If you have a bench warrant / warrant / warrant for failure to appear in court.. and you sign up for a public defender at the district court commissioners office what do you do if the police come to arrest you or can they. do you gave them a copy of the commission's document regarding the... Read more »
If there is a warrant for your arrest, I do not think that your application for the public defender will make any difference to arresting officers. If the PD obtains an order recalling the warrant for you, you should keep a copy of that order, and show that to any arresting officers.
It varies. Technically, the State's Attorney's Office has 15 days (plus 3 more days if the motion is mailed to them) from the date the motion is filed and served to file an opposition to the motion, so the court is supposed to wait the response time--or until the opposition is filed if...Read more »
However, he was not put on the deed then or ever. Only myself and girlfriend were on the deed. I was hesitant in buying the house this was as I didn't feel like I was buying the house and didn't have the pride in buying my first home myself. Plus, I did not qualify for the first time home... Read more »
Hire a Maryland criminal defense lawyer for the Maryland charges, and that lawyer will contact the prosecutor's office to see what their intentions are and whether the process can be speeded up or, potentially, if they are willing to drop the charges altogether and release the detainer....Read more »
Every envelope on the outside in bold all caps red letters read the following, "DELINQUENT NOTICE, PAY IMMEDIATELY OR FACE POTENTIAL UTILITY TURN OFF". One month I finally opened one and there was a substantial amount due because she had not been paying the bill. This similar thing... Read more »
To recap, you need to review the real documents with a real lawyer. And, the next time you "signed a document her Father wrote that stated my signature signified I was off the deed" without reviewing it with a lawyer, you'll get exactly what the document might or might not say. What...Read more »
The standard on the water is a different one than applied on the nation's roadways with motor vehicles in terms of constitutional law elements. The U.S. Coast Guard has broad powers to board vessels. Good luck
The judge denied a motion to "suppress all evidence relating to a confession made before being Mirandized" but is on record granting the motion for the defense. It seems the judge was being sarcastic when granting it and actually intended to deny it. The defendant was later found guilty.... Read more »
Can You File A Motion To Modify A Court Case Filing Date. Or Can It Exist In The Existing Motion. Example 1. ....The Motion Was To Be Filed On January 01 2020 But It Was Filed On January 01 2022 ( A Motion To Correct) (A Motion To Correct Such Things) Example 2. Hebrew Calendar 5781 Gregorian... Read more »
No. The date of filing is the date the clerk stamped it received in the clerk's office of the appropriate court. A judge cannot alter by motion, order or otherwise the filing date. There may be an order granting a motion to excuse a late or untimely filing, but that would depend on the...Read more »
Adverse possession is a civil legal concept. In Maryland, it is an inchoate claim that must be brought in court. Once all elements are proven, a court may grant possession and authorize recording of an instrument that includes the possessed property.
We have a friend who is at high risk of suicide. She was just released from a county detention center because of a violent altercation with her family during the suicide attempt and is legally obligated to receive an ankle monitor tomorrow.
We plan to transport her to the ER to be admitted... Read more »
If she is on pretrial release, she would run the risk of being revoked, and possibly charged with other offenses. Under the circumstances, you should coordinate closely with pretrial services and the court, and follow their guidance.
Yes. All criminal offenses are entered into an FBI nationwide database. It’s what is consulted for criminal background checks. All law enforcement agencies nationwide are required to put criminal charges and case dispositions into the database. The only way to remove a record is if the charge...Read more »
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