My sister and I own a house that was our mons. I was recently arrested and charged wirh meth possession charges and a paraphernalia charge for things found in my yard of this unoccupied house that I own with my sister. It was searched because of a separate crime the cops r trying to charge me... Read more »
With the facts you mention, it would seem odd that you were arrested. Perhaps there are other issues going on? Either way, you were charged because the police believe you to be involved. The prosecutor is obliged to give you a copy of all the documents and facts that will be used against you....Read more »
If they were given permission then it would not be a crime. If permission was revoked and communicated to the person borrowing the car that is an unauthorized use charge or a theft of property charge based on the circumstances.
Was recently visiting a friend home when police came to arrest him. My friend ordered me to be quiet and to not answer the door.when please got the door open they charge me with obstructing goverment operation? With it not being my home and me instructed by the home owner not to open the door... Read more »
You need to talk with a lawyer. You could go to prison from one year to several years. Being revoked means you did not follow the Court's orders regarding your probation. Your question is very broad. We need to know where the case is, the Judge's name, your charges, your name, the specifics of...Read more »
My sister got a delivery charge, due to the affidavit she was caught on tape.. her public defender says he saw the video but the only way she could see it for herself was to go to trial and would lose her chance to take a plea. Is this right?
Well, gun rights are sort of tricky in Arkansas and some states. The statute of which you speak is drugs. You are probably eligible to have your record sealed. It sounds like your record has been sealed. If so, you can vote and don't have to admit that you have ever been arrested. After you...Read more »
To have your gun rights, there are a couple things required:
1) You must have your record sealed. A Battery III can be sealed five years after you are finished with probation, payment of fees, restitution, costs, etc. Don't bother filing anything with the Governor or ACIC until the time...Read more »
I pled quilty in 2008 for felony of poss controlled substance and manufacturing ...no prison time 5 yrs probation and I went to 90 day drug rehab I've done the 180 program I've not been in any trouble since aside from a speeding ticket is there any chance of restoring my right to bare arms gun... Read more »
Perhaps. A mental evaluation is ordered for a defendant when the Judge, your lawyer, or the Prosecutor believe you may not understand the gravity of the situation. In Arkansas, to be fit to stand trial is a fairly low burden. The defendant must 1) understand the charges against him and 2) be...Read more »
This is a criminal law question. Your lawyer will be the prosecuting attorney in the county in which you live. You should start out by calling your local police department and making a complaint. You can also call the prosecutor directly. They have wonderful people who have been trained on how...Read more »
I am the victim I believe he is remorseful. And I believe he would be a law abiding citizen. How can I get an early release for him.my heart go out to him,two lives are wasted, my son and this young man. I am using my own money for an attorney for him. What can I do?
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