Greetings. You appear to want to know if you can forward your dispute to the police, district attorney, or some other law enforcement agency. Any citizen may forward their conflicts to a law enforcement agency; however, such agencies often will not involve themselves in matters they deem personal...Read more »
The police would need more information than a simple statement from a third party claiming she knows her boyfriend sells drugs to another individual. Most importantly, since it would only be the possession, they would need to prove he possessed an illegal substance.
Perhaps you do not have the tools, scientific training, and investigative skills to prove who targeted you but an expert surely knows how to identify your tormentor and expose the demented scheme to the satisfaction of a court and Law Enforcement.
When I own a business (e.g. bakery, coffeeshop etc.) am I LEGALLY allowed to deny service to people of a specific ethnicity (e.g. african-american), sexuality, gender etc. and/or deny them employment? I mean after all it is MY business and I can decide, whom I offer my service or who can enter my... Read more »
Regrettably, yes. Based on your question, your son is charged separately in two jurisdictions—the Bronx and Brooklyn. The matters are therefore based on separate alleged conduct, and gun counts are charged in each case. If your son is convicted in each jurisdiction, then he will be sentenced...Read more »
His charges are burglary3 robbery 3 and petit larceny for stealing at rite aid he said. His bond is 25k cash 5k bail is that excessive for “shoplifting” and also under the burglary it states see gri under his bail/bond amount what would that mean. Also what if the officers wrote up his... Read more »
If convicted of a crime where incarceration is a proper penalty and you are sentenced to a period of incarceration, yes, you will go to jail. But long before that awful fate falls upon you there is a long legal process, and your rights to a trial and to confronting witnesses and of course to a free...Read more »
My husband died my son in-law was nice enough to come and load my belongings from camp with the intent that he would deliver them to my brother. I asked to come get them as was told I could not come on his property. I have proof of what was taken as my sister helped load the items. Is this a form... Read more »
They didn’t say the amount but I’m guessing it’s around $80-100. I have never been to court so I don’t know what to expect. My first court appearance is on December 21st. Should I plead guilty or not guilty?
You need to retain counsel ASAP. You may be eligible for a youthful offender status determination if you have no prior record. Do not enter any plea before consulting with experienced criminal defense counsel.
No you should not. You should plead not guilty and get a criminal lawyer. It is a crime In most first offense shoplifting cases an experienced criminal defense lawyer can obtain a non criminal resolution. Contact a lawyer now he can be at arraignment and walk you through the process. I have...Read more »
New York State does not have the death penalty, so your character would not be getting the needle here. There is still a federal death penalty, and the majority of "death row" prisoners in the federal system are held in USP Terre Haute, Indiana.
I'm going to assume that this inquiry relates to a New York State criminal matter as opposed to a Federal matter. As to whether you are under investigation, you probably will not find out the answer to that question. After all, if you're being investigated, the investigation is likely...Read more »
The situation involves illegal sedation of a disabled person in a group home with evidence, and neglect/abuse with evidence. The group home agency has failed to correct the situation or address the situation appropriately on so many levels it's mind-blowing. We also want to sue for... Read more »
I'm sorry for your family's ordeal. Although this site doesn't operate like a lawyer referral service, the closest feature here is the Find-a-Lawyer tab above. You could use it to supplement searches you've already conducted. There's also a Lawyer Referral resource with the...Read more »
Can I sue someone for IIED if the person I was having a conversation with recorded the conversation (a conversation in which I was saying bad things) and this person sent the tape of the conversation to my boss, which then led to me being fired?
The actions of person who recorded your statement, although perhaps unethical, does not rise to the level required to bring an action for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Conduct that could support such a lawsuit must be so extreme and outrageous as to go beyond all possible bounds of...Read more »
In receipt of psilocybin, microdose, from Canada to New York. The package was confiscated at US Customs but repackaged and delivered to the residence. Then a few days later a notice was received saying, ..."You will be receiving correspondence from our fines, penalties, and forfeitures branch... Read more »
Once the State had brought charges, the prosecution of the case is in their hands despite you asking to drop it. However, if you contact the ADA handling your matter or the court’s victim advocate, you can request the charges be dropped or reduced to a violation without an OOP as a condition....Read more »
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