I admitted to having a one hitter when asked to search my car. It was empty. I did not have any drugs or anything else on me. Do I need to worry about going back to jail at my court date? This is my first offense for this
It is a Class C Misdemeanor to be in possession of paraphernalia, which carries a possible jail sentence of 60 days. If you do not have an attorney, hire one or request a public defender. Depending on your history you may qualify for a Pre Trial Diversion.
If we're still waiting on the court ordered progress report, what does it mean when there's an entry with the court stating, that the State Filed Motion and then it says, Consent to Modification? The prosecutors are in agreement and are going to accept the modification on their we was just waiting... Read more »
My brother was modified onto home detention and cut his bracelet off and had been caught, the courts have not charged with an escape charge at his preliminary hearing, does this mean he will not get an escape chatge?
Arraignment was today where I pled not guilty for possession of marijuana less than 30g with prior. I have chronic pain and epilepsy. I want to move to Ohio or Illinois to receive medicinal marijuana treatment so I don't have to continue to worry about weed nazis.
No, a prosecutor is duty bound to turn over all evidence/discovery. If its exculpatory, the prosecutor would be committing a Brady violation and could be disciplined. Your attorney should compel discovery or bring it to the attention of the judge.
Substantive violations occur if you commit a new crime during the probation period. A substantive violation is something more than a breach of a probation condition that is a byproduct of the original offense. A substantive violation is a separate act that involves committing a separate criminal...Read more »
..I've been yanked around in court...and Eve. Charged with driving without ever reviewing a license...when I infact DO have them ,they r just suspended...I even took papers from the DMV stating I have them...and they don't do anything about it..You
first and foremost like to introduce myself my name is Angel I'm currently in South bend Indiana area someone can please give me some feedback it would be great do have some earn income saved up like to know prices please help somebody thank you very much and have yourself a good evening! today is... Read more »
He is currently serving for a driving on suspended and missed his first hearing. He helps care for my sons and works with me and I would accept full responsibility for any future court dates/fines he may face.
If you email a judge it is very likely the court will not respond or indicate that a non-party is sending correspondence to the court and the court will ignore the email. If you can afford an attorney you should hire one who can advocate for a bond and good resolution to the case. If you cannot...Read more »
I recently started a company with around $80K of my own money as a 65% partner. The partner of 25% bought things in the company name and my personal name without my approval saying she paid for these only to find out months later they haven't been paid for and they're in my name. I have several... Read more »
I think you meant that every time it's "unsubstantiated," meaning no basis was found for the charges. This is, unfortunately, something that happens from time to time. What DCS told you is generally correct, that they have a duty to investigate the charges that are lodged with them.
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