It is specific to the facts of his case. If the officers intended to arrest him and subsequently input the wrong information into the booking system, that will not be enough to get the charges dismissed by itself. However, if he was the wrong person and should never have been arrested, then...Read more »
You can always be charged, but whether the state can meet the factors required to convict you of possession with purpose is a different story. The statute contains very specific factors and their is a lot of case law that governs this area of the law. An experienced criminal defense attorney can...Read more »
I worked in a daycare passed a background and also am now working with a retailer that also did a background but now im looking at a better opportunity but I was curious if this charge could get in my way?
If you have completed all the terms of your sentence (done with probation, paid all fines, etc...) then you have the ability to seal the charge so it will not show up and hurt your job opportunities. You should talk with an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney and they can evaluate your ability...Read more »
This ultimately depends on the facts of the case, the court you are in and the prosecutor handling the case. However, in general, with the help of a good lawyer you should be able to avoid doing prison time.
Basically I got In a wreck a while back (was not at fault) and bought an insurance claim right after I got out of the car. The insurance investigator asked and I lied and said it was before. No money was ever given to me nor was the car fixed and I was making a statement that I wasn't trying... Read more »
As a general rule of thumb, yes, the court for one county can serve the warrant for the other and arrest you (to allow the transfer). It does make a difference if the warrant was from another state though since many states, including Arkansas, often don't arrest individuals appearing in their...Read more »
I stayed with the supposed victim for an extended period of time before openly admitting to law enforcement over phone contact of my welcomed return which was also my home,as I was the son and primary care provider to my mother in said household. Also, my mother is in irreversible dimentia. My... Read more »
Regardless if the contact is welcomed or not, a no contact order is a court order forbidding one to contact a certain person. Typically, a Judge views contact as contact regardless of the circumstances. However, a capable defense attorney should be able to bring the circumstances to the attention...Read more »
The question does not make clear whether you’re referring to a charge of being a felon in possession under federal law or Arkansas state law, but the standards for both are fairly similar. Whether in state or federal court, the prosecution would generally have to prove possession of the weapon...Read more »
Specifically, the felony charge of failure to keep records while maintaining a drug premises. I feel they're being abused and used as a way to give individual citizens multiple charges for the same simple possession offense
Get a lawyer who will answer your calls even on weekends. You will probably owe her some money and she wants to keep the horse instead of taking payment. My cousin is one of the top trainers in the mid-south. Her fee is $375 per month per horse. That would come to around $9,000 in your case. Since...Read more »
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