Since you are currently serving a sentence, Conditional Discharge, and part of that sentence if for you to not violate any laws, driving on revoked license will be considered a violation of your Conditional Discharge. Since you violated your sentence be picking on a driving on revoked, the...Read more »
I assume you mean County. The Bond money will be forfeited when a Judgment is entered. This usually happens about 30 days after the warrant is issued and the Judge enters an order forfeiting your Bond.
It means just what it says. The prosecutor filed a motion to increase or modify your bond, so you should be prepared to address it when you are in court. You should notify your attorney right away. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away.
No. You may not contact the judge. It is extremely inappropriate.
If you're the one accused and you are asking to have someone's letter on your behalf not be considered by the judge, you're going to have to talk to your attorney about it. If you're representing yourself, stop what you're...Read more »
I got a DUI a couple months back, and the judge gave me a plea deal which would make my charge a misdemeanor. Whenever I got the DUI, I didn’t have my license at the time. I did not know that I had to have a clean drug test to the court before a month in advanced, and there was still marijuana in... Read more »
The judge does not make charging decisions or downgrade or upgrade charges. That is up to the prosecutor. Since it sounds like you violated the terms of the plea, all bets are off. They can if they wish upgrade it but are not required to do so. You should find a private lawyer or if you cannot...Read more »
No, the accusation does not get erased from their record. Their arrest record remains in public view and a matter of public record until the person arrested takes steps to have their record expunged. Good luck.
I have a brother incarcerated and trying to fight his case...he got shot by an officer on that night in the leg thru the back. he needs information that can help him out. This case happened in 2005. Someone mentioned www.chicagocopa.org, would like to know where to find something that will help in... Read more »
What Can I do about her citations for disorderly conduct and unlawful consumption of Alcohol. By the time I got to the Police Station she had admitted to drinking Her and the officer Had cussed each other out And I was so mad about her drinking and her being disrespectfuI didn’t realize What was... Read more »
Hello, I have a court date for 4 misdemeanors from one night. First, Criminal Damage to Property, where i shattered a small residential window home. Second, Tampering with motor vehicle where I attempted to punch a car window but no damage was done. And the 3rd and 4th being resisting a peace... Read more »
I would want to see the court records before giving a final opinion. By court records, I mean the records from the actual court file. You don't indicate from what you are reading from. Computer entries on the internet from the jail or the clerk's office are not a substitute for the actual court...Read more »
On November 13. 2018 I was involved in a domestic situation. The police were called and I made my report. The next day (November 14 2018) I went and got a order of protection that was granted. That same day the other party involved went and made a report on me and had a friend that sat In the car... Read more »
You need to discuss this with your attorney. Your attorney is the only one with all of the needed information in order to address your concerns. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away.
First, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney to assist you with the pending Dom. Battery matter. The sooner you hire an attorney the better. Second, you also need to hire a family law attorney to assist you with the divorce matter.
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