I have a deferred sentence and one of the conditions is no criminal violations. I recently got a penalty assessment for fishing without a license and have to pay $70. Will this effect my deferred sentence.
You would need to take a copy of the judgment to an immigration attorney for a full analysis, The wording of the specific statute under which you were convicted is important in making this determination.
You need a criminal defense attorney to handle the criminal charge. You will need an immigration attorney to represent you in removal proceedings if you are referred to immigration court. Your criminal defense attorney should consult with the immigration attorney to discuss immigration...Read more »
They are licensed in his name and we were both illegally incarcerated when this was done. The police came in unannounced and attacked my disabled husband with complete disregard for repeated statements about his medical conditions. We were refused medical treatment on video by the officer who... Read more »
This is not the type of question that can be answered without more information. I would highly recommend that you contact an attorney who handles these matters on a regular basis. In general, when a disabled person is incarcerated the police can impound service dogs unless the disabled person's...Read more »
The short answer is no. A deferred judgement is like a contract approved by the Judge. To modify the contract - such as shorten the term - the DA has to consent. The judge has no power to shorten the term without the consent of the DA.
Sometimes the DA will consent. Depends on the...Read more »
she let me borrow the car when I was down and out I was from Colorado on my way up to Montana and got stranded in Wyoming where she is from I didn't know her very well but she let me come to her house with her and her two kids and let me borrow the car she said as long as I need it I was going to... Read more »
It is possible the police will go with her story and come after you. My recommendation is to retain a lawyer and get ahead of this before you leave the state. Many will bury their heads in the sand and make th assumption it will all just go away. But her report that you took her are without...Read more »
Be careful posting things online because it could be used against you in court. That being said, if the guns were in your “control” (and “control” is defined pretty loosely), then the barge could be upheld and you found guilty. If the guns were not in your control, then you have a good...Read more »
Automatic protection orders are removed when a DV case is closed. The closure can occur via conviction, dropping of charges or substituting non-DV charges in a plea deal. If the protection order was separately claimed or modified by a court, the closing of a DV case may not remove the protection...Read more »
Depending on the circumstances it may be criminal. If the email was sent in a threatening manner, this may also be separate criminal matter. You will need to contact your local police if you feel a crime has occurred. Also, make sure to change all your passwords to your online accounts (esp. if the...Read more »
Contact a criminal defense lawyer. As a general rule, a felony (excusing treason, sexual assault, and murder) have a 3 year statute of limitations. If the person has left the state it is possible to extend the limitations by a maximum of 5 years. For a failure to appear the statute of limitations...Read more »
The general rule is that you qualify for a public defender if the potential prison sentence is greater than 1 year (there are some exceptions to this rule). As for the parole violations, most offenders qualify for a public defender for the hearing (check with the PD office to be sure). Note, a...Read more »
As a general rule, the verification applies to all items that were pawned. The facts and circumstances of the case may change the general rule.
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