I know this person. He comes from a family of law enforcement and he himself, is a CO. He sent me a picture and they looked good so it didnt cross my mind that could be fake nor would I think he would sell me fake shoes. After I inspected the shoes I realized they were fake and asked where he got... Read more »
It depends on the degree of the charges which you have not indicated, but generally 2nd degree carries 5 to 10 years in jail with a presumption of incarceration even for first time offenders. For third degree charges your looking at 3 to 5 years and for 4th degree (doubt your looking at that low)...Read more »
Court date and he didn't. He didn't have the 100$ and then she put out a warrant wit a bail of 1002$. The judge held the bailbondsman original bail and was ordered to pick him up in philadelphia and this is nj where all this is taken place can they even accept him at the jail for this
Your charges could be up to a 1st degree which means easily 20 years in jail. Generally they are not so he/she is looking at probably around 5 to10 years with a second degree charge and with a good lawyer generally less. When you have a Heroin distribution case which this sounds like in a school...Read more »
Yes they can do it but it's not normal and not the proper way. You may want to consider a consultation with a lawyer but since you don't have any charges pending at this point expect that lawyer to charge you a fee for the consultation since you are seeking legal advice and not representation.
Yes you should always retain a lawyer when facing a criminal charge. If you are undocumented, the stakes are even higher. There have been stories about ICE showing up to courts. I cannot predict if you will have issues if this is a first offense. I would retain a criminal lawyer and recommend...Read more »
Potentially you could be charged. It depends on all of the attendant circumstances. Scheduling a consultation with an experienced defense attorney will assist you in understanding whether or not you are likely to be charged.
i have text messages from one of the persons listed as a co conspirator, asking my daughter to go out and eat..when she showed up they trashed a building and then were questioned by police. She went out thinking she was going to dinner not breaking into a building. plz help
It is my first ever arrest. I offered to pay five times and tried to show my receipt and the fact that there were items in my bag previous to me entering the store. Should I get a lawyer? They removed everything from my bag and says it stolen, they wouldn't verify the items or ring them up in front... Read more »
Yes you definitely need an attorney. Obviously you've tried to explain this first to the store then to the police that's two people what makes you think that you would do any better with the third person the judge. Get yourself a good lawyer. Most of us shoplifting attorneys offer a free in...Read more »
Yes your cleaner should definitely speak with an attorney before speaking to the police and probably even hire one. The minimum theft charge has up to 180 days in jail and $1,000 fine plus it can be a removable or deportable offense for an immigrant. Thus make sure she gets a good lawyer that...Read more »
My wife started receiving calls and texts saying I was cheating with this person for 2 week's straight all day and night from numerous numbers blocked numbers etc... so one day after work my wife, daughter and I took a ride somewhere and another text with my car in my parking lot at home came in... Read more »
We are not permitted to solicit business on this site. So you need to look around and contact lawyers that interest you. Many cases are filed and a great many are shams. My firm recently represented a Giant's player who was accused of domestic violence and we were able to have the TRO dismissed....Read more »
The answer depends on the degree that you were charged with as it ranges from a 2nd degree crime to a possible disorderly persons offense. A lawyer would need to see your charges, but here are the different penalties you may face:
Second degree hindering apprehension: punishable by jail...Read more »
He did not have employment like he told me so he knew he would not have the rent when he signed. He has a history of bad debt, judgements for non payment, jail for check frauds, etc. Is there anything criminal for bad faith entering into the lease knowing he would not be paying?
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