In AZ I plead guilty for a diversion program, completed late. Conviction went in. As a result of miscommunication. I was told to appear in court 12 months from 10 26 15. I requested a extension a week prior and found out I had a warrant and court date was for 10/17/16. Judge accepted the late... Read more »
Based on your question, it appears you have a conviction now. Dismissing the PTR does not reverse the conviction. Instead, it just means that you are believed to be in compliance with probation and as a result the probation matter is (at least temporarily) not going forward.
You can not "drop" charges. Once the police are involved and the individual has been charged it is up to the State. You can tell them you do not wish to prosecute, but in the end it is the State's call how to proceed. In domestic violence cases, it is very typical that the victim...Read more »
My ex girlfriend ended our relationship a little over a week ago. Since then, she has consistently manipulated me emotionally in order to achieve selfish goals (sleeping with another man), and has gone so far as having successfully been granted an order of protection against me--which has stated no... Read more »
Res judicata is an affirmative defense that precludes a claim. It's unclear what effect you believe it will have on the competing orders of protection, but no, it won't affect the orders of protection nor the ability to obtain a new one once a current order expires.
The criminal implications of domestic violence makes this not a family law question. You'll need to ask a criminal attorney, but yes, cases closed or dismissed without prejudice can typically be reviewed and reopened for a certain period of time.
questioned me about him and his brother eventually leading to a detective coming and told me if I refused to talk to them or let search my house, they would arrest me for domestic violence is this illegal for them to come to my house for domestic violence and then bribe me to talk to them so they... Read more »
You have no obligation to talk to the police in a domestic dispute. The police must have probable cause to arrest you. However, they may have felt they had probable cause to charge you with a criminal offense (such as disorderly conduct) and will occasionally use the threat of an arrest to get...Read more »
I have a custody agreement with my son dad who has had no issues with before up until now. my son dad is involved with a gang affiliated married girl who has felony drug charges on her and is currently on probation and they both make threats. im... Read more »
If you can prove the threats, they may support a protective order. I'd be cautious about this, though. Please evaluate whether you truly think it's necessary because if it's found to be needlessly filed, you could be responsible for any costs (including attorney's fees) incurred...Read more »
I was 6 months pregnant and he pushed me to the floor. The police called the ambulance since I was pregnant. They saw I had a couple bruises on me and took pictures of them. I have proof those bruises are from the low blood cells I have. I tend to get random small bruises all the time. Myself and... Read more »
I was arrested on December 26th for Domestic Violence/Assualt/Recklessness and had a court hearing the following morning. The judge issued me a 250 dollar bond and another court date on december 31st. I went to court and my boyfriend told the prosecutor that he wasnt threatened by me and wanted me... Read more »
The police came to the house that night. His child had called the cops. His ex wife came to get the children and take them away from the scene. His daughter heard him hitting me. I had a split inside my lip but did not show the cops. I was afraid to report it at the time. I continued seeing him and... Read more »
Did you get convicted? If not, you still have the right to keep and bear arms, unless restricted by the terms of your release (assuming you were released on bail or something like that. Obviously if you are incarcerated you cannot possess a weapon there).
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal problem...Read more »
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