You should contact a few criminal defense attorneys in your area and consult with them----- you do not mention the age of your daughter but one of the things you want to do is ask about their experience in handling matters in Juvenile Court as well as the possibility of this matter ending up in...Read more »
A civil suit cannot be converted to a criminal suit---that said, if there's probable cause and/or a belief that a crime has been committed based on the underlying facts in a civil matter, then it's possible that the District Attorney could start a and file a criminal bill of information....Read more »
You should consider requesting early termination of supervised release—which is what I believe you mean by “federal probation,” as the health issue requiring you to possess a medical cannabis card is likely a “new or unforeseen circumstance,” that makes early termination appropriate when...Read more »
I signed over custody of my baby girl to my friend for a year. Somehow she ended up with a broken leg at 3 months old. who I thought was a friend lied about taking my baby to the hospitol I have all text to prove it so how did they areest me for cruelty to a juvenile and now I have cps taking me... Read more »
This is why you should not represent yourself and instead get an attorney. If this is a criminal matter, then you can ask the Judge to appoint an attorney to represent you----the Judge will ask you a series of questions to see if you qualify and if so, he will appoint an attorney. if this is a...Read more »
This is the criminal statute for cyberstalking. If you are found guilty of crime then it goes on your criminal record and you would be sentenced at the discretion of the Judge. In this instance, this crime (cyberstalking) is a misdemeanor, as opposed to a felony, but misdemeanor sentences can...Read more »
My significant other and I were arrested on August 8, 2020, for a supposed warrant for felony cruelty to a juvenile. We were both incarcerated for the next seven days until my boss, at the time, bailed us out. We are still both puzzled as to how and why this occurred, in the first place. We were... Read more »
If this happened in Louisiana then you should ask an attorney licensed in Louisiana. This website shows questions to attorneys based on the location of the person who asked the question. Since your question is from Friendswood, TX, the question is presented to attorneys in Texas. It might be a...Read more »
He was only granted the time from his revocation hearing till now. Not including the time he served originally when he was arrested and bonded out and all the time he was held on that docket for revocation hearing. He served all the time. What steps do we take to get his corrected time credited?
Hire a lawyer who knows how to do this---that means generally a criminal defense attorney, especially one who is familiar with post-conviction relief and more importantly the prosecutor and sentencing judge. Depending on things, and if what you state is accurate, you would want to consider the...Read more »
The police stopped my son and the car was the passengers car. The guy in the back set they let go but they found a pill and lean in the car which belonged to the passengers uncle. A gun was found and the police put the drugs and drink charges on the driver
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