It is impossible to say without additional information. This is also something that should not be discussed in an open forum. You need to stop looking for answers here and contact a tax attorney where attorney client privilege will apply.
Sorry but if you currently have a lawyer, you should not be discussing your case specifics with other lawyers and definitely not online. I suggest you set a meeting with your public defender and address these concerns with him/her.
It will not show up on a criminal history check through the CBI or the FBI because you were not arrested and finger printed. However, since it is active court case, a thorough background may disclose it.
It depends. In some circumstances probation is mandatory to ensure you comply with a treatment program, for example in domestic violence and DUI/DWAI cases. Be careful what you wish for though- I've seen this request made before and the judge put the person in jail for the maximum sentence which...Read more »
My Son, 18, is currently being charged with a class 3 Misdemeanor for property Damage under $200. The school is currently refusing to release the video and photo evidence. Wondering what my next steps are? What is the best way to pursue the charges?
Generally, when trying to gather evidence to support a defense it is best to hire an attorney who understands how to make demands for video and photographic evidence as businesses and universities are not necessarily required to provide it when asked. Attorneys work with investigators who...Read more »
I am sorry to hear about what happened to you. First, we always suggest contacting the police so that criminal charges can be pursued. From a civil liability standpoint, a lawyer would need to know more facts about how the assault happened to make any determination about a civil claim.
He has tried forcing himself on several employees while we are at work. He is generally intoxicated. There are several females involved and a few are willing to come forward. He was an ex-police officer. He has a lot of family in law enforcement.
You and others who have witnessed your boss' behavior should immediately report your boss's conduct in writing in accordance with your employer's policy for reporting such violations. If your employer does not have a policy, report the conduct to your boss' supervisor and to Human Resources in...Read more »
Yes, violation of bond conditions is a separate offense, even though it is related to the case you settled by a plea agreement. It may be that the plea bargain included an agreement not to file a bond violation case. You should check with your attorney or, if you did not have an attorney, check the...Read more »
I was sentenced to one year in jail with work release approved and given two days to turn myself in. I turned myself in and then waited in jail for 5 days until transferring to the work release facility. I contacted the sheriffs office because my MRD was wrong and they said I was correct and was... Read more »
If you were sentenced to 1 year in jail with work release authorized, and spent 5 days in jail before you entered the work release program, that 5 days jail will count against the 1 year sentence. If something else is going on with the judge's order, you need to appeal the decision. If it was a...Read more »
I have a day off for a dr appointment the following week of my next scheduled court date. I attempted to find a dr appt for the same date but was unable. I am sheduled for a prelim or disposition hearing the week prior to the dr appointment.
Can evidence be suppressed when cops find lrg capcty mag in a closed box doing invntry 2 tow?Following an at fault accident I wanted to go over to check the people in the car I hit, I was getting out of my truck but this guy is blocking my door "stay put budy, stay put". He wouldn't let me out of... Read more »
They need a valid arrest to search the car. Once they arrest you, they can inventory the car to make sure they document everything in there to keep it safe. This is going to be a very fact intensive suppression issue.
Depends on their circumstances. Sounds cruel and unusual, but what do they say is the reason they did it? and then what are your damages? It's not something that will just get a criminal case thrown out since it was post-arrest.
3rd Degree Assault requires physical contact which causes bodily injury to another. The act which causes the contact is must be done knowingly or recklessly. The bodily injury part of the offenses is satisfied if the physical contact causes any impairment of the victim’s mental or physical...Read more »
There was a dispute at a bar, I was severely intoxicated, detained and ended up with an interference with govt property charge. This happened before I moved to CO. I work at the airport and just lost my security clearance until there’s a disposition and have to go back to Georgia, which I can... Read more »
If I understand you correctly, you were charged in Georgia. If that is the case, you should direct this question to attorney in Georgia. Colorado and Georgia law unlikely to be the same in your situation.
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