I need help but the only help that I see is in Salt Lake. Legal Services closed my case before the last step, but it is still pending until I complete this step. I cannot understand the legal literature speaking whatever.
answered on Jan 4, 2017
Depends on which court you are appearing in. There are companies that will do this for you. Search for Appellate Printer.
I was convicted of burglary my co-def. was in a relationship with the victim in this case. if she can beat this case, can I get my conviction reversed? there are a lot of detail not mentioned. I would have to write a novel. I can provide more info. at request.
answered on Dec 11, 2016
Once convicted your chances are miniscule of reversing it. Get in touch with a good appellate attorney for details.
He has gone to first judicial and the utah appeals court and now is telling me he will go to international court.
answered on Oct 22, 2015
You gave no facts and posted this quite some time ago. Do you have an answer by now? There may not be an international court that would actually have jurisdiction.
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