Inmate NEEDS supervision reinstated. It would have been granted but Board said Inmate WAVED- Inmate did not intentionally WAVE- He was misinformed when signed paper. What can inmate do now to get RELEASED?
Thank you for your question, but I'd need to clarify some of the finer points to give a more accurate answer. First, was this a revocation hearing to revoke probation? If so, what type of probation? Also, I'm interested to know more about the board that said that rights were waived and...Read more »
One month I didn't check in because I was kicked out of my place to stay the next month I was in process of homeless assistance and trying to get a place before I spoke to my probation officer so I didn't get violated and when he went to old residence I wasn't no longer there now I... Read more »
There is not enough information here to give you exact information. However, if you are facing current charges and a warrant was issued for your arrest due to a failure to appear, you could face arrest and revocation of your release conditions. If, on the other hand, you have not checked in with...Read more »
I was aon probation at 19, it lasted 18 months. I'm 30 now and was told when done with probation I could petition to have my felony dropped to misdemeanor but my probation fees have gone to collections now. Do I pay or can I petition without paying. I should add I did not just choose to not... Read more »
The answer is, it depends on what is in the plea agreement. Is there language in the plea agreement that requires the fulfillment of all of the conditions of the sentence (this is known as "earned misdemeanor language") or is the plea agreement silent to this effect? The statute for...Read more »
You are entitled to representation. You are NOT entitled to different representation because you do not approve of the representative provided to you. Your option is to find a way to pay for private counsel. Otherwise, your lawyer is your lawyer unless a conflict of interest arises (conflict of...Read more »
They entered the yard handcuffed him at 10am searchead his home and found his safe broke into it found drugs and money and arrested him and served him aearch warrant at 120 pm while already in jail is that even ligal i thought you needed a warrant to search premises and their body cams were off... Read more »
Generally speaking, the government needs a search warrant to search your home. There are some exceptions such as exigent circumstances or imminent danger. You indicated that they served a warrant him later in the day. What really matters is when was the warrant issued by the Court. Again,...Read more »
I was getting a ride from acquaintance . I was sitting front passenger seat of a mini van.
I just got into the vehicle not only two miles down the road the cop pulls him over for making an illegal turn. The vehicle ended up being searched and the cops found a bag carrying illegal... Read more »
If so, where is the case law that I can use in a motion to dismiss?
In a domestic violence case, I was basically wanting to have my ex served and out of my house, I put a restraining order that was not yet served 2 weeks prior. I called 911 twice that night , the cops showed up, my ex was... Read more »
No. Proving they have a motive to fabricate is a credibility issue that can ONLY be resolved at a trial. What you describe is something where a judge is going to need to hear and receive evidence from both of you before it can be decided.
A Motion to Dismiss is only appropriate where there...Read more »
You would likely be charged with failure to control your vehicle (infraction) and leaving the scene of a property damage collision (misdemeanor). You will likely face a fine and a serious increase in your cost of insurance.
If so, for a someone who doesn't speak English or doesn't speak really well, would working on learning the language demonstrate good faith? Perhaps as a means to finding more work opportunity, for example.
I'm sorry to hear about your loss. My heart goes out to you.
Family law is not the right category for this question though. It better belongs to the criminal category, as the decision to press charges is ultimately up to prosecutors and somewhat to the police. Those of us who are...Read more »
If there are criminal charges against the assailant, you should talk to the victim advocate. A lot of times you can get release conditions (if not already in place) that will prohibit contact or harassment. If there is no criminal case you may be able to get some form of protective order such as...Read more »
Me and my Wife rent a room at her mother's for 800 a month, and always pay on time. Me and my Wife suffer from severe anxiety and her mom keeps racking on the door randomly waking up our child and shooting our anxiety through the roof. We have confronted her told her of our anxiety and to... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear of your situation. I'm sorry that your mother-in-law is not more sensitive to your needs. That is certainly a failure on her part on the human level. I wanted to give you the number for National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
I was 18 and homeless in 1996, cutting across an open parking lot (privately owned). A policeman said he couldn't stand us homeless (today I hold degrees in biotech, microbiology, and teaching) and I needed to leave town. He arrested me for criminal trespass. I was fed rotten green baloney and... Read more »
It sounds like what you are probably seeking to do is set aside your conviction. While this is not entirely what you are asking, it may accomplish your objectives. A set aside if granted will set aside the judgment of guilt and dismiss the complaint. You should consult an attorney to discuss...Read more »
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