Nothing prevents a probationer from filing a motion and requesting early termination of probation. Without more facts, it's impossible to know if you have a good argument for early termination. You should consult with your attorney.
Even after seeing the security footage of me being assaulted with a 3ft pry bar. (My neighbor tried to hit me (3 times) while on the top of a ladder.) She wasn't taken to jail. Nor was I given a temporary restraining order. Even though I asked for one. This person has been harassing, stalking,... Read more »
You might want to get a Civil Harassment Restraining Order in place. You can hire an attorney , go to your local legal-aid, or get the forms in a packet from the superior court civil clerk in your county. Judicial Council form CH-100 starts you in the right place. You don't need a lawyer to do...Read more »
My boyfriend, who is still my boyfriend, got drunk one night. We had plans but he blew them off so I locked him out. He was always leaving his key at home. He told the police that I beat him up and even though he was highly intoxicated, he had a buddy of his backing up his story. This particular... Read more »
I live in Arizona so I have not been able to get in touch with him . I looked up his information online and found that they are holding him on several charges. I would like to inquire about your services and get a quote on how much it would cost to take on this case.
I was using fence post pounder to drive a pole into the ground. Straddling the top of a 6ft step-ladder. I saw the 3ft Pry-bar, out of the corner of my eye. blocked her first swing with the pounder, and the second as I was going down the ladder, I ducked the 3rd swing. The Lassen Co. Sheriffs have... Read more »
I walked my probate attorney's office explained to him that I had evidence that the Administrator of my father's estate had a fraudulent credit card in my mother's name. That her and her lawyer where trying to steal most of my inheritance. I handed him $7500, requesting him to have... Read more »
If they obtained a warrant, they can use whatever they find. There are other evidentiary issues, but in general whatever they find can be used. Your attorney can, however, still look at whether or not the warrant should have been issued.
The best way forward is to retain an experienced and ethical criminal defense attorney and then appear on the warrants. Whether or not you will be taken into custody primarily depends on the nature and circumstances of the offense and your personal history and characteristics.
My cousin is a psychopath I’m at my wits end having to deal with him being on drugs we believe heroin he cares for absolutely nothing or no one he’s dangerous I called the cops on him after he and his girlfriend also underage were fighting and screaming in the apartments besides this cousin I... Read more »
My items were burglarized, and i located them at a pawn shop, but i dont have the money to buy them back. They gave the THIEF ( im not calling them a defendant) thousands and the pawn shop is requesting i pay. I obviously want to prosecute, so does this mean i can get my belongings back without... Read more »
I don’t have an attorney, this is the very first criminal charge I have ever had. I don’t have any information On the other party whatsoever. What can I do? I plan to fully dispute these bogus charges..
I am working on a podcast. Append: Can Brian Laundrie communicate to his parents LEGALLY through his attorney while on the run? I heard conflicting answers. Also, is the attorney legally accountable for letting LE and FBI know Laundrie has been in communication with them?
He doesn’t respond to calls or emails. Doesn’t explain anything. Didn’t try at all. Works for prosecutors and always wants to represent me without me there and is making me take a deal I don’t want saying it’s the best deal. I am lost and have heard from lawyers in his office that he is... Read more »
Keep studying. If you do, you will find that one can never lose their constitutional rights. They might be diminished if you go to jail or prison, or other similar circumstances, but a U.S. citizen maintains her civil rights right up to death.
If someone went on a high speed chase with people in the car who consented to running from the police but then when caught accused the driver of forcefully holding them captive. But the victims not refuse to testify again the person in a criminal court,can the charge be dropped
let me know when the case went to court and sent me a restraining order. My advocate no longer works there and the next thing i get is another restraining order in the mail.So i look on line and find out the case has been completed with a plea deal to a misd. 245. After I talked with the Da he... Read more »
The District Attorney's office represents the people, not you individually. They do not protect your personal rights, that is up to you to protect on your own, with your own lawyer. You can also sue the wrongdoer personally, if s/he caused you injury, damage, loss or harm. You need to find...Read more »
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