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I recently got a warrant for failure to appear and its remained without bond. My court appointed attorney assigned me a new court date & told me to go in with them to see if the judge can uplift my warrant.. is there a possibility that the judge will uplift the warrant or will I be sent... Read more »
This is a question other lawyers would probably do well not to answer. This is the kind of question to ask your attorney. He will likely be able to give you the most knowledgeable answer, even if it is that he doesn't know. No lawyer can predict what a judge will or won't do in any given...Read more »
In most cases it doesn't matter if your name is misspelled. So long as it's clear that it is you that the incorrect name refers to, there's no real reason to worry about it. Now if it is misspelled in the charging instrument (e.g. in the indictment if it's a felony or in the...Read more »
My truck was impounded. then I was told they seized and plan to dispose of it and all contents - said they were contriband. Is that legal to take my only means of transportation. I have an SR22 & Im in process of obtaining my occupational license
This is technically not a criminal law question because it is filed in civil court. There is a ton of information available online so do an internet search for "Texas civil asset forfeiture" to get the scoop.
The passenger admitted they were his and that she had no knowledge of them being in his possession she thinks they will drop the charges on her I disagree and think she needs an attorney it's a 2nd degree felony
She is facing 2 to 20 years confinement and, even if granted probation she will be facing a lifetime as a convicted felon. In my opinion, this is not something to take chances with and it frankly seems like the same type of risky decision as hanging out with drug traffickers. You might want to...Read more »
If his schizophrenia is so bad that he is detached from reality then talk to an attorney who focuses on criminal appeals about the possibility that he didn't understand the plea. That said, it is possible that, even if released from prison, he may minstead be facing an involuntary commitment...Read more »
One of the conditions of parole is to stop committing new crimes. A person in this situation can be returned to prison to complete the sentence on the old crime and ALSO be given a new sentence for the new crime. The person needs a parole attorney for dealing with any attempt to revoke parole and...Read more »
I don't know the specifics of the cases what I do know is that IN 2019 my boyfriend was charged with a thc vs in Freestone County He was given the option 8 years probation or 10 years, He failed a UA in 2020 for weed and was arrested for a revocation, HIs lawyer bonded him out and came back... Read more »
Criminal defense attorneys are not technically required to talk to anyone but the defendant. Cheap or court-appointed attorneys are often too busy to talk to the defendant's loved ones. You could hire a better attorney to replace the existing attorney and perhaps get better customer service...Read more »
The result of a criminal case will depend on the quality of the prosecutor's evidence, the skill and diligence of the defense attorney, and some degree of luck. You can't control the evidence or the luck, but you can hire a better defense attorney. On average, expensive attorneys get...Read more »
I have a friend who was a caregiver for an elderly couple and she was also dating their grandson and they lived with the couple. The lady died and the man knowing his time was soon as well decided to leave everything to my friend. He had papers drawn up stating that he and my friend were comnen law... Read more »
The account here is a little hard to follow. It is highly unlikely the social security administration would recognize this arrangement as a common law marriage entitling your friend to social security benefits. A common law marriage under Texas law is not created just because someone declares it...Read more »
You can be arrested and prosecuted for anything. However, you can only be convicted if you enter a plea of guilty or no contest, or if the prosecutor can prove every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt at trial. Ten grams is 10,000 milligrams. A typical pill of pseudoephedrine...Read more »
I do not know how things are done in College Station. However, I do know that an order is a legal document that describes what is to be (or has been) done and on what authority. I also know that a Commitment is an order that checks someone into jail, and it is often a boilerplate form. So, given...Read more »
Sons gf lives with uncle and grandma her mom lives in Mexico she had a argument they told her to leave her mom talks to me ask me to give her a place to stay three days later she went home again with uncle and grandma following day she asked me to pick her up and drop off at a store for someone... Read more »
The answer is "yes", you can be charged if the police have reason to believe you are not telling the truth about how much you knew. Quit talking to the police and get a lawyer. If the police believed you, they wouldn't be threatening to try to convince the D.A. to prosecute you....Read more »
I am a law student and have an email address with the term "law" in it. I am not a lawyer, however, and have never stated that I am. Is it legal for me to continue to use this email address without being a lawyer? Don't I have speech protections so long as I am not actively trying to... Read more »
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