Zachary Divelbiss' answer There are two ways to deal with this. The first option is to go to court yourself and convince the judge to quash the warrant. Depending on the judge, they may take you immediately into custody and force you to pay the bond to be released. The second option is to hire a lawyer. A lawyer will be able to file the motion to quash without you having to go to court. Everything is still up to the judge. If you have more specific questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at Zach@Divellaw.com or...
Thomas C Gallagher's answer As far as trying to get the Judge to drop the no contact conditions and DANCO, with consistent effort you may be able to accomplish that. For a longer discussion of how, you may be interested in reading my blog article: How to Get Rid of a Domestic Abuse No Contact Order in Minnesota https://wp.me/pAFjr-7v . If he was found mentally ill it's possible the criminal charge may be dismissed (i.e., misdemeanor) or postponed until he regain competence after treatment. It would make sense in that...
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer If the nonviolent offense is a felony, or if conviction is punishable by more than 1 year confinement, then you are prohibited by Federal Law as a person under indictment per 18 U.S. Code § 922.
You should check with your criminal defense attorney in Louisiana to find out if there are any applicable rules for the Pretrial Diversion program or any applicable conditions of your jail release bond.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Review your custody order with your Family Law attorney. If you don't have a Family Law attorney then you should hire one because it will be cheaper in the long run than getting charged with a felony like kidnapping.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer DWI is a criminal offense so he should apply for a court appointed attorney. However, being found incompetent has other serious ramifications that he should discuss with his attorney.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Frankly, he could be charged with the murdering the Tooth Fairy. Any of us could. Ultimately, the question is whether the prosecution can prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
The fact that someone else confessed may help the defense, but not always. Some crimes can be simultaneously committed by multiple people.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer If the "sperm donor" is the biological father, and there are no court orders regarding custody, then your fiance needs to hire a local Family Law attorney with experience handling child custody and SAPCR cases.
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