If someone was wrongly convicted and found evidence to prove their innocence how do you bring such evidence to the attention of the court ? This evidence was provided to the public and to the court who refused to address it ? Its concerning mmj red card plant counts .
You would need to file an appeal under Rule 35(c). If you are incarcerated, you should request an attorney to assist you with this. If not, you should consult with a private attorney because these petitions are very complicated and you will need detailed legal guidance.
My headlight was out and i got pulled over had to reach into my glove box to get my papers and my pipe was in there the officer smelled it and took it but never gave me a ticket but now i have to appear for court this don't seem legal
They don't have to issue a ticket right away. They can send you a summons and complaint later. This often happens in paraphernalia cases because they send the substance in for lab testing before charging someone. You should get a lawyer.
There has been no court date set. This has been a pending charge since February 2020. The court has offered me a disposed disposition for the citation. I have asked my attorney if they can move court date up, and they have not been able to assist me. I need the fastest solution possible; this... Read more »
Would your employer accept a letter from your attorney's office explaining that the prosecution has offered a dismissal agreement but it can't be processed while the court is closed for the COVID pandemic?
First and foremost, you are NOT allowed to consume legal cannabis in the following places: ANY public place or area; ANY location where tobacco smoking is prohibited; Within 1,000 feet of a school, etc. So the question becomes, where is this car? If on the street, probably not, as the street is a...Read more »
Hello I was arrested two years ago for possession of an assault weapon in ca. While serving time I. County jail I was pulled off to the side by a psychologist and a psychiatrist whom out of the blue told me I had schizophrenia spectrum disorder and put me on medication. I never showed symptoms of... Read more »
You say you have 25 deferred. Do you mean suspended? It looks like from the title of your question (by your use of 10/25) that you received maybe a 25-year sentence with the first 10 years to serve for trafficking marijuana, and you were paroled at some point while serving the 10 years, is that...Read more »
Even a valid medical marijuana card does have some limitations with regard to amount. Such as:
"Up to four ounces may be purchased per 30 days. The Department of Health may set limits on the amount of marijuana possessed, “provided that the limit is not less than a 60 days supply.”...Read more »
My son who s 16 was given a citation from a police officer for illegal weapon on the back of the citation it says you have been charged with a municipal offence and do you do not have to appear in court and the officer marked 1 charge 100.00. When I went to pay it they said the officer is new he... Read more »
General Sessions is not a Court of Record, and the Citations or Warrants can be amended or dismissed at anytime with new Charges being instituted. You might want to hire an attorney so this will be as painless as possible.
One thing you can do is ask your landlord to move you to another apartment. It would be at your expense. I suppose you've already talked to the neighbor, and he's refused to make accommodations for you.
What happened is he possessed a package with a controlled substance. This scenario is not as uncommon as you might think. The best way to address this situation is through a qualified and experienced lawyer. There may be other facts that you may not be aware of. Even if the marijuana charge is...Read more »
It’s very possible. While this falls under the “plain view” exception to a warrantless search, many counties in Alabama have a PreTrial Diversion program that allows for the dismissal of the charges once you complete the program. I’d find a good criminal lawyer and ask them about filing out...Read more »
I have never been charged with anything before. The judge told me I can plead guilty and receive a fine or plead not guilty. If I plead guilty do I automatically receive a fine or can I ask for a marijuana ACD? Do they offer it or do I have to plead not guilty for a marijuana ACD?
Purchasing marijuana is legal in the District of Columbia. What I'm guess you are asking is if you can bring it back into Virginia and possess it. Possession of Marijuana is not legal in the state of Va but it was just decriminalized - which make it a civil penalty of $25 for possession of...Read more »
I was a passenger in a car I was helping transport back to Texas that I was legally borrowing to do repairs to. The driver (I just met) was hired by vehicle owner to help me make the trip, and unbeknownst to me in possession of meth and a R/X pill/s (of which we were both charged because it was... Read more »
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