I was told I was in video with my boyfriend and another male commuting this crime. The detective who file for the warrant came to my house previously and I told him I did not do this crime and I was willing to give any evidence to prove this to be true I had an alibi. The detective accused me of... Read more »
It is difficult to answer that without more information. It will depend on the local practices of the prosecutors office and the particular court. However, if the person has no criminal history it is not likely they would go jail. Additionally, if this is their first offense they should consider...Read more »
The filing of the charges and the continued prosecution of those charges is completely the prosecutors choice. Victims Assistance from the Prosecutors Office should have contact with you where you can advise them of your position, however, it will still be the prosecutors decision to move forward...Read more »
I moved out of town for work.. After a year I moved back to Indianapolis just to handle the case and be done.. Ive had the same judge he didn't even like my public defender because she never show for court or come at the end.. I go to court every weds just to get continued. I'm tired and want this... Read more »
Both occupants were home when warrant was served for specific items to be obtained, but only one of the two received a copy. 11 days have passed and still no knowledge of what was removed from the home, but two specific items missing from home had nothing to do with the investigation. Feels as... Read more »
The Search Warrant should have a case number at the Clerks Office, the police would also file a Return of Search Warrant detailing the items removed. The return is to be filed in the same case as the search warrant
You can look on IN.Gov to see if there are forms or you can contact an experienced criminal attorney to file on your behalf. There are stringent time constraints and requirements that must be followed.
You went to court, told a judge that you committed the crime, you were found guilty and now want to tell them the truth that it wasn't you? You might be able to successfully appeal this, but you would have to show/prove that you did not enter into the plea voluntarily, that you did so under duress...Read more »
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