If a person has a bag of marijuana in their shoe and is stopped, how can they be charged with tampering? Wouldn't this fall under the category of if the officer does a proper search then they will find the item but if the item is already in the shoe, technically there is no evidence of... View More
If a person is stopped by law enforcement, and during a proper search, a bag of marijuana is found in their shoe, the charge of "tampering" may be applied if there is evidence to suggest that the individual attempted to conceal or hide the marijuana in a way that obstructed the search or...View More
If she's guilty, it depends upon what sentence the DA is offering in the plea bargain. Sometimes, it is better to not plead guilty even when you are guilty in order to be able to fully explain the circumstances of the offense, especially when the consequences being offered by the DA appear...View More
If your original case which was the basis for your deferred adjudication has been dismissed by the court, and you have no other Felony convictions, you are NOT a FELON and therefore have no legal impediment to obtaining a gun.
I am assuming there are no other cases against you and no orders...View More
The question is whether the complaint (the formal charging instrument) was filed with the court within the 2 year statute of limitations period from the date of alleged offense. Calling a lawyer would help. Good luck.
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I was at a complete stop when a truck hit me going 70 mph. I was injured cop asked me for my license which was in the car in hidden compartment. I had been given a nug (less then a gram) of weed, a grinder and a pipe the day before. I had it in my car because I was currently staying with a friend... View More
From the very limited info given, I must assume there was a Petition to revoke your probation. Once the State files a Petition to revoke your probation, the court can hold the hearing, allow a deal between the DA and the Defendant, or dismiss the petition and thus, dismiss the case.
You may be able to go to the State Bar of Texas website and do a search for attorney that have reported they are also licensed in Arkansas. You MIGHT be able to do the same thing on the Arkansas State Bar website.
I don’t have the money to fly to Oregon and get another lawyer to force him to refinance. I also learned he put the home in forbearance while the divorce was still processing. So now he has to either pay back 30 grand before he can refinance OR have me agree to sign papers to put that money on... View More
I don't know the specifics of the cases what I do know is that IN 2019 my boyfriend was charged with a thc vs in Freestone County He was given the option 8 years probation or 10 years, He failed a UA in 2020 for weed and was arrested for a revocation, HIs lawyer bonded him out and came back... View More
Criminal defense attorneys are not technically required to talk to anyone but the defendant. Cheap or court-appointed attorneys are often too busy to talk to the defendant's loved ones. You could hire a better attorney to replace the existing attorney and perhaps get better customer service...View More
My friend wants me to give them Bitcoin in order for them to buy drugs online. I will not ever see these drugs or partake in them, I would simply just give the money to my friend so that they can buy drugs online. Will I get in any trouble for doing this?
If you believe this person is a danger to himself/herself or others, you can request an involuntary mental health commitment. This process cannot adequately explained in this forum. Call an attorney in your area. Good luck.
Getting a dismissal in a case like this isn't about filing motions and forms. The most likely path to dismissal will require a suppression hearing, the success of which is likely to depend on legal technicalities regarding the stop, the search, the arrest, and the transition from a traffic...View More
they said no the cop said he sees and nugget of weed and that since they lied they nhad to search the car that was in the drivers sister name with insurance they driver is leagal to drive they search the car finds a glock 19 and some marijuana upon release they tell my son that his phones have been... View More
If contraband is in plain view of an officer, then that officer has probable cause to b perform a search. I cannot comment on why the officer seized cell phones. Your son should meet with a lawyer; I can't comment on the relationship you have with your son, but in my experience, what he...View More
I was pulled over for failure to display my front license plate - upon stop trooper asked if I smoked weed I said yes pointed to my pipe - then got out to get a leash from the trunk for my dog so he could search my car - I didn’t really give permission he just already was on it - so after... View More
Once the admission of possession of an illegal substance was made, the officer had a legal right to search your car. Whether the officer was going to "bust up" your car or impound your vehicle to perform an inventory search is speculation. Call your lawyer. Good luck.
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