There are a couple of situations where a person can be charged with a theft from 9 years ago:
(A) theft of any estate, real, personal or mixed, by an executor, administrator, guardian or trustee, with intent to defraud any creditor, heir, legatee, ward, distributee, beneficiary or settlor...Read more »
Consult your attorney before attempting this route because sometimes they will try go the immunity route or other unexpected maneuver that can ruin your plan. It will be infinitely better for you if your attorney is there in person. She might even be able to prevent you taking the stand at all.
I told the sgt that I didn’t want to press charges and he said he had to make a report or he could get in trouble and that the state could press charges if they saw fit but that isn’t what I would like it wasn’t on purpose
Im currently under investigation by the OIG for HHSC for medicaid and food stamp fraud. I haven't been charged yet. But they are wanting me to submit copies of the kids dads tax returns for the past 8 years. He is currently under an IRS audit after the tax preparer made a mistake on his income. He... Read more »
Remember, if the fish kept it's mouth shut it would not have got caught.
Because OIG is attempting to prosecute you, hire a lawyer to represent you. I would not trust them because if they just need to confirm his address they d/n need 8 years. Also going back that far in time could subject...Read more »
I am assuming they did not just sell the title but the car also. If the person was not otherwise entitled as an owner to the car they had no right to sell it. The level of the theft charge (or conversion) would depend on the value of the car and how the theft occurred. Other factors that determine...Read more »
My 17 year old niece is slandering me around the whole family. She has fabricated a false story that I am involved in an affair with my brother inlaw. This is not true. I currently Iive on my mother's home & so does my niece. Due to the false statements of my niece, I have been called names from... Read more »
You may consult with an attorney to discuss. Citizens have the right to report suspected criminal behavior to law enforcement and allow law enforcement to investigate. I am unaware of any law that would require you to report that individual at this time, so such a decision of whether and how to...Read more »
An attorney can charge whatever her or she believes is appropriate, so you will have to call around for retainer prices. The conditions of jail depends on if a conviction would be a felony or not. Good luck.
I was told to sign a bond with, conditions attached, and the cops lied to me about what it contained. I told them I could not read anything without my glasses and they would not read it to me. They just told me to sign it if I wanted out. This sheriff's dept. has a very bad, documented, reputation.... Read more »
It happened in Abilene tx but when i got picked up i went to jones county jail Anson,tx which is the town next to Abilene. I am looking for a lawyer who has worked these cases or know anything about. Also I was wondering can I get a lawyer from Tarrant county who works counties outside of the Dfw... Read more »
Much more likely than if you went it on your own. For example, even though I am a lawyer, whenever I have needed legal help, having someone else represent me always made things go smoother. So, the issue is not so much will having a good lawyer guarantee a successful outcome, it is when you're...Read more »
Yes and no. It depends on the amount of THC in the oil.
As finally passed, HB 1325 distinguishes between (now legal) hemp and (still illegal) marijuana. Both terms reference the same plant—Cannabis sativa L.—with the sole difference being THC content. Specifically, “hemp” is defined...Read more »
You could report it to law enforcement, but they will decide whether or not to pursue the matter. However, you should be aware that you lose control of what happens when the state gets involved. Only the prosecutor can decide what punishment to seek and whether or not to drop charges. I guess I...Read more »
If the child (17) does not want those charges to be placed, does the parent have to have their child (17) agree to placing the charges? Or can the parent just place them regardless if their child (17) wants them or not?
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