Look at the ticket or Notice to Appear. File a written plea of not guilty in the case and you will get a court date. Next, file a motion for a plea in absentia and to appear pro se (without an attorney). You can go online and find a pleading to enter but only after the judge approves your motion...Read more »
Hey! Im an European citizen, my fiancé is a marine and I’m 6 months pregnant. I got tickets to the USA in July to get married and start our family together and apply for green card and use parole in place to stay there.
I’ve committed a crime ( shoplifting) and I will have to pay a... Read more »
Shoplifting is often termed as a petty offense. The fact that you committed a petty crime does not bar you from obtaining a green card; you may still be admissible to the United States. The decisive factor is whether you have committed shoplifting on more than one occasion, and whether you entered...Read more »
My mother changed careers when I was a pre-teen, and she was a fairly inexperienced counselor. I came to her with normal teen problems, i.e. concerns about not fitting in in high school and she offered to do counseling with me in our house. I didn't know better so I accepted. In hindsight, this... Read more »
You not only want to blame talks you had with your mommy as a pre-teen for the problems you have as a 30 year old adult but want to sue her for it as well? There is no circumstance I can think of where legal action for something like that should have even crossed your mind let alone be something...Read more »
We have the investigation report showing he completed the crime and him admitting it. But he has people to do things for him (his words) and it is a serious crime. A judicial official in Durham NC helped him and I believe that’s why nothing is being done. He has stalked her, chased her all... Read more »
Your story just doesn't add up. If he has stalked her - just go to your local magistrate and swear out a warrant. If you can't get a warrant, odds are it didn't amount to stalking rather than mysterious 'official forces' are conspiring against you. Also, describe events clearly and accurately -...Read more »
There is a very common belief that there is a difference between an "authorized user" of a personal bank account and a "co-owner" of a personal bank account. While there are several different kinds of bank accounts, access to each type of bank account is either defined in the contract sometimes...Read more »
I was behind 3 cars the entire way and car displayed 87 not 97 . i also have improper equipment due to my check engine light displaying my car has multiple issues with lost body control malfunction . left speed sensor malfunction and lost communication with panel cluster. Dealing with speed... Read more »
Probably not an actual crime. However, protections need to be put in place. Is there a durable power of attorney? An agent under a durable power of attorney would be able to offer some protection in this type of situation. This needs to be done before the dementia progresses.
Good afternoon. My spouse was arrested and during his first appearance the judge stated he had several FTA's and would not reduce his bond. He attempted to explain that they were looking at the wrong inmate information because he doesn't have any FTA's, but the judge stated he didn't want to hear... Read more »
The taking of property valued at less than $1,000, or receiving property valued at less than $1,000 is a class 1 misdemeanor in North Carolina. A class 1 misdemeanor carries a maximum punishment of 120 days in jail if you have five or more prior convictions (other than infractions). With no prior...Read more »
My hubby saw "CAP" arrested@ scene but wasn't asked if he wanted to press charges & he wasn't notified of her court date. Her ins Co conceded the max of 30k BUT wants us to sign a "Release of ALL Claims NOT TO ENFORCE JUDGMENT" against the driver "CAP" & the man holding the policy, "CB". I found... Read more »
What can you do? Really? You need an attorney and you likely have the type of case that personal injury attorney's would likely take on a contingent basis. So go shop around and hire an attorney before this gets mucked up any more than it may already be.
Actually both charges are misdemeanors. If convicted as charged, your license will be suspended if you are licensed in NC and if not, your privilege to drive in NC will be suspended and likely your home state DMV notified and they will likely suspend you, your insurance will likely go up -...Read more »
That's serious stuff. More information would be helpful, especially regarding the type of felony charges in North Carolina. . .and whether the charges are in North Carolina. The inquiry is from Georgia.
Here are two quick points:
1. The allegations of new NC criminal charges...Read more »
I do not practice in North Carolina. But from the standpoint of general law, I’ll try to answer the three questions you pose here. It’s important for criminal justice professionals to understand the law because they have to enforce it based on situations they encounter with the public. It’s...Read more »
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