If you satisfactorily prove that you were not read your Miranda rights, any statement you may have made to police after you were arrested ought to be excluded from evidence at your trial. It does not affect the lawfulness of your arrest or whether you will be found guilty based on other evidence...View More
Court records prove the clerk received my complaint with IFP fee waiver 7 days before the deadline. The filing was delivered to the judge who held it 4 days past deadline then granted IFP and dismissed it for being filed late. He opined it was my responsibility to ensure it was filed on time. On... View More
I know they are a couple different ones but representing yourself shouldnt you have the right to speak on your own behalf? A motion was filed with accusations, i didnt see anywhere that it may have said it was Ex parte? So if I go shouldnt i be allowed to speak at the motion hour before the judge... View More
I served almost 5 years in prison, won an appeal, it went back to circuit court. They give me a lesser charge. Offered me 3 years at time served. I accepted, & then was made to do 3 years probation. With only a few months left of probation, my Probation officer looked into my file, noticed I... View More
In a residence he is in, but doesn't own that is occupied by others who aren't felons? Riding with someone who isn't a felon? In the home he shares with his son who is not a felon? How far does the unconstitutional nonsense infringe on the freedoms of others? Should he be wearing a... View More
All of the examples you gave could qualify as a felon in possession under the statute. Not saying that’s right but that’s the current state of the law. Have you considered expungement as a possible solution to your problem.
Went to big name store to cash check made to me on behalf of child..the check was from the store claims dept. was told couldn't cash until certain time but they were obviously open..and they are a big corporation..also the check is not large...the check had 1 letter misspelled in my last name... View More
The court appointed attorney for defendant was not present during the felony preliminary hearing. Due to death of mother apparently. Another attorney was sent from same district. Defendant was not allowed to speak with attorney who was present prior to or after proceedings. Original court appointed... View More
It is not illegal although it may be ineffective assistance of counsel. Ask your attorney to meet, get all the details and then make a motion to have another preliminary/probable cause hearing before the grand jury indicts.
I had a verbal agreement with the lady that if the person running downstairs did not want the unit she would let me remodel it . She didn't want him to back out of the lease for $3,400 a month so she gave him a key to my apartment and let him proceed with getting me arrested six times in 22... View More
If someone is convicted of crimes committed on federal property in the federal court in DC, can they also be tried under DC’s local jurisdiction for crimes not covered by federal law but covered by DC's local law? Or would it be double jeopardy?
CPS lied literally lied in court concerning the entire petition. I've never been in trouble before yet they gave temporary custody to my ex whom has been banned for 6 months once from the kids he's Ben in jail alot as to rehab yet I've never been n jail never failed a drug screen but... View More
Just found out that an investigation has been opened and I have been summoned to court over a active chfs case in Kentucky that was alleged against my fiance dropping my son off and my neighbor finding him sleeping behind a dumpster as a neglect and abuse case. However my neighbor, has been adamant... View More
My case has been frilious and I've had my constitutional rights violated throughout removal, Evan before. Depndecy, neg.,abuse trail court I was appointed counsel w out my knowledge. Court automatically bias by not giving me the opportunity to hire a private attorney. I was denied to hire... View More
I filed an appeal in a KY Circuit Court from an agency. The complaint was received 7 days before deadline and given to the judge. The judge held the document until it was 4 days late then dismissed for being filed 4 days late. The clerk did not file the case on arrival as required by KY law and did... View More
If your guns were confiscated as a result of a domestic violence protective order (DVO), the recent decision in the Eastern federal court regarding gun confiscation in DVOs may affect your ability to retrieve them. You may want to consult with a lawyer familiar with the specifics of your case and...View More
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