Your question is heavily fact-dependent. How and what was the police officer searching? What was the basis for a wellness check? Regardless, cops don't need to ignore things then in the open. For example, there would be no impermissible search required for the police to arrest someone when...Read more »
He has cut off a tether, broken a PPO order, multiple assaults , and always either gets probation or 30 days in jail, whats it gonna take to put this guy away for a while. Now he attacked a mentality handicapped guy and broke the mans arm, this is the same guy who had the PPO against him. Why is he... Read more »
Judges take a great variety of things into consideration - much more than just what violation was committed -- when sentencing. Also, the way the system works is that you get punished more severely as you continue to commit violations. He will probably get what he deserves this time.
I signed a contract with the individual that he would replace the fencing around my property. After the check cleared for the down payment, he has stopped returning my messages. What are my legal options?
Attempt to commit crime—Any person who shall attempt to commit an offense prohibited by law, and in such attempt shall do any act towards the commission of such offense, but shall fail in the perpetration, or shall be intercepted or...Read more »
The officer left out exculpatory information told to him by a witness. That witness was a confidential informant who wasn't named in the affidavit. The officer swore to the witnesses reliability . If what this witness said he witnessed is true. What my accuser alledges cannot be true.
My accuser alledges that I sold him methamphetamine in a camper trailer on the back of a piece of property. The informant ,who was conducting a controlled buy on my accuser, said my accuser walked down the driveway and stepped behind a shed and stood there the entire time .he said my accuser... Read more »
Perhaps one of the most common misconceptions, and hardest to convince clients of, is the fact that police reports are not evidence. At some point, if you go to trial, the prosecutor will need to have those individuals testify; your attorney might be able to ask them questions about the...Read more »
WHY IS HE STILL ON TO REPORT AND REGISTER. HE WAS ALSO TO BE A TEIR ONE BUT THAT NEVER HAPPENED. He was charged by my daughter-in-law with touching my granddaughter a week after we saw bruises on my granddaughters lower back and Justin asked his brother what happened and he told him that Kristy... Read more »
Your son needs to confirm his registration status, and should check his judgment of conviction to see what exactly he has. MSP just enforces what is court-ordered, so there might be a miscommunication or misunderstanding somewhere between what your son and the court think.
So my project is on changing the law that states You cant arrest someone without physical evedince I want to say the law is wrong what are 3 strong key points I could use? And how do you want your name in my paper?
I'm in the bedroom of a house. I know it's raining outside. I don't see you walk into the house, but find you in the living room wet. That's circumstantial evidence that you were just outside. Based on the circumstances (e.g. raining outside; you...Read more »
If I killed my friend everyone and everyone said yes yes she killed her friend she told me she was going to but there was no physical evidence and everything pointed to me why am I unable to be arrested
If the camera is on your neighbor's property and is not placed solely with the purpose to surveil purposefully you, then I think it's okay. A neighbor, for instance, would certainly be within their right to have a camera installed overlooking their backyard area even if it so happened to...Read more »
File a police report and see. Depending on what they find, they could recommend a number of criminal charges to the prosecutor, who is ultimately the decider of who gets charged with what. Your boyfriend may also consider applying for a personal protection order.
I was never convicted or sentenced to be placed on any probation. Though I was arrested for being at an after hours club along with several others. The small quantities of drugs discarded on the floor were never attached to anyone, and the arresting squad never showed up in court on the 2... Read more »
if a non-police sex preditor exposure group set me up with a sting can this info be used by police and DA to have me charged. in michigan. There was no real victim just someone pretending to be underage
Possibly. There doesn't need to be a "real victim" to bring charges. Police do these stings all the time. You should be doubly cautious because there are groups out there that will attempt to extort you.
He says something about family heritage and a lawrence treloar who I have never heard of and they need a beneficiary to claim his assets and ect... He said he was a hemp oil business man. Who inherited the business from his mother kate treloar
If you THINK it’s a scammer it probably is. The best course of action is to ignore it.
This one is a bit craftier than most as it appears they have picked the name of a real barrister from Britain, but if it smells funny you can always ask that they mail you something documenting their...Read more »
One of my special conditions of my parole states: "You must not apply for, possess or conduct any financial transactions by means of: a checking account, charge account, credit card, debit card, or other financial transaction device except a government-issued device in your name." What... Read more »
Looking at the terms of that condition, I can see where you could be confused. Best advice is to do exactly what you already did: seek clarification from your parole agent. Ultimately, they are the determining factor as to whether a violation occurs.
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