I am not sure what they are trying to do to you now that you have completed your probation term. I recommend you contact me as soon as possible to best protect yourself from an more legal issues. Zach@Divellaw.com or 480-935-6545
This is a tricky question to answer because there are many specific things that can happen that need to be evaluated. However, the quick and simple answer is that as long as the police are conducting an investigation they are allowed to detain you. Now, there are other legal things to bring into...Read more »
Burglary in the 3rd degree is a class 4 felony. If the person does not have any prior felonies (among other issues) the range of sentencing is: probation -- 1 year -- 1.5 years -- 2.5 years -- 3 years -- 3.75 years. I cannot get any more specific in answering your question but if you know someone...Read more »
violent crime. In October she developed breast cancer and after eight months has not been started on therapy, she is presently at stage 3a. In similar cases as dire as this how can she get a earlier release or furlough to receive life saving care. her release date is Feb. 2020.
One of the best ways to see if someone has a warrant is to contact the Department of Public Safety at 602-223-2233. They will ask for your name and date of birth in order to look up if you have a warrant and will be able to tell you right then and there.
The answer is fairly simple however the process can be complicated. Essentially, you have to contact the MVD and have them provide you a copy of your driving record. You can typically do this online or in person. Then, on the report you will be able to see which court, if any, have a hold on your...Read more »
The short answer is yes. If the statute of limitations (the time frame in which the prosecutor must charge a defendant for a crime after commission of the crime) has not "expired" (the technical legal term is "run"), the prosecutor may charge a second defendant for the same crime. This often occurs...Read more »
If you have an attorney, you will want to ask your trial attorney. Ultimately, this is a tough question to answer because it involves going through the rules of evidence that us lawyers learn from law school and experience. Basically to use the body cam as evidence you will want to request the...Read more »
If you have an attorney, you will want to ask your trial attorney. Ultimately, this is a tough question to answer because it involves going through the rules of evidence that us lawyers learn from law school and experience. Basically to use it as evidence you will want to request the court clerk...Read more »
I'm writing a screenplay based on true events, and one of the crimes the main character commits is disinterring a body without a permit. He's not a family member. He's using the organs of the corpse to replace the ones in the body of a woman he murdered. So my full question is this: If a person... Read more »
A. A person shall not intentionally disturb human remains or funerary objects on lands, other than lands owned or controlled by this state, any agency or institution of this state or any county or municipal corporations within this state,...Read more »
They eliminated suspended license as justification for impounding a vehicle but a REVOKED license will still get the vehicle impounded. Since no license is equivalent to revoked, law enforcement will likely impound the vehicle. The registered owner can petition for an early release of the vehicle...Read more »
The short answer is "yes." Most courts will expect you to have completed all the requirements of your sentencing before considering a set aside but even that is not a hard and fast rule. I would imagine your chances of success would be higher if you HAVE successfully completed any jail time,...Read more »
My son is 15 He was released on intense probation to his father and now his father is saying he can’t live with me until he is off probation in a year. I wanted to know what my rights are. His dad has been gone for almost 2 years and just came back when my son got arrested.
You will need to check the Intensive Probation Order (IPO). The IPO is an order from the judge (or probation) that allows him to stay somewhere. This is not a decision from the father. You may be able to contact the judge or probation officer to have them allow your son to stay with you.
Since I cannot imagine you were placed on IPS for a misdemeanor charge, I will assume the conviction which landed you on probation was a felony. Previous felonies are one of the factors that a sentencing judge may consider when determining whether or not to hand down an aggravated sentence. Your...Read more »
I did call the police and showed the 2 officers that responded. They went to talk to the neighbor and then came back and told me to file a injunction against harrassment. They did not do anything to the neighbor that urinated outside. The front yard of the neighbor is open to a public road. They... Read more »
Can you videotape your neighbor in his front yard? Yes. The important question here is: would your neighbor have a reasonable expectation of privacy in whatever location you are filming him in? If the answer is no, as it appears to be here, then you may capture video without breaking Arizona...Read more »
Your question is in criminal law but there is no plaintiff in criminal law. Without any further information, it seems there would definitely be a conflict if a city attorney were representing a civil plaintiff against a city employee but that conflict could likely be waived by the plaintiff. I...Read more »
Maybe. If convicted of any criminal offense, jail is always a possibility. It depends the the criminal conviction. For some crimes, jail or prison is mandatory. For some offenses, such as a first time conviction of the personal use of an illegal drug (except methamphetamine), probation is...Read more »
Yes. If the state identifies three separate victims or three separate instances, they will file a charge for each. If found guilty of multiple counts, the judge can run the sentences at the same time or one after another.
No. This is an invasion of your right to privacy and your rights as a tenant. If you can afford a retainer you should probably hire an attorney. It may be difficult to find an attorney who will take this case on a contingency basis but it is possible. If you have limited income you may qualify for...Read more »
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