The plaintiffs documents are false and I do not really want to use them but I don’t want add those to my answer. I haven’t referred to them at all in my answer but I want to add an original will, do I add it to my own as exhibit a or do I add it onto the plaintiffs as exhibit E?
I had sentencing on april 21st of 2020 in fulton county ohio common pleas court however I missed it but turned myself in as soon as the order was lifted and was sentenced may 8th but then was indicted on may 22nd for failure to appear
Every crime carries a range of potential punishments. The sentence imposed will be up to a judge based on the crime(s) of conviction, the facts and circumstances, and the history of the defendant. Agg. Menacing is a first degree misdemeanor carrying up to 180 days in jail. You should work with an...Read more »
Each court's ILC program is a bit different. But generally, it involves filing a motion requesting ILC, going to a meeting with the probation department to determine eligibility, entering a guilty plea (though the court will hold that in abeyance, meaning you will not convicted at the time you...Read more »
My ex girlfriend was supposed to drop my son off. She called when she parked on my street and I told her I'd be out to get him. She came inside while I got pants and shoes. My son was asleep. I tried to put him in bed, but he woke up. I got him food and let him eat in my room. While I did... Read more »
This happened over 2yrs ago and the title office and everyone else has given us the runaround. The property has since taken on extensive damage due to vandalism ect.. What should be our next steps. Would the county be at least partially responsible for damages? The criminals were ordered almost... Read more »
In April I was charged with violating a CPO after having to vacate my house.( wife and I are divorcing). I went to court date in May and the case was continued due to Covid19. The new court date was sent to my house which I dont have access to and I failed to appear at the arraignment. I looked for... Read more »
There’s no guarantee. You’ll just have to ask your lawyer and request the court drop the monitoring requirement and tell the judge why that would be a good idea. Some judges are flexible, others are not.
My girlfriend was on probation and was supposed to be done on April 15th but with the corona situation it kept getting pushed then on June 22nd she was arrested for a violation for having a felon help us with putting up a pool. The judge then sentenced her to 2 years. Her court appointed attorney... Read more »
You should look to get your record sealed. Technically expunging a record does not exist in Ohio, but you could likely seal it. The problem you have is the crime is inherently violent, and you likely will not qualify for a firearms purchase until the record is sealed. You can speak with an...Read more »
(I’m pregnant, no harm done to child) they set his bond at 50k, we Went To preliminary hearing and they did no reduction of bond... His lawyer also had him sign a paper saying i couldn’t be brought to stand..? they haven’t set another court date yet and it’s been a other week? He’s been... Read more »
Many states will share information like this. So, I hate to say it, but it depends. The real question is will the state where the warrant was issued want to pay to extradite? That will depend on the alleged crime committed.
As a matter of Ohio law, this is not illegal. Ohio is a one-party state for recordings, which means only one person has to be aware that the interaction is being recorded and consent to it to have the recording be legal. Her recording you at work may violate a corporate policy resulting in...Read more »
It depends upon the amount of money involved. Forgery under $7500 is a fifth degree felony. The effect of adding the attempt statute is to lower the offense by one level, which would make it a first degree misdemeanor. But if there value was over $7500, it would be a fourth degree felony and so, an...Read more »
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