My husband was charged with AGG ASSAULT-ATTEMPT/CAUSE BI W/DEADLY WEAPON PURP/KNOW 3rd degree, POSS OF WEAPON FOR UNLAWFUL PURPOSE-OTHER WEAPON 3rd degree, and UNLAWFUL POSS WEAP - OTHER WEAPONS 4th degree. His first court date is June 20th and I believe its just for processing. We did speak with a... Read more »
It could help, it could hurt depending on what your write as for what you should write that would depend on the facts of the case. I suggest setting up a consultation with an attorney if you don't know how to write it or what to say but expect that attorney to charge you for his time and advice,...Read more »
But listed as felony with actually listed items valued at $1050.00 and she was only in a .motel room belonging to friend who had the stuff in motel room when police came to arrest that so called friend on child neglect charges and found stolen property they charged my kid too because the friend... Read more »
I inherited my mother's interest in a vehicle she owned with her sister (my aunt). I was told she had sold the vehicle and a recent check on car fax indicates that the title was transferred without my signature or consent on the title. Is this theft? I have read that she cannot sell without my... Read more »
Was there something out of probate court giving her authority to sign for your mother? Did she have a power of attorney signed by your mother giving her authority to sign for your mother? Did she forge the signature?
There are a variety of reasons that a insufficient indictment can be issued. One reason is that the evidence did not support the charges that the District Attorney presented for the indictment purposes. It also means that the case was not indicted and the DA cannot move forward (Unless they try...Read more »
I was arrested for these offenses also was in a vehicular accident, I’m curious on what the minimum charges could become when my court date arrives , the even took place in St. John Parish , Louisiana.
A second degree theft by deception charge has a presumption of incarceration for 5 to 7 years even for first time offenders. But a good lawyer may be able to reduce or elimate this for you so pick a good one to get the best results.
I got pulled over for expired tags. Police beat me up badly and didnt know my neighbor's cameras caught the whole thing. I didn't know I had a warrant and the police officer never mentioned anything about me having a warrant either. Now that I'm fighting the charges, they're trying to say that they... Read more »
You are right in that it does not make sense that they would find a warrant for you based on looking up someone else's license plates. There are a lot of different reasons police pull people over. Here, if the tags were actually expired, that is a legitimate reason. However, sometimes a police...Read more »
Daughters husband n family wouldnt let her leave w/ child husband assaluted her family ganged up on her I split them up family member hit a table. She Attempted to get EPO on my daughter. It was denied. It says she can file criminal charges. They made a comment on my page that we would be doing 2... Read more »
His children put them in foster care for the last 8 months. His public defender told him to pleaded guilty because his jury would be 12 old white men who don’t like people touching kids. Today he received a letter from a judge in Frankfort KY saying there’s no substantiating evidence and all... Read more »
We are making a new hire at our company, phone screened, interviewed and asked for references. While checking their social media and verifying some basic info online we found that she has some criminal cases online in San Diego, CA. We can't see the details, but would like to know if we can... Read more »
You cannot ask about or even perform a background check to find criminal convictions until after you have made a conditional offer of employment to the employee. At this point, you have already created possible exposure to the company by doing the light background work you have done because you...Read more »
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